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15 Nov '16

Food Allergies and Sensitivities

Posted by Michal Dybowski in allergy, food, screen, testing

Food Allergies and Sensitivities

Differences Between IgE and IgG Testing for Allergies and Sensitivities Both IgG and IgE blood testing are very important diagnostic tools that can provide an indisputable blueprint for healing.
25 May '16

Arthroblock Forte

Posted by Michal Dybowski in arthritis, care, collagen, fitness, health, joints, rehabilitation

Arthroblock Forte


food suplement


Arthroblock ® forte - a food supplement that contains a complex of ingredients such as ginger, boswellia serrata extract and glucosamine, additionally enriched with vitamin C, which contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of cartilage, and manganese, which contributes to the normal formation of connective tissue.


Nutrition information
Glucosamine sulphate 2 KCL including glucosamine sulphate
Chondroitin sulfate
Hyaluronic acid
Boswelia Serrata extract (60% of boswellic acid)
Zingiber extract (5% gingerols)
Vit. C
Albion® manganese amino acid chelate including manganese

Nutrition information 1 capsule  2 capsules
Glucosamine sulphate 2 KCL
including glucosamine sulphate 

500 mg 1000 mg
375 mg 750 mg
Chondroitin sulfate 100 mg 200 mg
Hyaluronic acid 25 mg 50 mg
Boswelia Serrata extract (60% of boswellic acid) 50 mg 100 mg
Zingiber extract (5% gingerols)  50 mg 100 mg
Vit. C 30 mg (50%*) 60 mg (100%*)
Albion® manganese amino acid chelate
including manganese 
6,25 mg 12,5 mg
1 mg (50%*) 2 mg (100%*)

* RDA – recommended daily allowance  
Ingredients: Glucosamine sulphate 2KCL (from crustaceans), chondroitin sulphate, sodium hyaluronate, Boswellia serrata extract, Zingiber officinale L. extract, L-ascorbic acid – vitamin C, Albion® manganese amino acid chelate (manganese bisglycinate), microcrystalline cellulose – filler, magnesium stearate – anti-caking agent, capsule (gelatine, colour: E171)  page1image17392 page1image17552 page1image17712 page1image17872 page1image18032
The product is intended especially for physically active adults exposed to joint loads such as during exercises or for those with overweight, and for elderly.


Recommended use: Take 1 capsule 1-2 times a day or otherwise after consultation with your doctor. It is recommended to use for 2-3 months and then if needed again after 1-2 months break

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.

A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. Keep out of reach of children.

If you wish to but this product here is our shop CLINIC-PLUS or you may purchase it at the authorized OLIMP-LABS shop of Polska Przychodnia Manchester in Eccles  - Private Doctors Clinic
01 May '16

Differences Between IgE and IgG Testing for Allergies and Sensitivities

Posted by Michal Dybowski

Differences Between IgE and IgG Testing for Allergies and Sensitivities

Both IgG and IgE blood testing are very important diagnostic tools that can provide an indisputable blueprint for healing.

Explaining IgE

IgE (or immunoglobulin E) allergies are immediate responses to a foreign substance that has entered the body. These foreign substances can come from food or inhalation. IgE allergies can cause very serious symptoms like difficulty breathing, swelling, and hives. In even more serious cases IgE reactions can lead to anaphylactic shock. This test measures the blood level of IgE, one of the five subclasses of antibodies. Antibodies are proteins made by the immune system that attack antigens, such as bacteria, viruses, and allergens. IgE antibodies are found in the lungs, skin, and mucous membranes. They are associated mainly with allergic reactions (when the immune system overreacts to environmental antigens such as pollen or pet dander) and parasitic infections.

The IgE test is often performed as part of an initial screen for allergies. Symptoms of allergies may include hives, itchy eyes or nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, tight throat, and trouble breathing. Symptoms may be seasonal (as with allergies due to pollen or molds) or year-round (as with food allergies). They can range from mild to severe, depending on the child and the allergy. IgE levels may also be elevated in children with parasitic infections.

IgE antibodies are primarily associated with allergies. The first time someone is exposed to a foreign substance, like a virus or bacterium, it may take the immune system up to two weeks to make an antibody blueprint and to produce enough of a specific antibody to fight the infection.

Example of a typical IgE response: Suppose a person with a peanut allergy eats a peanut. B cells in the body are exposed to the peanut allergens. B cells begin making IgE antibodies to fight the peanut “infection”. These IgE antibodies were made specifically for defending the body against peanuts. The IgE antibodies bind to the peanut molecules or allergens in the body.

After the exposure to peanuts, IgE antibodies can also attach themselves to mast cells. There the IgE antibodies wait until the next peanut exposure. When the next peanut exposure occurs the IgE antibodies signal the mast cells to release histamine and other compounds. Histamine and these other compounds are the cause of allergy symptoms like itching and inflammation. All of this usually happens within minutes of ingesting the allergen. IgE allergies are treated with medications that block the release of histamines.

Explaining IgG

These are antibodies that provide long-term resistance to infections, called Immunoglobulin G (IgG), have a much longer half-life than the traditional IgE allergy. This is where food sensitivities come in because they are much more subtle and most people live with them for years, if not their entire lives. A food sensitivity is an adverse reaction to a food with no antigen-antibody response.

Symptoms, ranging from headache and nausea to seizure and hyperactivity, or simply just fatigue, bloating, mood changes or dark circles under the eyes. They may occur hours or even days after the offending food has been ingested. The degree and severity of symptoms vary greatly because of the genetic makeup of the individual. The complete elimination of IgG positive foods may bring about important improvements in symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, autism, AD (H) D, cystic fibrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and epilepsy as demonstrated in numerous clinical studies.

Everyone should get IgG tested for food sensitivities so they know what foods work for their body and what foods don't. It's no different than putting the right type of gas in your vehicle.

Checking the health of the lining of your intestines

The IBA (intestinal barrier assessment) test that we run provides a baseline for GI health so we know where to go with your health plan. It lets us know if you have intestinal permeability or “leaky gut syndrome” which means your lining is not tight and therefore is allowing food particles to escape (think of a brick wall with holes in the caulking or mortar). Just a few years of stress, antibiotics, soda, coffee, alcohol and sugar thin the lining of the gut.

When food particles escape the gut lining, the spleen, which is a major immune organ, has to work overtime to clear them out of the blood stream because they do not belong there. This puts an inordinate burden on your immune function, and over time can be a leading cause of autoimmune disease/disorders (that along with underlying viruses that have gone undetected).

Testing the mucosal barrier lining of the GI tract is an essential test that provides an enormous amount of health information and more often than not can be the first marker in determining auto-immunity or inflammation. Intestinal permeability more often than not, is the underlying cause of many autoimmune conditions. Not checking GI health with an autoimmune condition, keeps people spending an unnecessary amount of money on lab testing and pharmaceuticals while lowering their quality of life, while healing the intestinal lining heals from the root cause, creating lasting, greater health by improved GI, immune and endocrine function.


10 Apr '16

Our mission

Our mission

Our Mission


All Pro has been enstablished in 2014 by Michal Dybowski, Jaroslaw Kaminski, Andrzej Wodyn Roszkowski and Marcin Pyrzynski to create a bespoke and unique team of professional service providers who can deliver outstanding services to people around the World.

And so it has happened. Now , based in the Quays, ALLPRO LIMITED provides services within several different sectors and they are:

– personal training

– teaching and training other specialists

– health and fitness (general)

– rehabilitation

– biomechanics

– photography & video

– marketing, promotion and publishing

– business consultancy & development

– mentoring for entrepreneurs

– food and sport supplements sale

– medical consultations and screening services via partners

… and the list is still growing



07 Apr '16

How should I take Chelated Magnesium (magnesium amino acids chelate)?

Posted by Adriana Owsiak in acid, amino, chelate

How should I take Chelated Magnesium (magnesium amino acids chelate)?

Use this medication exactly as directed on the label, or as prescribed by your doctor. Do not use it in larger amounts or for longer than recommended.

Take this medication with a full glass of water.

Use magnesium amino acids chelate regularly to get the most benefit. Take the medicine at the same time each day.

To be sure this medication is helping your condition and not causing harmful effects, your blood may need to be tested on a regular basis. Your kidney function may also need to be tested. Do not miss any follow-up visits to your doctor.

Tell your doctor if you have signs that your magnesium blood levels are too low, such as confusion, uneven heart rate, jerking muscle movements, and muscle weakness or limp feeling.

Store at room temperature away from moisture and heat.