RULE OUT FOODS CONTRIBUTING TO ADVERSE SYMPTOMS
Food Sensitivity Tests are conducted via noninvasive muscle testing techniques called Applied Kinesiology to identify which edibles your body has negative reactions with. Charlene will analyze which foods are weakening your body with prick-free energy testing. A Food Sensitivity Test can help you modify your diet to increase your energy levels, reduce bloating and alleviate sinus, skin and mood ailments. Allow up to one hour for testing 100 out of 100 foods.
Registered Dietitian Charlene Wang combines western nutritional science, and its rigorous emphasis on evidence-based practice, with eastern nutritional science and medicine, and its emphasis on underlying causes and achieving harmony and balance of the mind, body and soul.
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Society has become conditioned to the notion that foods cannot be a source of certain ailments. In fact, the masses may be nothing short of a misguided majority. The human body depends on a wide range of nutrients obtained from consuming wholesome food sources. But what happens when you're already eating a clean diet and you’re still suffering from unpleasant symptoms? You may be dealing with an underlying food sensitivity, also known as non-allergic food hypersensitivity or non-IgE mediated food hypersensitivity. These problems can make it so that even some of the healthiest foods can lead to a host of symptoms.
The most frequent food sensitivity symptoms include: prolonged bloating/gas, fatigue, sinusitis, eczema, hives/rash, acne, excess weight, headaches, stomach ache, heartburn, brain fog, but is specific to everyone’s body.
No two people with food intolerances are the same. Only an individualized diet, with intolerant foods eliminated, can provide certainty that toxins and allergens that meddle with optimal health do not overwhelm your system.
In 1906, the term “allergy” was coined by an Austrian pediatrician named Clemens von Pirquet. The term meant “altered biological reactivity”.