NAET Research & Efficacy - Treating Allergies & Autism Cure

Biomedical Analyses of a Holistic Peanut Allergy Treatment: NAET

The peanut allergy is one of the five most common food allergies. Many individuals seek and find relief from traditional medical immunologists while others turn to alternative treatment methods. It is the purpose of this study to evaluate a relationship between holistic allergy relief treatment and a measurable decrease in allergy specific antibodies and without an elevation in tryptase following oral peanut challenge. With such wide-ranging options for holistic treatment methods, this study focuses on just one, NAET.   Download Full Study

 

NAET Efficacy

To determine the average number of office visits (allergy elimination treatments) using NAET® that were needed to relieve symptoms suffered by patients. The data was gathered and analyzed from office documentation spanning a ten-year period. Data from both male and female subjects of various ages were used. The patients completed symptom survey questionnaires; the most common signs/symptoms recorded in the sample group were used for the purpose of this analysis. The number of patient visits until symptoms resolved were then tracked and documented. Approximately two-thirds of the sample group experienced resolution of symptoms within the first 15 - 25 visits.   Download Full Study

 

Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-related Autism Using Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study

Dr. Robert Prince, former Director of NAET of Carolinas, was one of the 7 co-authors of a research study titled "Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-related Autism Using Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study" which reported that 23 of 30 autistic children who had received 50 NAET treatments for a year were able to join their non-autistic peers in regular school classes. All of the 30 control children who had received no NAET treatments continued to require special education.   Download Full Study