Since Novak Djokovic’s nutritionist discovered last year that he was allergic to gluten, the tennis star has switched to a gluten-free diet and is staying away from most processed carbohydrates. Djokovic made the change last year. Since then he’s won Wimbledon, the Davis Cup, and the Australian Open as well as made the finals of the U.S. Open. He has gone on to defeat Rafael Nadal five times and become the new No. 1 in the World Rankings.
Those with an allergy to gluten often have trouble digesting the protein, which can lead to various medical issues.
When he received the positive blood allergy test, Djokovic played it safe and cut out the starches altogether. Is Djokovic better because the gluten allergy was affecting him physically or is he better because he improved his diet in general? Well, research has shown that by avoiding food sensitivities or intolerances it can lead to a significant improvement in your overall health.
The ALCAT blood allergy test simply tests your blood system with a variety of foods including meats, fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, seeds, oils, seafood, molds, food additives and food colorings. The test results come back with a personalized report showing you what foods you have a reaction, sensitivity, or allergy. You simply avoid these foods and your health improves.
“If you are able to find the cause of your disorder, it becomes the cure,” David Levitsky told the newspaper, “We see this in many different studies. Once you find out what is making you sick, you change your behavior in the direction of being cured.”
Food allergies and sensitivities have been linked to many inflammatory disorders and chronic activation of your immune system. These conditions include Joint Pain, Muscle Aches, Migraines, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, IBS, Diarrhea, Constipation, Weight Gain/Obesity, Arthritis Pain, Skin Disorders and many more.
If you suffer from any of these conditions, the ALCAT blood test may be the answer for you. For more information or to schedule your ALCAT Test, call Care Medical Center Today.
For Your Health,
Dr. Ryan Moorman