Day 5 to Thrive – Food Sensitivities
We eat food for nourishment, for energy, to grow and develop, to fight infection, to detox and cleanse. Let food be your medicine and eat meals full of nutrient dense foods.
Avoiding food sensitivities
Foods that we eat every day, or any foods that we crave, can be a source of stress to the body. We heavily rely on milk and wheat, and are common causes of health issues. If you’re feeling sluggish, tired, constipation, low mood or motivation, then it’s worthwhile checking to see whether a food might be a factor.
First off, avoid or completely eliminate foods that are manmade or come in box with more ingredients than it should!
Muscle testing offers clients a way to identify the foods you’re sensitive to. Many people test sensitive to wheat and milk products for example.
If you’d like to see how a Systematic Kinesiology practitioner tests foods, click on the link below. You’ll see a demonstration of testing two foods, wheat and dairy. People sensitive to wheat may experience such diverse reactions as migraine headaches, bowel gas, chronic tiredness, irritability, mood changes, skin eruptions, and many other problems. Food testing can be so valuable because it can really be the difference between debilitating problems vs vibrant health.
Kinesiology Food Testing takes some of the guesswork out of balancing the diet for any individual. You can learn how to do Food Sensitivity Testing in our training course.
Here is a list of the most common allergens
- Tree nuts (tree nuts include walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, pistachios, and Brazil nuts)
- Fish (Salmon, tuna, and halibut)
Today’s challenge – Do you suspect you have a food to which you might be sensitive? Then how about for the next 5 days, to the end of our 10 day challenge, you eliminate one thing from this list. It doesn’t take long to feel an improvement, particularly if you select a food you commonly eat 2-3 a day, everyday.
Tell us what you’ve decided to do over on the Facebook Event Page