Food Intollerance Testing
Identify common foods and drinks which may not be agreeable to your body
If you find that you get sick after eating a food, you may wonder if you have a food allergy or intolerance. Understanding the differences can help you to see if you truly do have a problem.
Is where the immune system responds, after eating a certain food. Antibodies stimulate the release of certain chemicals, including histamines, that cause physical symptoms which show up immediately or within the first 2 hours of eating problematic food.
Swelling of the tongue or throat
Difficulty in breathing
Skin reactions like hives
Gastrointestinal issues – vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal cramping.
There is no immune system response here. This is a digestive system issue where food digestion causes uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms. In contrast to a food allergy, small amounts of identified foods can be eaten without experiencing symptoms.
Main intolerances are
Fructose (a type of sugar found in fruits and some vegetables)
Gluten (protein composites found in grains like barley, rye or wheat)
Lactose (where the body has a dietary intolerance to digest lactose sugar)
Applied Kinesiology Muscle Testing
Certain foods are digested mainly by one organ, others by different organs. Some foods that affect us adversely, weakens the whole body. Others target specific organs, and specific muscles. Some foods strengthen a muscle/organ, other substances may affect their energy adversely.
So, if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, then consider having a live food test which will often show you why you’re not breaking free from pain and illness.
Food intolerance testing identifies common foods and drinks which may not be agreeable to your body. Testing shows weaknesses, and has an immediate physical change to your muscle power. This indicates what you should be eating and what you should NOT be eating!
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