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Time to get tested for Food Intolerances.

Hair Testing – 500 items for incompatible foods & household items

One of my most valuable testing tools is the 500 Items Hair Test. It looks at 500 normal whole foods and household items to assess which ones are incompatible with your own individual body.

Until this was made available I would use IgG testing which is via blood to find out intolerances. This costs $387.00 and only shows 93 food items.

This new testing comes with over 30 years of research and development. In clinic I have used this to support my treatments of Bloating, Rosacea, IBS symptoms, Sinusitis, Hay Fever, Arthritis, Weight loss, Low Immunity as well as supporting ADHD and Children's Behavioural Issues.

These tests are both for food intolerances not allergies.

The principle behind the test is that ‘dis-ease’ in your body is aggravated by certain foods and/or products interfering with your immune system and preventing it from working properly. The test results will highlight which foods and products are right for YOUR body and which are not.

The hair test is $249.00 for June. Coloured hair can be used without affecting results.

Hair can be taken from any part of the body and saliva can be used for babies or people with no hair. The report includes a program for you to follow for 6 months at which time you can retest. Results are seen by week 4 with an average of 60-80 percent improvement in many symptoms. One of the benefits that people are pleasantly surprised about is that weight loss commonly occurs because when inflammation is reduced or eliminated the body retains less extracellular water (fluid retention), energy levels increase and the metabolism speeds up!

Call 08 8277 8006 to book in to Lisa Fiocchini ND. RN Cardiac . Current clients can email me to receive test kit online.

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Let food be thy medicine & medicine be thy food.’ – Hippocrates

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