Have you got food intolerances?

Identifying food intolerants can be frustrating. There are no hard and fast rules about which foods are causing the issue. If you have tried to eliminate the most likely foods like dairy, and gluten, the FDA registered BioScan test may be beneficial.

What is a food intolerance?

A food intolerance is a food which may be the underlying cause of bloating, constipation, cramping, and other gut health, and problems. Or it may be the cause of skin problems like acne, psoriasis and eczema. A food intolerance is not the same as an allergy which can only be diagnosed by a registered physician and which can lead to life threatening anaphylaxis. Trial elimination of food intolerances is recommended. A food sensitivity test such as the FDA Registered BioScan may help identify imbalances which could be the underlying cause of food intolerances.

What is the best test?

What is the best food test for me?

FDA Registered tests have been extensively tested to confirm that they adhere to the highest clinical standards. International Health Technology’s BioScan Device is the Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) industry leader in innovation meaning that there is no pain or blood taken.  The Bioscan system is recognised globally for its exceptional reliability, and is found in hundreds of clinics worldwide.

How to follow food test results.

The BioScan test may identify imbalances to certain foods. One of the best approaches to dealing with a food intolerance is by removing suspected foods from the diet for three months. This is called trial elimination. The results of the BioScan test may be used to trial eliminate foods suspected to be food intolerances. Although it does not diagnose food intolerances, imbalanced foods may indicate the presence of an underlying food intolerance. Often improvements are seen by removing such imbalanced foods for three months. If symptoms persist beyond this time, please contact your GP.

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