Hair Analysis

Discover the root cause of some of your issues through a comprehensive hair analysis. 

400 food items tested

325 non-food items tested

Nutritional deficiencies tested

Metal sensitivities tested

Using the latest and up-to-date biotechnology, this test uses your hair sample to test against 725 different food and non-food items, as well as 50 nutritional items and 50 metal (toxicity) items to see if you have an intolerance to these items.

This is a test which covers 400 food items and 325 non-food items, and metal sensitivities, in one easy-to-understand report. 

FAQ's

What’s the difference between an allergy and an intolerance?

 

What you will find is that an allergy is more severe than an intolerance and the reaction is usually felt immediately. Allergies also tend to be with you for life. Conversely, intolerances are typically less severe in nature and can change over time. Additionally, the symptoms of an intolerance are not immediate, manifesting anywhere from 10 minutes to 48 hours after the food has been consumed.

How accurate is the test?

The most accurate tests tend to be the hair test, which are not affected by the contents of your last meal. Unlike blood and urine testing, which can be affected by recent food intake and stress (amongst other things), hair testing is able to assess your data concerning your health that covers a much longer period of time and is unaffected by your most recent activity. This is why it is particularly effective for offering a broad view of your intolerance issues. Also, bioresonance testing is used as a complementary therapy, which is widely regarded as an effective and proven treatment.

 

 

What do my results actually mean?

 

The items on the list that display a color (rather than a blank space) indicate a minimum intolerance level of 85% and are graded as low, medium or high within these parameters. It is quite common for something that has never caused you an issue to start doing so, depending on your diet, your habits and your environment. If, for reasons of poor immune system levels or poor diet, you have too much of one particular element in your system, your body will have trouble dealing with these increased levels. The side effects this imbalance causes is known as an intolerance. So, you can see that it’s as much to do with your habits as your biology.

I’ve found out that I’m intolerant to wheat. Does that mean I’m gluten intolerant too?

 

That is a good question and it is one we get asked a lot. The answer, is no. While gluten can be found in wheat, it may not be the thing you have an intolerance to. We test for gluten separately as a standard procedure, so if you have been found to be intolerant to wheat, but not to gluten, this means that you don’t have to cut it out of your diet, as your body doesn’t have a problem with it.

How does the metals test work?

 

Rather than being an indicator of how much of any given metal is present in your body, our metals test is to determine your sensitivity to the metals included on the test. A sensitivity to a particular metal will cause a reaction when direct or indirect contact is made, which doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to actually touch it. It could mean that it’s a metal that is present somewhere in your daily surroundings and you are exposed to it. Common sources include machinery operated at work and metals used in air conditioning systems.

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