Allergies & Food Intolerances

Dr. Gunter has an interest in both allergies and food intolerances. Many health problems go unrecognized and incorrectly diagnosed when frequently the underlying cause is an adverse food reaction (allergies or intolerances).


Allergy testing is done by sending your blood to the Laboratory to test for reactions to airborne allergens and/or food allergies.

Allergies are characterized by an immediate onset of symptoms including itchy palate and skin, swelling of lips, mouth, and throat, Urticaria (swelling of the skin), and certain cases of Asthma.

Food Intolerance tests

Tests are imported from Germany and take 60 minutes to complete.

Food intolerances are typically characterized by the following symptoms: chronic postnasal drip & cough, sinusitis, eczema, joint pain, bloating & IBS, brain fog & chronic headaches.

Testing is done on both adults and children (usually from 12 months of age). In children younger than 12 months who are breastfeeding testing is done on the Mother.


Dear Dr. Gunter,

I just wanted to let you know that our daughter’s skin has improved remarkably. In fact, eczema around her eyes started clearing within 2 days of us taking her off gluten, eggs, and fish, and now the eczema is virtually entirely gone.

So I just wanted to let you know and say thanks very much for the help, the improvement in her skin truly has been remarkable! -Kind regards, Stefan Bolling