#224 Reversing Allergies with Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI) with Dr. Nick Baboulas

Gia Navaraez

Dr. Nick Baboulas talks to us this week about LDI, Low Dose Immunotherapy, and how it can help you to reduce symptoms related to immune system malfunction.

What You’ll Learn

Tune into today’s podcast to hear all about:

  • How LDI reduces symptoms of autoimmune disease, allergies, and metal sensitivity
  • Conditions that LDI can address
  • Using LDI to help with metal sensitivity symptoms
  • Why our immune systems are malfunctioning

Transcript

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About Dr. Nick Baboulas

Dr. Nick Baboulas completed his undergraduate degree in Chemistry, specializing in Pharmaceutical and Biological Chemistry.  Before entering into a life of medicine, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry, for a contract research company, doing drug discovery, as a Medicinal Chemist. He then went on to complete his medical training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM), in Toronto, Canada.  Dr. Baboulas is a fully qualified, board certified, licensed Naturopathic Physician practicing in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Baboulas experiences have shaped his philosophy on how to view illness and the patient; therefore, he tries to understand the patients current pathological state from a Bioregulatory/Biological Medicine standpoint.  Dr. Baboulas style is eclectic, where he utilizes whatever modalities best fit his patients condition/current state.  He understands educating his patients and making them feel empowered in making decisions about their health is an important part of their healing journey, especially when dealing with complex chronic illness.  To better serve his patients, especially those with complex chronic illness, Dr. Baboulas understands that education is a continuous process and does his best to keep up with the latest developments in the field.

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