What Is TIP?
The Tolerance Induction Program™ (TIP) is a safe and effective food allergy treatment that helps children and young adults overcome their severe food allergies in 2 -3 years*.
TIP uses highly customized plans, supervised in-office visits, and regulated at-home dosing to help patients achieve food freedom with a 99% success rate.
Regardless of pre-existing conditions or the number of food allergies a patient has, TIP can help.
*Treatment duration varies case by case.
The Tolerance Induction Program™ (TIP) successfully treats ALL severe food allergies, including the TOP 9 major allergens and many more!
Who Qualifies For TIP?
The Tolerance Induction Program™(TIP) is offered to all food allergy patients between the age of 18 months – 21 years old. This includes those with:
TIP can treat patients with pre-existing conditions, including Eczema, Asthma, EOE, environmental allergies, FPIES, and many more.
Multiple Food Allergies
Most TIP patients are allergic to more than one food. We have even successfully treated patients with 20+ allergens!
Severe Food Allergies
TIP specializes in treating those with extremely severe or anaphylactic food allergies. Where other treatment options may turn you away, TIP can help.
A Food Allergy Solution
Our innovative approach to food allergy treatment is unlike any other immunotherapy available.
How It Works
Using extensive patient data, we create safe treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique immune system.
TIP is not an exposure therapy. With the Tolerance Induction Program™ (TIP), patients build a tolerance to their allergens through the escalation of food proteins similar in structure to their allergens (biosimilar proteins). This means patients can safely desensitize their immune system before they ever begin dosing their allergens!
Journey To Food Freedom
Every patient journey begins with diagnostic testing at our clinic to map out the immune system and create your custom plan.
During this phase, we identify biosimilar proteins to retrain the immune system and safely build tolerance one protein at a time.
As desensitization increases, patients can begin to safely dose foods they were once allergic to and incorporate new foods into their diets.
Remission means no more reading food labels, no more missed birthday parties, and no more stress. Patients can eat freely without restriction or fear of reaction!
Is TIP Right For You?
Fill out the form below to schedule a free non-clinical consultation with a program specialist and find out if TIP is right for you! Food Freedom begins here.
We accept most PPOs* from the following carriers:
*Not a guarantee of coverage. Please contact your insurance company directly to determine if the Food Allergy Institute is within your network and considered a participating provider under your plan.
TIP treats patients within the age range of 18 months to 21 years, with a consistent success rate across all ages. The program treats patients with pre-existing medical conditions such as EoE, FPIES, MCAS, and asthma. Those under 18 months can still enroll by filling out the enrollment form and will be queued when they meet the minimum age requirement. Additionally, patients over 21 years old can submit the enrollment form and will be informed if the program opens to their age group or may be referred to the LAHA Medical Group.
Our Southern California (Long Beach & Vista CA) clinics conduct all onboarding, launch and food challenge visits in person, ensuring that patients receive direct, hands-on care. Our program is specifically tailored to meet the needs of families who travel, welcoming patients from different parts of the country to international patients from around the globe.
The Tolerance Induction Program (TIP) treats all major food allergies in a comprehensive manner, recognizing their interrelated nature is a crucial role in successful treatment. We offer secure, sustainable and successful treatment to all patients with food allergies regardless of the severity or number of a patient’s allergens. TIP is able to treat those with pre-existing medical conditions such as EoE, FPIES, MCAS, asthma.
There are a number of factors that determine the length of treatment. Age, severity of allergens, type of allergen, family history, health history, etc. All must be considered when designing the patient’s unique protocol. The length of treatment will vary based on each patient’s individual plan. At the end of the second visit, you will have a clear idea of how long your treatment length will be. Generally, the average treatment timeline is 24 – 36 months.