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Hi Dr. Lewis,
I enjoyed watching your video about gluten. Three years ago you tested me with saliva and stool specimens and found me with celiac and allergic to gluten. For years I had trouble with my hearing, often it would come and go. I had been to an ENT and was on medicines I couldn't tolerate. I suffered from tinnitus and sometimes would get vertigo. At the same time I had bad results from my pap smear with my Dr. indicating I had cervical cancer and sending me to a specialist for a biopsy to confirm with plans to do a hysterectomy. I told the Dr. I wanted to try another route first and that is when I came to see you. After your tests and then getting off the gluten, I've lost 20 lbs including fluid. I can hear with no vertigo. And the most amazing thing is, I've been cleared of any cancer with good results on my pap smears. My Dr. couldn't believe it and tested me every three months for the first year. I am so very grateful to God and to you Dr. Lewis for giving me life, healing and energy. I'm able to work full time and am going to grad school and am excited about life. But it gets even better. For years my son suffered from poor digestion and had seen our regular Dr. and a gastrointestinologist with no changes. He had headaches a lot and was constantly sick causing him to miss out on life. He also had severe ADD which was affecting his daily and life functioning. A year after seeing how my life had changed he went to see Dr. Lewis, having his blood tested. She put him on a diet specific to his blood type. He eats very little gluten, no yeast, no dairy, eggs. Immediately he felt like a new person, with rare headaches or sicknesses. He's able to focus, function, live on his own, go to college, and work. He knows the incredible difference diet has made and is motivated himself to eat differently. That in itself speaks volumes when my pizza loving college kid changes his diet so he can live well. Dr. Lewis, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for giving us our life back. We have a our health and have been given a quality of life where we can live well and fully. We are so grateful!! Thank you, Thank you!!

Celeste M


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