Alleviation of Peanut Allergy Through Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET): A Case Report
This case report illustrates the reduction of immunoglobulin E titers and clinical reactivity of peanut allergy in a patient, using Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET). The patient's initial symptoms and immunoglobulin E result correlated with an oral challenge test that showed signs of anaphylaxis upon ingestion of a fragment of dry-roasted peanut. The symptoms subsided after the patient completed a program of treatments, which lasted approximately 18 months. Moreover, the immunoglobulin E titers decreased in two different types of immunoassays after a total of 18 months: HY*TEC enzyme immunoassay (Hycor Biomedical Inc, Garden Grove, California) and ImmunoCAP system (Phadia, Uppsala, Sweden). A repeat oral challenge test was performed with peanut concentrate solution (1:20 weight/volume extract by Greer Laboratories, Inc, Lenoir, North Carolina), and the patient exhibited no reaction after ingesting up to 1 gram of peanut protein gradually over a 3-hour period. This report could support further investigation into the possibility of successful desensitization toward food allergies using NAET.
Treating Autism with NAET
"Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-related Autism Using Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study"
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Study Abstract — NAET Effective for Autism
Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.1, Devi S. Nambudripad, M.D., Ph.D., D.C., L.Ac.2, Yvonne Tyson, M.D.3, Ming Chen, M.D.4, Robert Prince, M.D.5, Mala M. Moosad, R.N., L.Ac., Ph.D.6, Laurie Teitelbaum M.S.7 This study has been published in Integrative Medicine Vol. 10, No. 5 Oct/Nov 2011 issue.
Title: Effects of NAET® as Relates to Most Common Allergy-related Subjective Pain Syndrome in a Chiropractic-Acupuncture-NAET® Office.
Objective: To determine the average number of office visits (Allergy elimination treatments) using NAET® that were needed to relieve symptoms suffered by patients.
Method: Data gathered and analyzed from office documentation spanning a ten-year period. Data from both male and female subjects of various ages were used. The patients completed symptom survey questionnaires; the most common signs/symptoms recorded in the sample group were used for the purpose of this analysis.
The number of patient visits until symptoms resolved were then tracked and documented.
Results: Approximately two-thirds of the sample group experienced resolution of symptoms within the first 15 - 25 visits. See the accompanying figures in the pdf document, below.