A.R.T. IN THE MEDIA
Check out A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique ® and founder Amy Thieringer in the media below!
From a published study with Children's Hospital Boston to the New York Times to the Dr. Oz Show, A.R.T. and founder Amy Thieringer are gaining notoriety across the country and internationally for the great success A.R.T. has provided for so many!
AMY THIERINGER, FOUNDER OF A.R.T.
Amy Thieringer has changed the lives of over 300 children and adults, helping them to get back to a normal life of freely eating foods they were once anaphylactic or allergic to. Amy is the founder of A.R.T. and the reason I practice this work!
PUBLISHED STUDY COMPARING A.R.T. TO STANDARD MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC FOOD ALLERGIES
Children's Hospital Boston, Boston University and Allergy Release Technique® have published a retrospective study to compare Allergy Release Technique® to Standard Management for Pediatric Peanut and Cow’s Milk Allergies.
"A BREAKTHROUGH APPROACH TO TREATING FOOD ALLERGIES"
WellesleyWeston Magazine published an article Allergy Release Technique® chronicling the stories of parents and their children who have gone through the A.R.T. process for anaphylactic food allergies and their successes.
Celebrity Chef Ming Tsai discusses A.R.T. and founder Amy Thieringer with Dr. Oz.
Ming Tsai's son David successfully completed the A.R.T. process and no longer has food allergies that once drastically impacted their family's life.
THE DR. OZ SHOW
The Other Side of Impossible by Susannah Meadows chronicles Meadow's story of her son's poor health and their journey to solve the dead ends they reached through traditional medicine. She writes about her son's tremendous success and experience with A.R.T. Meadows also tells the story of a family who moved across the country to cure their son's food allergies through A.R.T.
THE OTHER SIDE OF IMPOSSIBLE
The Oprah Magazine interviewed Susannah Meadows regarding her journey with alternative health treatments for her son. Meadows highlights founder Amy Thieringer in this article as well as the A.R.T. process re-introducing foods back into her son's diet.
THE OPRAH MAGAZINE
THE NEW YORK TIMES
An article following Susannah Meadow's release of The Other Side Of Impossible summarizes Meadow's encounter with Amy and A.R.T.