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- By Sarah Curcio
- Published 05/8/2011
Sarah Curcio is a health advocate, blogger and has a background in medical office assisting. She worked at Nutrition Treatment Center, as a Lifestyle Educator. She's also the founder and organizer, since February 2011, of Celiac and Allergy Support (www.meetup.com/allergy), which is a mutual social and self-help support group located in New Jersey.
Whether you have a single food allergy or multiple, you probably have been to allergists, general practitioners, gastrointestinal (GI) physicians and the list of traditional doctors can be endless. Well, if you want to go holistic then, the individuals to see are chiropractors, acupuncturists, herbalists, naturopathic doctors or even a health coach.
Now, a health coach has studied nutrition, diet and usually health science. They can assist you in building your very own personal food pyramid by simply having a one-on-one consultation. With this particular type of knowledge, it can benefit any client who needs assistance with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, one of the top eight food allergens, corn allergy Candida intolerance and much more.
Some individuals feel completely lost when they are very first diagnosed with a food allergy, but there is much more help today then, there was even a decade ago. By looking into health coaching, changing your lifestyle and educating yourself with some of your very own research, you'll find that you’re on the road to recovery.
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