It is easy for us to forget that good health can be more than just the absence of disease.
We may cope with daily life but all too often with a background of minor ills and feelings of being 'tired all the time' we get used to living below par and forget the possibility of positive good health and buoyant energy. Increasingly today it is being recognised that health-care is as much to do with prevention of disease as with cure, and that we each have the choice of rediscovering and maintaining our optimum health. Given a little help, our bodies have an extraordinarily capacity to recover.
Food Intolerance Testing can help you, whatever your age.
Are you troubled by any of the following symptoms?
- Aching muscles and joints
- Hay fever
- Anxiety and stress
- Athlete's foot
- Digestive problems
- Frequent colds
- Loss of concentration
- Low self esteem
- Mood swings
- Skin problems
- Respiratory problems
- Unexplained tiredness
- Weight fluctuation
If you have said 'Yes' to any of the above symptoms you may have a food intolerance or your immune system could be weakened by a yeast infection known as Candida Albicans.
This complimentary natural health care can work along side traditional medicine or can be effective if used on its own.
How can I help you?
Using a sequence of gentle and safe muscle resistance tests in your arm I can
- Identify offending sensitivities in the diet that are weakening the immune system.
- Establish foods which are beneficial.
- Detect deficiencies of trace elements, minerals, and vitamins.
- Restore balance to a weakened immune system allowing the body to bring about its own healing.
The focus of Step Into Health is to help you make the kind of alterations to your diet that will make a difference to your health and well being. What can you expect from a Food Intolerance Testing Session.
Food Allergy versus Food Intolerance
It is fairly commonplace to have a reaction to a specific food but in the majority of cases it is intolerance rather than allergy. It matters to know the difference between allergy and intolerance as although they may have similar symptoms, a food allergy can be more serious. Learn more...