Dr. Russell Jaffe discusses the 3-6 month avoidance treatment period for LRA Testing

The LRA (lymphocyte response assay) delayed allergy or delayed hypersensitivity tests are known for their reliability, reproducibility & accuracy of 97%+. Delayed allergies can contribute to many chronic conditions including: migraines, autoimmune problems, lupus, fibromyalgia, asthma, diabetes, thryroiditis, and rheumatoid arthritis, just to name a few. Identifying common foods and chemicals that are stressing your immune system can be the first step on your path to wellness.

In this week’s ‘Ask Dr. J’, Dr. Jaffe discusses immune system changes over the 3-6 month avoidance treatment period for LRA testing. Also, Dr. Jaffe answers what happens if avoidance and not the full program is followed.


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