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People with food intolerance may have symptoms including headaches, mood swings, tiredness and fatigue, weight problems, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), depression, skin problems, bloating and insomnia. If you think you might have a food intolerance then food sensitivity testing is the answer. A food intolerance test easily and accurately identifies any foods and food ingredients that may be at the root of your unwanted symptoms. It also provides the practitioner with objective data, which assists in determining what major systems and organs of the body are stressed or weakened. Once you have discovered which foods you should avoid, you can start making dietary changes to regain a healthy balance and take control of your health. 

What Happens During a Food Intolerance Test?


At our clinic we use a new cutting edge technology for testing food intolerance. The test is designed to deliver long-term benefits to patients by quickly identifying areas of potential concern and then focusing on supporting core functional health. The Bio Meridian System is capable of easily and accurately testing for sensitivities from 200 chosen foods and food ingredients, and finding any imbalances.  As well as performing food intolerance testing, a body diagnostic test is also done to gain valuable information about the body’s vital functions.

The test, which is painless and non-invasive, involves measurements of energy stress points – primarily on the hands and feet. The locations of the test point generally correspond to those of acupuncture points. These measurements are taken using a probe and recorded to create a profile of a patient’s present condition. As a patient moves toward or away from health, the condition of any particular organ or system can be sensed along the meridians at representative points. As a result, stress associated with the corresponding organs can be surveyed using the indicated points.


At the end of the screening, the patient receives a printout of the results, which illustrates the balanced and sensitive foods and the condition of major systems and organs of the body. This provides good foundation data for re-balancing health, and is used as the starting point for a detailed review with the nutritional therapist. During you consultation with the practitioner, appropriate advice will be given and the right diet and lifestyle recommended.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are pregnant, or you have a pacemaker fitted, we regret that we will not be able to screen you. 




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