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Anyone seen this? Are my instincts correct?

(5 Posts)
casabevron Thu 04-Oct-12 12:07:20


My first thoughts on this are just that it has to be total bollocks, and a way to part worried parents from their hard-earned cash hmm

My ds has allergies rather than intolerances, so I am not in any way an expert on the diagnosis and management of food intolerances, but from what I have read on here the claims being made by this company seem somewhat far-fetched (to put it mildly). My instinct is to contact MNHQ and protest at their acceptance of an ad from this company, but I wanted to make sure I was not in the wrong before doing so! It makes me so cross when I see people who claim to be able to diagnose and cure allergies/intolerances - don't they think that if this was possible, the medical profession at large would be doing it already?? angry

BigFatLegsInWoolyTIghts Thu 04-Oct-12 14:35:39

I don't want to click a potentially dodgy link...could you explain what it is please?

casabevron Thu 04-Oct-12 14:42:10

sorry, mn small ad for a co. that claims to be able to diagnose food intolerance to up to 120 different foods from a blood test hmm

BigFatLegsInWoolyTIghts Thu 04-Oct-12 14:46:47

It's been deleted now.

ClaireOB Thu 04-Oct-12 19:27:41

This would support your instincts, casabevron

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