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Food intolerance test London

Is your diet making you ill? A food intolerance test in London with Future Health Management will provide the answer 

In the UK, around two million people suffer from some sort of food intolerance or allergy. The good news is that there’s a simple, but smart, non-invasive and painless food intolerance test that can determine what part of your diet is having an adverse effect on your health.

First, let’s look at the symptoms. The most common are bloating, constipation, weight loss, migraines, fat malabsorption and diarrhoea. In severe cases, food intolerance can lead to anaemia and vitamin D deficiency.

The cause of food intolerance is the immune system identifying certain constituents as foreign invaders. It can happen at any stage of your life but, usually, it kicks off if you start to eat more fast food or get into bad habits.

Common food intolerances

Wheat is one of the most common culprits. One of the main reasons is that most of the bread we eat today has far more preservatives, such as:

  • Calcium propionate for a longer shelf life
  • Amylase
  • Chlorine dioxide, which bleaches the flour
  • L-cysteine hydrochloride – E920, used to make the dough more elastic

All the above help to keep the bread soft, white and light. Traditional bread is just made from flour, yeast, salt and water. This is much better for you but doesn’t keep as well.

A key source of intolerance is gluten. This is due to a process called hybridisation of the wheat which adds new proteins. It can cause systemic inflammation and higher rates of celiac disease. Also, we eat far more gluten today than our ancestors did, as wheat is often found in fast food and prepared foods.

Examples of other common causes of intolerances are chocolate, strawberries, dairy products, nuts and food additives, such as nitrates in processed meats.

Food intolerance test

You can keep a food diary to identify which foods are causing a problem. However, this is a lengthy process and requires diligence and patience.

At Future Health Management I use a number of food intolerance tests and biofeedback therapy in London, with full support once the results come in. There are a variety of tests available for identifying intolerances. However, I usually suggest an ALCAT test. It involves taking a blood sample – I realise some people are squeamish about needles – but it does give a good indication of what foods may be making you ill. It takes about 14 days to get the test results which show four sensitivity levels – severe, moderate, mild and acceptable. The programme offers a diet to follow according to a four-day cycle. This rotation helps to optimise your eating habits and to give the body a rest.

Alternatively, there is biofeedback therapy. This is a simple, smart and on-invasive option, in other words, needle-free. The machine has an accuracy rate of 98% and results come within 60-90 minutes. It works by scanning and measuring the body’s organs and tissues for their frequency energy levels and identifies how each food reacts with the digestive system. Once the scan is complete, I can then tailor a nutritional plan to suit.

Banishing the culprits

Ideally, you need to cut out the affected foods from your diet for three to six months and then try reintroducing them one at a time to see if thee are any issues. Finding substitutes can be difficult. The good news is that the food intolerance issue is more widely recognised and stores increasingly gave gluten-free sections.

As a naturopathic nutritionist, I help clients to find the diet that works for them. It might just be simply cutting portion sizes. For example, if fructose is a problem, having half a cup of fruit juice may not affect you quite as severely as having a full cup.

The important thing to remember is, if you are excluding things from your diet, you have to replace them via other avenues. So, if wheat is causing a problem, then it’s important to swap it for another fibre-containing food, such as buckwheat or brown, gluten-free bread. Similarly, with dairy, you need to go for alternatives that will keep up your calcium levels, i.e. almond or coconut milk.

If you would like to find out more about a food intolerance test in London, then please feel free to contact me

Biofeedback therapy – What benefit will it have for me?

Biofeedback therapy – What benefit will it have for me?

This therapy is designed to provide an accuracy of 98% as it focuses on the source of information, the brain.  When you are initially fully scanned, the machine will accumulate all the information that it has on all the changes that occur in the body.  The headphones have sensors which trigger the brain to communicate frequencies that occur within the body.  It detects change from a cellular level; this detection can be changes in bacteria, viruses, parasites or any disease manifestation or biochemically happening.  The frequency detected is unique and identified by name and developing stage.

The good thing about this is that it alerts me to any predispositions or manifestations of the disease, which is not available by any other research method e.g. x-ray, ultrasound or MRI.

The scan can take 30 minutes accumulating information and it will point out which organs need attention.  The good thing about doing the full body scan initially is that it gives me the opportunity to investigate other organs, for example if you come to see me because you are suffering from constant headaches, the machine will also inform me of what other organs need to be looked at before the disease manifests.  It is recommended that we do two sessions a week for a period of 2 to 3 months, should the machine indicate that you require a remedy made for you, this can be done once I complete your therapy.  I would recommend the Oberon practically for any health issue, be it infertility, intolerances, problems with the eyes, with the stomach and for any other problematic health issues. This therapy can also be used for children.

It is also a great visual tool for the client.  If you would like to book your sessions please go to our “online store, consultation”.  There are discounts available if you book 8 or 12 sessions, if you’d like more information please email me.  Any other questions I’m happy to help.

Why have body scans?

Why have body scans?

To attain more knowledge of what is going on in the body, the Oberon has an accuracy of 98%.  The machine works on biofeedback therapy.

The Oberon diagnoses illnesses and imbalances and those weaknesses that can lead to illnesses. The results are stored in the hard disk of the computer and can be compared to the client on each visit.  The scan is non invasive and without side effects.  The scan helps the practitioner prevent the evaluation of illness by early detection.

The Oberon indicates different defects and pathological changes in the organs and tissue.  The patient/client wears headphones for about 15-30 minutes, while there is a collection of information about the state of his body, sitting in front of the monitor screen. After the analysis, information and options are issued on the health of the patient.

Systemic Analysis – What kind of issues can it help support?

  • Gastrointestinal
  • Genitourinary System
  • Respiratory System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Blood & Lymph
  • Endocrine System
  • Nervous System
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Cancers
  • Chromosome Analysis

Remedies can be made for the client once the body or organ scan had been done based on what the scan has indicated.