Food intolerance test Chicago:
Food intolerance can be the cause of weight gain, muscle tension & pain in many people, affecting over 80% of the population.
Acute Versus Chronic Inflammation
Acute inflammation is your body’s appropriate response to infection or trauma. You’ve experienced a sore throat, rash, hives, or a sprained ankle.
But inflammation should do its job and then leave. With allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune disease, or asthma, an overactive immune response and chronic inflammation can slowly wreak havoc, eventually leading to illness and rapid aging.
We live in a world where we are eating GMOs, hybridized foods, more gluten, more processed foods, we have leaky gut, more toxins then we’ve ever been exposed to, stressed more than we’ve ever been stressed and suddenly we have this perfect storm, that creates a whole host of chronic conditions, diabetes being one and autoimmune disease being another.” Amy Myers, MD
Your health isn’t what you want it to be
What most people don’t realize is that sensitivities to food can also surface in the form of anxiety, depression, joint pain, asthma, acne, bad breath, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, brain fog, hyperactivity, puffy eyes and face, food cravings, headaches, and Seasonal hay fever that seems to last all year long.
Take control of your health with a Food and Chemical Sensitivity Test. leaky gut, candida or gluten intolerance could be the cause of digestive stress. Why not confirm it by having yourself tested with a comprehensive food panel test. Test don’t guess, once you know you can take the next step to resolve it by elimination or rotational diets.
Bad digestion is at the root of all evil – said Hippocrates
Eliminate inflammation by testing what foods you are having a delayed immune reaction to. This blood test measures how your neutrophils react to food particles. About 70 percent of your immune cells are aimed at the gut to expel and kill foreign invaders. With the amounts of genetically modified and chemically laden foods that we are exposed to, our immune system overreacts to even healthy foods.
The ALCAT Test is NOT an “allergy” or IgE test. The test identifies cellular reactions to over 350 foods, chemicals and other substances. These potential triggers of inflammation have been linked to chronic health problems. Read more Food sensitivity vs food allergy
Inflammation and chronic activation of the immune system due to food sensitivities has been linked to:
And man more….
Why is what you eat important to restore muscle health?
It’s important to remember that pain is a symptom and most often results from a combination of physical, mental, dietary deficiency and emotional factors.
Rather than using drugs why not find out the cause to fix it. Foods and environmental toxins can be a leading cause of chronic symptoms.
Why are some people’s bodies full of tension and pain, even though they haven’t been injured? Why do some people suffer much more after injury than others? Sometimes it’s because of what they eat, drink, or inhale. Food sensitivities can be the cause of muscle tension & pain in many people. Listen to your body’s request for change, rather than using drugs find out the true cause to fix it.
A solution to empower you and help you make effective changes to your lifestyle and nutrition and prevent chronic pain/disease, whats included:
3. Results guide
4. Rotational diet plan
5. a wallet size results card
What are the benefits
A thorough analysis of how different minerals, vitamins, and additives affect your body can potentially boost your health, energy, and alleviate ailments resulting from your food sensitivities. Using this information with a lifestyle and nutritional health assessment is a powerful combination and can be the catalyst to change. How does this work with Structural Balance Therapy?
Schedule online by going to ScheduleNOW and go to “Test if food sensitivity is sabotaging your health” section
Disclaimer: This is not a diagnosis but a tool that can be taken to a physician for a diagnosis if necessary. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding your medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it.