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Eat Well to Live Well

Eat Well to Live Well

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September 22nd 2014:Food Allergies and Inflammation

Many people easily recognize when they have a food allergies and especially if it causes inflammation. Others may have allergies without seeing any traditional, noticeable signs and symptoms. Dr. Stefan Hagopian joins Kellie to discuss the issue. Dr. Hagopian explains why an overexposure to allergens and the body’s inability to recognize many of our current foods is causing an increase in food allergies. Learn about how to decrease an allergic reaction and the problems associated with inflammation when people decide not to concern themselves with minor food allergies.

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Dr. Stefan Hagopian

Dr. Stefan Hagopian has for the past 25 years maintained a consulting practice in Nutrition and Osteopathic Medicine in Southern California, while also lecturing regularly at Medical Schools and in Continuing Medical Education courses throughout the United States and Europe. He attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Maine and completed post-graduate hospital training in New England as well. Since moving to California 25 years ago his practice has focused on traditional osteopathic manipulative medicine and nutrition. Dr. Hagopian holds many lecturing and clinical faculty appointments at Osteopathic Medical Schools, and is a Fellow in the American Acade
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