Health Sense

Intolerance Testing

Are the foods you're eating making you feel ill?

Intolerance Testing

The test is completely painless and is best described as a ball point pen touching the tip of your finger upon an acupuncture point. Our simple, painless, intolerance test, is able to pin point potentially harmful foods and other substances that could be causing your symptoms. We are able to offer you advice on a sensible elimination diet, as well as a vitamin and mineral check which is provided alongside basic nutritional counselling.


What does a test involve?

Over 100 substances which include common foods and drinks are tested during our consultation, plus a vitamin and minerals deficiency check. 

The machine used is known as a Bioenergetics Resonance Machine (BER). It works by measuring energy changes in the body's resistance to certain foods, allergens, additives and minerals. The accuracy rate is 75-80% and gives results to you immediately.


How long does it take?

A consultation will take approximately 1 hour and the results are instantaneous.

This simple test takes approximately one hour, no needles involved, painless but informative and gives you the chance to change your life forever!


How much does it cost? 

The prices is £70, return 30 minute consultation is £50


At Health Sense we believe that an essential part of the test is to provide nutritional advice and counselling geared to your circumstances and needs. Our service is unique in that we provide an all-round service which treats the client as an individual. We believe that once you have undergone one of our tests and experienced our professional service you will have no hesitation in recommending us to your friends.


After the Test

You will be given a helpful booklet of invaluable information as well as your test results and advice about how to deal with your new regime of cutting out aggravating foods and replacing them with nutritious and acceptable foods.


Who can be tested?

This test is suitable for anyone other than those with a pacemaker and any aged child subject to them being on solid foods. If you are taking prescribed medication this will not interfere with the test.


How many tests will I need?

This is dependent on the individual, but I tend to find that only one test is necessary. It is generally advisable, however that at least one follow up appointment is made to revisit one month after the test, to monitor progress whilst carrying out any eliminations of food from your diet.


Will I have to avoid certain foods forever?

This will depend on whether your body can tolerate the food once it has been reintroduced into your diet, after an initial 4-week programme. In some circumstances this 4-week period will have to be extended, if, for example, the body’s immune and digestive systems need additional support to eradicate an underlying problem


All of these conditions and many more have a possible link with food Intolerances that could be well worth investigating.

When you have an intolerance to a food, an IgG antibody is produced and these antibodies can be responsible for many of the symptoms associated with a food Intolerance and as symptoms are not always immediate it can be difficult to identify which food or substances may be causing you a problem.


Symptoms and conditions related to food intolerance include

Nausea

Stomach pain

Gas, cramps or bloating

Vomiting

Heartburn

Irritability or nervousness

Anxiety (acute or chronic)

Arthritis

Asthma

Attention Deficit Disorder

Bed wetting

Bloating

Bronchitis

Coeliac Disease

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Constipation

Cystic Fibrosis

Depression

Diarrhoea

Fibromyalgia

Gastritis

Headaches

Hyperactivity Disorder

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Insomnia

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Itchy skin problems

Malabsorption

Migraine

Sleep disturbances

Water retention

Weight control problems

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