Do food tests make a positive impact?

By: Dr. Elisabeth Bastos ND, Oct 05, 2016
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Bastos Natural Family Center, Healthy living

Do having a food test help?

OUR FOOD TEST MAKES A POSITIVE IMPACT MOST OF THE TIME...

PEER REVIEWED RESEARCH PROVING THE
value, accuracy and long term information provided
IN YOUR FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST with Dr. Bastos ND......

(look out this year for updated research with higher subject numbers)

The research:

Bastos, E.(2016) Patient Centered MyMop Evaluation: Clinical Significance of the Carroll Food Intolerance Method in 23 Subjects.

Backround:

Patient centered positive outcome reporting is an important way to evaluate if a method of treatment in medicine is valuable in real life conditions. The Carroll Food Intolerance Method originated in the 1920’s by Dr. Otitis Carroll and is a method of determining what foods create metabolic distress and therefore digestive and immune distress which translates into many possible negative health outcomes and a determination of what Schusseler tissue salt supplementation may be needed. The Carroll Method coaching that patient’s received in this research is based on the teaching of Dr. Otitis Carroll and in modern day of Dr. Letitia Dick ND and Dr. Jared Zeff ND.

CONTACT ME FOR THE METHOD SECTION OF THIS RESEARCH

519.767.9224
E: myhealth@elisabethbastos.com

Conclusions:

This mymop2 research shows that in the subjective eyes of the public that engage in the use of the Carroll Food Intolerance Method for their health concerns, 94.25% of them find the tool to be a positive impact in their health in a clinically significant way.

Due to the fact that clinically significant data collected ranged up to 10 years post the first Carroll Method results were reported to the patient, we can begin to assume that the food intolerance information reported in the Carroll Method are long term and therefore create long term clinically significant change for a large percent of those that implement the changes 100% with a qualified Carroll Method Certified Naturopath, versus a food allergy test that is short term information.

Based on the symptom types that had clinically significant positive change in this research, it suggests how Food Changes made based on the Carroll Method assessment can impact not only digestive health but also weight control, energy, rashes and pain to name a few. This makes the use of the Carroll Method an important consideration for more then just digestive health.

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Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist Elisabeth Bastos is founder of the Natural Care Family Clinic that has now expanded to the Bastos Natural Family Center in Southwestern ON since 2005. She has proven processes for restoring mental and physical balance, using simple systems for root cause healing. She is a wife, mother of 2 small children and author of 2 books, the Energy Guide and her Intolerance Free Simplified Recipe book that now empower families internationally. She has contributed to Chatelaine, appeared on experts live and is a professional speaker empowering individuals, families and other Naturopathic Doctors. To learn more about her foundations of transformation visit

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This information is the opinion of Elisabeth Bastos and does not constitute medical advise and is not a replacement for regular visits to your medical doctor. Please consult with your medical doctor before making any changes as a result of information/articles by Dr. Bastos ND