About 45% of population suffers from some kind of food related reaction
Living with food allergy can have negative effects on the quality of life of patients and their families because they need to remain vigilant about accidental exposures. Allergic reactions to foods can range from mild gastrointestinal symptoms or skin rashes to severe reactions that can be fatal to children and adults with food allergy. The most severe reaction, anaphylaxis, can lead to respiratory problems, a dangerous drop in blood pressure and other symptoms. Anaphylaxis is quite rare. Usually it’s the intolerance or delayed allergy which is a problem.
Do you suffer from any of the following conditions?
- digestive problems such as bloating, indigestion, pain, gas, constipation, diarrhoea, colic in babies,
- chronic ear infections
- chronic sinus drainage,
- low energy
- mood swings,
- skin irritations,
- joint aches,
- bad behaviour and ADHD
- and/or weight gain?
Some reactions occur immediately after eating the food (allergy), but in other cases, symptoms may be delayed by several hours or even days (referred to as food sensitivity or food intolerance).
In the UK, it is estimated that 1-2% of adults and 5-8% of children have a food allergy. This equates to around 2 million people living in the UK with a food allergy and this figure does not include those with food intolerances.
Health problems such as these may be related to a specific food or foods eaten frequently. Many people with food sensitivities don’t even realise how awful they feel until the trigger foods are removed from the diet. Chronic ear or sinus infections in children, constipation or colics could be a sign of milk allergy. A lot of us are aware about lactose (milk sugar) sensitivity but in a majority of cases is the milk protein which is causing the reaction.
Food reactions are a frequently overlooked cause of chronic health issues. Removing specific foods from your diet will allow the body to recover and begin to function efficiently again.
These adverse food reactions are common because the same foods are eaten day after day, resulting in greater sensitisation to these foods. If the right foods are not eaten, digestion and absorption may be impaired. Additionally, those with weakened immune systems may be more prone to food sensitivities.
Our Bioresonance testing helps to uncover food(s) that may be the culprits. It is a very useful tool for diagnosing adverse food reactions, whether true allergy, intolerance, or sensitivity.
Often, symptoms that have failed to respond to conventional medical therapy will resolve by eliminating certain foods. After the initial period of eliminating foods, many chronic symptoms should improve or disappear. When the burden on the immune system is decreased, the body has an opportunity to heal. Along the way, it is important to learn how to eat an enjoyable and nutrient-dense meals while starting on the road to optimum health!
What are the benefits of bioresonance intolerance testing?
- Immediate results – no blood sample taking, sending off samples or waiting for results.
- Fast, painless and non-invasive.
- Suitable for anyone, even children and babies.
- Takes the guessing work out so you don’t need to eliminate foods unnecessarily.
- Or perhaps you have eliminated gluten and didn’t see a lot of positive results. It could be that you are sensitive to dairy or soya as well.
Whole panel of common foods £50 – dairy, wheat, soy, eggs, nuts, seeds, lentils, beans, spices, meat, fish, gluten, grains, some fruit and vegetables, salicylates, nightshade family, additives also cat, dog or grass allergies.
If there is no resolution to your symptoms after removing the foods you are reacting to then there are other underlying issues which needs to be explored such as infections (yeast, bacteria, parasites, fungal), stress, digestive enzymes insufficiency (lactase, low stomach acid or bile).
My comprehensive packages will take into consideration all of the possible underlying problems.
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