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Before I saw Roberta, I broke out in skin rashes, acne and excema after eating the most benign types of foods. The allergies were often impacting my social life because I always had to bring my own food whenever I went out with friends & family. Roberta systematically targeted the allergies eliminating them with respect… Read more »

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My son suffered from allergies. Under Roberta Mittman’s care he no longer experiences the runny nose and congestion he previously had. The dark circles under the eyes also disappeared. She is a warm, caring person which reflects her work.

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Dearest Roberta, You have been such a lifesaver not only to our daughter Kate who has been plagued with food & animal allergies since she was 10 months old (probably longer, due to starting her life with 6 solid months of colic!). Your miraculous treatments not only have given Kate physical relief of symptoms such… Read more »

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Reuters Health May 23 2002 A substantial number of patients with chronic stable asthma have Mycoplasma species, Chlamydia species, or both in their airways, researchers have found. Dr. Richard J. Martin, of the National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, and colleagues note that chronic infection may play a role in the pathophysiology of… Read more »

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Roberta is the best. She’s a terrific person, someone you really want to have as a practitioner. The main thing to keep in mind is that, as with everything, you must stick with it. I did feel an alleviation of symptoms on my first visit, but those symptoms returned after a few days. However, just… Read more »

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Reuters May 2002 An increased frequency of chronic infection with Chlamydia pneumoniae is seen in patients with asthma, researchers report in the April issue of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Michael Roth, who is currently at the University of Sydney in Campersdown, New South Wales, Australia, and colleagues in Europe… Read more »

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Reuters May 2002 Infections early in life with viruses that cross-react with central nervous system epitopes seem to prime individuals for development of multiple sclerosis, Dr. Robert Fujinami reported here at the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. Dr. Fujinami, of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, told Reuters Health, “We… Read more »

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Dear Roberta, Although I have only been receiving NAET treatments for a few months, I have felt steady yet dramatic improvement in my overall health. In addition to being able to eat a wider array of foods, the back pain that I suffered due to environmental sensitivities has been eliminated. My complexion has taken on… Read more »

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From Glamour Magazine March 2002 You’ve known that smoking is unhealthy since they passed around that icky black preserved lung in health class. But how much have you learned since? A recent survey of 1,000 U.S. smokers by the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, uncovered these myths: MYTH #1: Really, I won’t… Read more »

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New York Resident August 2001 Learn to look for clues of food allergens where you might not expect them, counsels a New York University Medical Center specialist. A recent FDA report notes that many allergens cross over into supposedly allergen-free foods — often in the manufacturing or handling process — meaning that people with allergies… Read more »