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    Rita Bray
    Rita Bray
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    I am a long term survivor of HIV, 17 years.   I have been on diability for 15 years.   My viral load is non detectable and CD 4 around 500 with Meds.  I have not had an OI since 1997.  My biggest whine is that I have fatigue that stops me in  my tracks.  And eczema on my hands that calms down then flares up.  It has not gone away since appearing years ago.  I also have wasting.   I mention these things everytime I visit the  HIV clinic, which happens to be a very large HIV research center at the University of Alabama, Birmingham and they have no answers for me.  I work with a nutritionist/herbalist and she suggested I eliminate gluten. 

     

    How would you suggest I approach this  without doing the “Elimination Diet” approach?  I have watched all of the videos and I may have  food allergies too. 

     

    I just want to feel good.

     

    Thank you

     

    Rita

    #9184
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    Rita,

    If you want to confirm gluten sensitivity, get genetically tested.  Additionally, you should rule out other food allergies using the Elisa Act test.  Nutritional deficiencies should also be ruled out as HIV is intrinsically linked to nutritional status.  All of this is done very simply in a clinical setting.  Unfortunately most doctors ignore these important fundamental principles.  I would be happy to speak with you in detail about this.  Just call my office – 281-240-2229.

    Wishing you great health,

    Dr. OsborneSmile

    #9190
    Rita Bray
    Rita Bray
    Participant

    Thanks for your support.  I will order the genetic testing kit from your website but I would like to know where to get the Elisa Act test.  Once I have completed those things, I will contact you.

     

    Rita

    #9197
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    Elisa Act testing can be done through my office.  Call and talk to Debbie.  281-240-2229.

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