An estimated 1 in 3 people has an allergy. Some of these are to airborne substances such as pollen (hay fever), house dust mite, animal hair, household products and cosmetics. The most common of allergies is the food you eat.

There are several reasons why a person has an allergy. Among these are lack of digestive enzymes, leaky gut, candida and immune deficiency.

  • What are the symptoms?
  • Fatigue and tiredness
  • Eczema
  • Bloating
  • IBS
  • Weight problems
  • Headaches
  • Sinus problems
  • Hay fever
  • Insomnia
  • Behavioural problems in children

How to test for allergies and intolerances?
By using kinesiology we can identify the foods and the underlying causes. We will test how we re-balance the underlying causes and advise you to eliminate the foods if possible. Once the underlying causes have been
dealt with the suspect foods can then be
re-introduced.

Who’s affected?
Babies, young children and adults are all affected. There is an increase in
eczema in children which could be caused by food intolerances or airborne
allergies. Children’s behaviour can also become affected if intolerant to
foods and additives.

What can I expect from a treatment?
A treatment lasts for an hour and is carried out fully clothed. Gentle pressure is applied to a lower arm muscle (muscle testing) and a response is monitored. Any subsequent sessions will normally be at monthly intervals.