1. What is the food intolerance?
An unexpected reaction in the body caused after the ingestion of a certain food, and that affects the metabolism.
2. How do I know if I should make a test of food intolerance?
Los síntomas de una intolerancia alimentaria pueden aparecer hasta 72 horas después de haber encontrado un alimento y manifestarse de diferentes formas: digestiones pesadas, diarrea, estreñimiento, gases, molestias intestinales, hinchazón del estómago, dolor, dolor de cabeza, Dolores articulares, pérdida de peso, retraso en el crecimiento (niños) ...
3. How can the test help me?
It is a valuable information tool that helps to know what foods feel good, if you have intolerance or which are digested worse.
4. Does the test hurt?
Not at all, the patient does not notice anything. You can perform almost all types of people (not those who have a pacemaker incorporated or an ICD and pregnant women).
5. What are the differences between allergies and intolerances?
In allergy the symptoms are usually immediate to the ingestion of the food affecting different systems (respiratory, digestive and cutaneous), sometimes reaching, if symptoms are severe, to anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction).
6. What is lactose intolerance?
It is produced when the organism ceases to produce lactase (enzyme that digests lactose) in the small intestine and this can not be assimilated, causing various digestive symptoms.
7. What is gluten intolerance (protein from the seeds of some cereals)?
It is an autoimmune disorder characterized by chronic inflammation of the proximal part of the small intestine by exposure to gluten.
8. What is fructose intolerance (fruit sugar)?
It may be weak or very acute and is caused by a defect in the transport system which is responsible for the absorption of fructose in the small intestine.
9. How often should I test for food intolerance?
Each time there is a hormonal change (menopause or pregnancy) and in severe weight gain and loss (minimum of 10 kg)
10. Do intolerances affect athletes and their performance?
Yes, it can lead to nutrient absorption deficiencies that provide the "raw material" needed to develop strength, energy, development and muscle growth and concentration. By not taking advantage of its nutrients, the body would begin to weaken and then to have deficiencies and, therefore, a poor performance.
11. Can a food intolerance cause skin problems?
Yes, it may appear hives, itching or stinging, redness of the skin, eczema, scales and / or atopic skin.
12. How is a food intolerance treated?
The first is to seek the professional help of a registered dietitian to make sure that nutrients are not excluded from the diet when you replace or replace food. It may be sufficient to limit the size of the rations that are consumed from the food in question, to avoid symptoms, to read the information about the ingredients of the labels, and to know which foods cause allergies, intolerance or asthma.
13. Can an intolerance affect school performance?
Yes, some problems caused by intolerance are often a frequent cause of scholar absenteeism.
14. Are these tests reliable?
Today our food intolerance test is reliable, safe and economical, giving a result of 216 foods + preservatives and additives + minerals and trace elements.
15. How long does it take to get the result?
It is immediate, the test takes about 10 minutes.
16. What are you going to give me along with the result?
Once the test of intolerance is finished, the nutritionist offers you the best food recommendations to each patient with a custom diet and the report of the test, which will be taken at the same time, avoiding unnecessary displacements.
1. Does nutrition affect a child's school performance?
An inadequate diet based on fats and sugars can negatively influence your mental and cognitive development and impair your ability to calculate, read or solve problems, which makes it easier to fall into school failure.
2. Can nutrition improve atopic skin in the child?
To prevent atopic skin in children, it is important to know how to care for the bowel and its defenses; They are often associated with food intolerances (especially in milk, flour and egg) that intensify their underlying skin problem.
3. Does it influence the character of the child?
Experts agree that the child's mood has a close relationship with feeding. The level of malnutrition represented in the form of overweight, for example, prevents the child from carrying out his daily activity with total normality, so that the coexistence of the same makes it a more difficult process.
4. Can nutrition improve belly discomfort?
The child may have abdominal pain for many reasons, most often derived from constipation, gas, food intolerances, gastric acidity, etc ... for it is essential to take care of the stomach with adequate nutrition to avoid imbalances.
5. Does it influence the child's rest?
In addition to diet, eating habits influence the child's sleep; There are foods that are eaten before going to sleep, such as those made from flour, legumes, dairy or those that are very high in fat, can cause the child to not rest well and can alter the growth process of the child.
1. What does it mean to request the services of a personal trainer?
The personal trainer is a professional who knows several methods of training either to achieve an improvement in athletic performance or to get in shape, in addition to having the necessary knowledge to adapt the exercises to your needs, in such a way that progression and evolution is Much safer and faster.
2. I don't have time, what can I do?
You only need 30 minutes. However, it is advisable that you establish a routine, a schedule so that it is easier for you follow the training and thus, perceive the results more reliable.
3. What results can I expect?
The results depend on the willingness to follow the diets, trainings, etc., genetics, physical limitations, diseases, initial physical condition and availability.
What we can guarantee, is that whenever you follow the plan proposed by your personal trainer, you will achieve the objectives that you have marked much faster than by any other means, experiencing remarkable changes week by week with which you will be completely satisfied.
4. What is a customized training program?
Each session begins with a warm-up, followed by the specific program adapted to reach your goals, ending with a stretching session.
5. Whatever my biotype, can I improve my physique?
Sanytest has extensive experience in treating clients with these limitations, improving their fitness and health by adapting their exercise routine and nutrition to their conditions and limitations.
6. How many times a week will I have to train to get my goal?
Basically, there are still no specific number of days set, a minimum of 3 workouts per week is advisable to expect notable changes.
7. How can I get in touch with my coach?
Through the mobile phone via WhatsApp or email, you can comment on the feelings of training, diet, doubts, etc ...