There is growing proof that a lot of chronic disease could be due to diet. Things like processed foods, too much sugar, hypersensitivity to wheat and dairy. Plus other foods your body is struggling to cope with. Or could it be that you are simply over eating certain types of food?.
Chronic Problems like:
Indigestion; I.B.S; skin conditions; joint pain; anxiety; depression; hay fever; sinusitis; constant tiredness; sleep disorders; headaches. the list is endless
What does the test check for
We check 400 foods along with vitamin and mineral deficiencies, also environmental pollutants, dehydration and toxic levels.
The report is sent out by e mail, it is easy and simple to understand. but if you have any problems don’t hesitate to contact us.
How much does the test cost £40
How Long Does The Test Take?
We aim to have your completed report e-mailed approx 5 to 7 working days after receipt of your hair sample(s) If you don’t have an e mail address we will post your report to you.
Please send approx 8 strands of hair about 1/4″ (1.5cm) long wrapped in a tissue and labeled with the individual’s name, date of birth, and email address.
What Do I
post your hair sample(s) to:-
World of Homoeopathy 115, Zellig The Custard Factory Birmingham B9 4AT
Your body is 75% water
so you need to drink 2 litres daily in order to maintain that balance.
Can babies and toddlers have a food intolerance, sensitivity or food allergy.
Yes! we have found health problems like:eczema; constant ear infections;coughs and colds, tummy upsets;sleep issues; hay fever. Even mood swings can be related in some cases to food their body not being able to process properly.
THIS OFFER HAS PROVED TO BE SO POPULAR WE ARE EXTENDING IT ONCE AGAIN TILL THE END OF THE YEAR.
For anyone who wants a food intolerance test but feel they need more guidance, to get back on track this maybe for you.
1. The Food Intolerance test
2. Test results includes a paper copy to take home
3. Explained in more detail how your food intolerances are affecting you.
4. What foods to use as substitutes
5. How dehydration creates problems in your body
6. How Vitamin and Mineral deficiencies affect your health and how to improve them
For this option we need a hair sample along with your name, date of birth, and a telephone number so we can contact you to book your appointment
Cost £60 which can be paid on the day of your consultation,
Cow’s milk is a common cause of food allergies in babies and toddlers. Although some children outgrow cow’s milk allergy by the age of 5-10 years old, there are a lot more may not resolve the issue. Reactions can occur within minutes or up to several days after having cow’s milk, and other dairy products. Rapid onset reactions usually occur within 15 minutes and sometimes up to 2 hours after exposure to cow’s milk or other dairy products such as cheese; cakes; chocolate;sauce mixes;pasta dishes; milk shakes; sweets; all cream; creme fraiche; ice cream.
Symptoms can include: wheezing and abdominal discomfort; sickness and nausea; diarrhoea; hay fever symptoms; eczema; hives itching skin; headache; sinusitis; and throat problems, to name a few.
If you do have an intolerance to milk and dairy you can find your body over produces mucus resulting in a loose chesty cough. Infants and young children can also have constant ear infections even become floppy or tired.
Cow’s milk is ‘hidden’ in many foods as well as drinks, be mindful of sauce mixes, pasta dishes, milkshakes, sweets, and Chocolate. cream: single, double, soured cream and whipping cream and of course ice cream. If there any foods you eat a lot of, then check the packaging.
is not the same as milk intolerance and can and does cause confusion. lactose intolerance is caused by the lack of the enzyme lactase, which helps to digest the milk sugar called lactose. Symptoms can look very much like a milk intolerance. If you think you or a family member may have a dairy intolerance, then a food intolerance test is the quickest way to find out. Elimination diets are also an option but you do need to keep a very strict food diary be patient this will take time. checkout ideas and tips here Food for Life
Milk & Cookies
What is Guar Gum?
Guar gum is a gluten-free thickening ingredient made from the guar bean. It also acts as a binder and volume enhancer, and is used in gluten-free baking to help provide the structure that normally comes from gluten.
It can work like a laxative if consumed in large quantities.
Substitutes: for xantham or guar gum are:- psyllium husk, ground chia seeds, and ground flax seeds these can all be used as substitutes for xanthan and guar gums. Use a one-to-one substitution.
Free From Products
Good News is
People get confused with Wheat Intolerance and Gluten Intolerance. In our experience 95% of people are Wheat or Grain Intolerant, and not Gluten Intolerant. Although the symptoms are very similiar, they are not usually as servere as being gluten intolerant. But can still be very distressing
Do i Have a wheat or gluten intolerance ?
What is Gluten
It is a mixture of two proteins present in grains, especially wheat, which is responsible for the elastic texture of dough. Gluten is a family of proteins found in grains like wheat, rye, spelt and barley. Of the gluten-containing grains, wheat is by far the most commonly consumed. The two main proteins, in gluten are glutenin and gliadin. It looks like play do its the substance (the glue) that binds and shapes bread etc.
Gluten free products
(In the free from section of the supermarket)
These products are low in amino acids, B vitamins, and iron. They also contain fermented sugars Oligosaccharides Disaccharides Monosaccharides Polyrols Fructose corn syrup may also be used not as healthy as you may think, so if you are grain intolerant and not gluten intolerant and you are eating these free from foods, you may well find more symptoms appear due to the fermented sugars in these products. A food intolerance test can put your mind at rest, or an elimination diet but be sure to keep an accurate food journal.
Wheat Intolerance symptoms
Wheat is tricky to completely remove from your diet as it appears to be in everything, however if you drastically reduce your intake, this could be enough to help your body get over difficulty with digesting wheat. You may think you have no problem with wheat but the symptoms can be tiredness, bloating and a general sluggish feeling in your body. It can also result in poor absorption of other foods as it clogs the colon resulting in your body becoming toxic and acidic. check out ideas and tips on Food for Life page
A list of the more frequent symptoms that are connected to grain intolerance these can
vary from person to person
1. Bloating with or without constipation.
2. Heartburn, indigestion.
3. Joint and muscle pains,
4. Extreme tiredness.
7. Stomach cramps.
8. Weight gain or loss.
9. Leaky gut syndrome.
12. Feeling full all the time.
Servere digestive problems (abdominal bloating, pain, gas, diarrhea, pale stools, and weight loss). A severe skin rash called dermatitis herpitiformis. Anemia (low blood count). Musculoskeletal problems (muscle cramps, joint and bone pain). Growth problems and failure to thrive (in children). Seizures. Tingling sensation in the legs (caused by nerve damage and low calcium). Aphthous ulcers (sores in the mouth). Missed menstrual periods. Thyroid disease. Type 1 diabetes. Lupus. Rheumatoid arthritis. Liver disease. Sjogren’s syndrome (a disorder that causes insufficient moisture production by the glands).
Telephone 0121 296 5268
World of Homoeopathy, 115, Zellig, The Custard Factory, Birmingham B9 4AT