HELLO ALL, just arrived on the forum.

I'm Suzie, from Ambassadors For Health in the UK. I am specialist in optimum health and weight loss with an emphasis on chronic systemic conditions which totally debilitate people, often prevent them from working and very sadly they seem to slip under the radar of clinicians because they fall outside of the usual paradigms, ie what appear to be sometimes hundreds of unrelated symptoms. They are sometimes obese or painfully thin and feel they have absolutely no control over it. They appear to be eating an absolutely perfect diet, but are obese. It defies conventional logic.
These are the people I help.

I would like to begin a discussion on a subject that I am seeing more and more in my clients. Having been through this nightmare myself and through specialising in the subject for the past 15 years, I am very interested to see how widespread this is. Also, its good for people to know there is light at the end of the rather arduous, lonely, tunnel!

If anyone out there has experienced massive allergic reactions to foods or extreme food sensitivities that limit their diet down to as little as 5 or even less items of nutrition, I would love to hear from you. This is an extremely difficult area to negotiate and many are at their wits end when they reach it and find virtually no one to help them through it.

There are usually up to a hundred or more weird and seemingly unrelated symptoms which defy modern science. Tests frequently, if not always come back negative, inflammation markers may be there but cannot be pinned down to a source. Clients are then assumed to be imagining it, but are actually very ill with CFS, fYbromialgia, sore throats, wheeziness, sinus congestion, joint pain, frequent UTI's, frequent URI's, skin problems including rosacea, osteomyelitis, weak nails and falling hair, mood swings, depression, anxiety and panic attacks that are at unbearable levels but seem to have no identifiable source, sleeping issues....the list is inexhaustable.

So, if you are either suffering at this level, or know someone who is, I would love to talk to you.


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    I totally understand the difficulties and the lack of resources and support available in this field, and I'm glad you are bringing attention to it.

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    edited January 2023

    I appreciate your post, Suzie, and your dedication to helping people with chronic systemic conditions that often fall outside of the usual paradigms. It's a challenging and isolating experience for those who suffer from extreme food sensitivities and allergies. I just wanna add that medical cannabis can help with a variety of symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, and anxiety. The only pity is the UK lacks reliable places to get it, like this Edmonton Alberta Dispensary that we're lucky to have here in Canada.

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    Hello there. I've seen 3 doctors and read about 15 threads and have not found anything that could help me reduce my anxiety. Maybe you can help me? Since I got my new job, I've been feeling very anxious. I love this job, and it pays off well, but I'm always stressed about deadlines. What could I do to reduce this stupid feeling?

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    edited February 2023

    Hey there! Sorry to hear that you're struggling with anxiety. I know how tough that can be, especially when it's interfering with your job. Have you tried breathing exercises or meditation? Those can be really helpful. Also, make sure you're taking breaks throughout the day to stretch and move around a bit. And if you're feeling overwhelmed, don't hesitate to talk to your boss or coworkers about your workload. Have you tried any natural remedies? I highly recommend checking out Oahu Kava Bar. Their drinks are super relaxing and could help take the edge off your anxiety. Remember, you're not alone in this! There are lots of resources out there to help you manage your anxiety. Check out Oahu Kava Bar if you get a chance, and hang in there!

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