Eat right to heal your autoimmune disorder.

Updated: Mar 5




Case Studies: Sinus, eczema, allergy, weight management. 44 yr old. Female "When she came to me, she had sinus, constant backdrip (which caused throat to be dry at night), and itchy fingers due to allergy.


MSG could trigger instant numbness in her fingers.

She had cold hands and feet. If she never cover her feet with blanket when it was cold, she would have cramps. She always craved for wanton noodles, 拉面, carrot cake. She said she could not give up on rice that was why she couldn't lose weight. She was allergic to seafood and lobsters, crabs led to allergy. I explained that rice, seafood and lobsters were not the problem. The issues started with her refined carbohydrates like carrot cakes etc and toxins from chemicals found in food. Obviously she is an autoimmune disorder case. MSG, flavourings, preservatives all could trigger eczema and inflammation, which affected her digestive system, hence bloatedness and weight gain. She went on a 21-day detox program. After 2 weeks, she no longer reacted to seafood and she was surprised she could eat them 2 days in a row without any allergic reaction or eczema. No more bloating, numbness, sinus, backdrip etc. She still stayed away from chicken because chicken still triggered eczema. I explained that she is blood type B. She should eat minimum chicken no matter if it is hormone-free or antibiotics - free. Chicken contains a Blood Type B agglutinating lectin in its muscle tissue. Although chicken is a lean meat, the issue is the power of an agglutinating lectin attacking your bloodstream and the potential for it to lead to strokes and immune disorders. She was also surprised that after the 21 days, I asked her to go back on rice and when she did, she did not gain back the weight and fat that she lost during the detox program. Now after 3 months, she is still eating much rice and her Visceral Fat remains at 3 (when she came she was at 4). Today she believes that rice is not the problem anymore."

- Jacelyn Tay 27/08/19


Follow Body Inc.'s social media pages for more health tips!

Instagram @bodyinc

Facebook @BodyIncSG

Follow us

Facebook: BodyIncSG
Instagram: bodyinc

Newsletter

Keep up to date with Body Inc.'s latest promotions!
We are committed and have a policy to maintain the confidentiality and security of your data.
Your particulars are collected solely for the purposes of completing your request.

© 2018 - Body Inc. All Rights Reserved.

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon