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Read more about Amy’s journey and how she has cured over 500 kids with food allergies in Forbes.

“I’ve learned how to be a leader, how to listen to the needs of not only our clients but also the practitioners,” said Amy Thieringer, Founder and CEO of A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique. 

A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique Expands to New York City to Increase Client Access to Groundbreaking Food Allergy Treatment

Brooklyn location will bring innovative, holistic food allergy treatment to clients in tri-state region.

NBC Boston segment on Overcoming Peanut Allergies

Every Halloween, treats are tricky for children with nut allergies. A local treatment center says it can help.

Health Coach Can Cure Deadly Food Allergies

Families Say Lexington Nutrition Health Coach Can Cure Deadly Food Allergies

Learn more about the Zue family’s story on CBS TV

Many families live in fear because of their children’s severe allergies. That was the experience of the Zue family until they discovered A.R.T. Now, the Zue kids can eat foods that used to cause reactions and can even play with their puppy safely!

Dr. OZ show speaking about the A.R.T. process

Check out chef celebrity Ming Tsai on the Dr. OZ show speaking about the A.R.T. process eliminating food allergies for children

SiriusXM Just Jenny Show


New England Living Winter 2020

Winter 2020 issue of New England Living Magazine


ShiftCon – Eco Wellness Influencer Conference

Exciting news! Along with Lori Alper at Groovy Green Living, Amy was a speaker at ShiftCon, an eco-wellness influencer conference

In the Press

A small, 2019 retrospective study with Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston University compared the results of A.R.T. to those of standard allergy management for children and adolescents with peanut and cow’s milk allergies. The study found that the individuals who had received A.R.T. treatment showed less severe allergic responses after skin prick testing, were ingesting more of the food allergen in their diets, and reported a lower impact of their food allergies on Quality of Life measures, compared to those who received standard management for allergies.