The Health Show, Episode #6 – Food Sensitivity Testing

Our latest Facebook Live from my clinic, lunchtime session showing a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using the muscles as a way to test and identify systems being affected by the foods we eat.

This time Siobhan Guthrie gives a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using two or three muscles as a way to test and accurately identify energy circuits and systems that are affected by the foods we eat; or reveal an imbalance with that circuit that may require further investigation.  We tested wheat, a gluten free bread roll, milk, and a banana.

Foods that we commonly test are those that we eat more than 3-4 times a week (and often more than that), rather than foods that we rarely eat.  Symptoms of food sensitivity are wide, and may not affect digestion.  Siobhan coveys this in the video below.

 

The Health Show Episode #6 KinesiologyZone Food Testing

Recorded as a Facebook Live, your questions were answered live too.

Remember nutrition is a very complex matter. it needs to be careful, and studied approach for the results to be beneficial to the individual Training we offer in our Balanced Health courses.

Bio-chemic individuality is a fact. Each person has different nutritional needs, and it is imperative this be taken into account when embarking on the serious matter of embarking on the serious matter of involving oneself with someone’s diet. People are extremely emotionally involved with what they eat.

To see more on food testing – https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/how-to-test-foods-with-kinesiology/

2 replies
  1. Eleanor
    Eleanor says:

    Hi
    I just watched the reply on your life video and heard that there are courses coming up in Tralee? Is it still possible to join these classes rather than waiting for the autumn classes?

    Would love to know if there are classes that I can still join in?

    Many thanks
    Eleanor

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    • sguthrie
      sguthrie says:

      Hi Eleanor, I’m sorry, yes the Tralee course has taken place. We’ll be announcing Autumn 2017 dates soon so come back in July when all our dates, and venues are released for registration! Best wishes, Siobhan

      Reply

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