Surprising Reason Many Women Can’t Lose Weight

By Dr. James D. Krystosik

Most people can eat less, move more, and take off those extra unwanted pounds. However, if you already eat healthy, exercise several times per week, and still can’t take off those unwanted pounds, you could have a hidden health problem that’s sabotaging your efforts. Your doctor could very well misdiagnose the symptoms of this hidden health problem.

Could this be YOU? Are you suffering with bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, and other symptoms like migraines, muscle aches, joint pains, skin rashes, acid reflux, or fatigue that your doctor is treating with medications? You may be suffering with hidden food allergies. This is not the common variety of allergy that causes immediate symptoms from ingesting peanuts or shellfish. Hidden food allergies cause symptoms up to a week after you eat the offending food or foods.

Trouble Making Foods. An old adage says, “One man’s food is another man’s poison.” Any food including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, fowl, or red meats can trigger hidden food allergies to an unsuspecting victim.

Listen to Dr. Krystosik on the Other Side of Medicine radio program every Saturday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 on 1220 am WHKW

How to Get Tested. A simple, very specific blood test can determine the foods that are making you overweight and riddled with illness. I have tested thousands of people with this blood test and have seen many of them lose 20 to 30 lbs. and more simply by cutting out the offending foods for three months. Many of them were unable to lose weight even though they were eating less and exercising regularly.

How it’s Treated:
• Eliminate the offending foods for three months. Rotate the foods on
your eating list.
• Take specific strains of probiotics (healthy bacteria). Research indicates harmful bacteria living in the gut can trigger inflammation and weight gain.
• Take digestive enzymes and a combination of herbs to repair the “leaky gut.” These supplements repair the microscopic tears (leaky gut) in the lining of the gut. Repairing the lining of the gut eliminates the cause of the hidden food allergies.

Call for an appointment to get the food allergy blood test at 440.519.1766.

Dr. Krystosik is a board certified chiropractic family physician with an undergraduate degree in clinical nutrition. He is the author of five books on nutrition and natural medicine, including his best seller “Carbs from Heaven Carbs from Hell.” Dr. Krystosik is a nationally known speaker and the host of the radio program “The Other Side of Medicine.” He has a private practice in Northfield, a southeast suburb of Cleveland.

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