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  • Allergy reaction & Low Tolerance response, what is the difference?
  • How is the testing done?
  • What substances are covered in the test?
From the outward reaction there is little difference between an allergy reaction and tolerance response, but on the inside, they affect the BioEnergy in very different ways. The body recognises what the substance is, but finds it hard work to process it. So the more you have the more the body struggles to deal with it. When the volume you have had, which may have built up over several days or weeks, exceeds the body's capacity to cope, then a change in the BioEnergy will occur. This would be experienced by you as an allergic reaction, but what has caused it is an overload to your ability to metabolise whatever caused the reaction. It is also possible to have a zero Tolerance to a substance but not to have an Allergy reaction (based on lack of recognition); in this case the substance should be avoided.
All samples remain sealed in glass vials so there is no chance of a physical reaction taking place. Only muscle testing is used so there is definitely no use of needles, blood testing or scratch testing. As balancing techniques from Kinesiology are used to create an initial relative stabilisation for the body, most people find the experience relaxing, intriguing and reassuring. How you use your results is up to you, there are two main options that we suggest. Within 4-6 weeks you should see an improvement if you are being strict and have followed the guidelines for removing additives and chemicals. The second way to help yourself is to return for some further sessions of Kinesiology and we can help to improve the stability of your body BioEnergy throughout its normal daily activities. At the end of your sessions we will tell you when your BioEnergy system considers it appropriate to re-introduce the items from your results. We may also advise other lifestyle changes.
We test for over 560 different substances. Including 200 Foods, Milks, Milk Substitutes and Alcohols, Food Phenolic Compounds, 165 Industrial Chemicals and Inhalants including Pesticides, Common Personal Care and Fragrance ingredients, Over 50 Pollens, Dusts and Moulds, 25 Common Metals
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