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How A.R.T. Works

Identify the toxins and other stressors

The process kicks off with a 90-minute initial visit. After a general health history assessment, we use an FDA-approved, non-invasive radio-frequency machine to identify the toxins and other stressors that are overloading the immune system.


Strengthen the immune system

Throughout the rest of the process, there are weekly follow-up visits where we continue to strengthen and reset the individual’s immune system. Along with strengthening the immune system, we identify other allergens that can trigger the immune system into a heightened state, such as mold, dust and chemicals. We also conduct a non-invasive sensitivity screening of more than 200 foods, which enables us to address any additional underlying sensitivities contributing to the overloaded immune system.  


Alleviate the fear

We also use mind-body techniques and tools to alleviate the fear of another allergic reaction. This is especially important for individuals who previously experienced the trauma of an anaphylactic reaction to food. Just the thought of eating (or even touching) the food can set off a severe anxiety response, which triggers the same mechanism in the brain as an allergy response. If someone is too afraid to eat the food, their brain will be too hypervigilant to call off the allergy response.


Reintroduce the allergen


Once we strengthen the immune system and calm the anxiety response, we can slowly and safely reintroduce foods or resolve other immune conditions and, ultimately, enable the person to eat freely and live fully. 

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