Are you a new parent or have children that are unsettled or periodically complain that they don’t feel well? Do you suffer from headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis, sinusitis, migraines, asthma, arthritis, ADHD, or other health complaints that make life challenging? In many cases, it may be food intolerance that contributes in a large way to these symptoms.
You don’t have to suffer any longer….
The Bio-Compatibility Hair Analysis can identify which foods or household items don’t suit you or your loved one.
The technique is based on the way in which the foods and products benefit the individual person. Each person is unique so it obviously follows that when it comes to foods and household products that ‘one size does not fit all’. Each individual has his/her own nutritional and energy requirements. Have you noticed that some foods give you good energy while others seem to drag you down and seem to aggravate existing symptoms? Bio-Compatibility Hair Analysis is about finding foods and household products that suit the individual. It is not based on Nutritional advice nor is it a Medical programme designed to treat diseases.
This 6-month WELLNESS PROGRAM follows the Naturopathic principle: “Feed the body correctly and allow the body to repair itself”. Using a hair sample, Bio-Compatibility testing identifies the influence (either positive or negative) that each of a wide range of foods and products has on the individual body. This way we are able to determine which foods and products should be avoided and which can be used. Remember, feed the body correctly and it can function much better. We use the test results to develop your personal wellness program. You receive a very comprehensive 16-page report which includes full instructions for the 6 month period.
Our standard test covers a list of 500 items — including all food groups, bathroom, laundry, Gluten-free and kitchen products. The focus is on what you CAN eat and use rather than what you can’t. It includes common local brands found in supermarkets and health food stores. Each item is tested in the form it is usually consumed (both raw and/or cooked where applicable). The baby’s list adds another 57 commonly used items for babies, including creams and powders, medications, shampoos, soaps, wipes, nappies, formula and commercial baby foods.
The report includes:
This information is used to assess your progress and make changes if necessary. Your response to the programme is individual so we like to follow-up and assist you to gain the most benefit.