FAQ

A.R.T. Allergy Relief Technique® has cured hundreds of people of food allergies, enabling them to eat freely and live fully.

A.R.T. is very different from conventional treatment approaches, so it’s natural for people who are considering the program for themselves or their family members to be curious about our process and the commitment it requires. Here are the answers to the questions we’re asked most often.

Can A.R.T. work for people with multiple and complex food allergies?

Since 2005, hundreds of people with mild-to-severe food allergies, including people with multiple, life-threatening allergies, have been cured through the A.R.T. process, and every one of these successful A.R.T. "alumni" still can eat all foods freely. See some of their inspiring stories here.



Can any other conditions benefit from the A.R.T. treatment approach?

Although A.R.T. was developed as a cure for food allergies, it can also resolve other immune conditions and sensitivities, such as:

  • Chronic Lyme disease
  • Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS)
  • Asthma
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Eczema
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Chemical sensitivities
  • Animal allergies
  • Environmental allergies


How is A.R.T. different from Oral Immunotherapy (OIT)?

A.R.T. is extremely successful in treating clients with multiple, anaphylactic allergies. A.R.T. addresses the overreactive immune system, which is the root cause of the allergy. Once the immune system is functioning properly, foods are safely and gradually introduced. Ultimately, A.R.T. allows clients to eat freely, integrating foods into their diets without limitation and without any daily dosing requirements.



What is the most important key to achieving a successful outcome?

A.R.T. has a very high rate of success with clients who are active participants in their own or their family member’s treatment and are fully committed to the process. The possibility of a successful outcome depends on attending weekly, 30-minute appointments with their practitioner and adhering strictly to the A.R.T. process and protocols consistently until the treatment has been completed.



How much does A.R.T. cost?

A.R.T. requires a financial investment that is not covered by medical insurance. The total cost will depend on the complexity of the allergies and the response to the treatment, which will determine the length of time needed to complete the process. If you are ready to commit the time and effort to the A.R.T. process, please contact a practitioner to discuss your allergies and/or other health conditions and acquire information about cost.

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