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Understanding Food Sensitivities

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While some of you are eating well and still suffering from fatigue, skin issues, bloating, foggy head, etc., it could be because you may have some food sensitivities that you are unaware of. Even though you may not have a harsh allergy to a food where you immediately have stomach pain or get sick, there is still a possibility that you could have food sensitivities. Food sensitivities are not always so prominent immediately after eating the foods. Sometimes certain symptoms can come a couple days after eating it. Everyone can react different to foods they are sensitive to but symptoms include; headaches, feeling tired, having a hard time sleeping or focusing, skin breaking out, eczema, feeling irritable, bloating, achy joints, etc. This is why we find it crucial to do food intolerance muscle testing with all of our nutritional patients to be sure there are not any foods stopping the body from healing and functioning at its best!

Our nutritional visits include muscle testing to make sure all systems are functioning at their very best, making sure each person is fueling their body properly, food intolerance testing, and making sure there are no common deficiencies such as Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Zinc, Minerals, etc. It’s a non-invasive process of testing that allows your body to tell us what it needs!

Want to learn more? Ask about our nutrition programs.

Jennifer Bue

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