Food intolerances

Kinesiology test for detecting major food intolerances

Food intolerances or hypersensitivities manifest themselves in a constellation of different symptoms that generally differ from true food allergies in that they do not produce severe manifestations such as anaphylactic shock and usually do not respond to traditional skin allergy tests. Since they do not manifest as immediate and violent reactions in the body, they are not necessarily associated with the intake of the food that causes them. The more the individual is under stress, the less is his or her ability to digest and handle food throughout the gastrointestinal tract.

On the other hand, lifestyle (poor chewing, poor diet, wrong food combinations, altered emotional states and taking antibiotics) influences his or her digestive and assimilative abilities to a decisive degree. Food intolerances manifest themselves with symptoms of varying intensity and importance such as fatigue, headache, abdominal distension, inflammation of the intestinal mucous membranes, joint pain, skin problems, etc.

Kinesiological testing for food intolerances is based on the detection of changes in muscle tone when a subject is brought into contact with a given food. The operator tests certain indicator muscles, which are generally associated with the functioning of organs responsible for digestion and assimilation. This test shows a change in muscle effort in the presence of an intolerance or hypersensitivity to a food when it is brought into contact with the abdomen or other parts of the test subject’s body.

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