The current poor diet and the fast pace of life are the causes that more and more people suffer from digestive problems. Test through electrical resistance where you can know which foods are potentially harmful to the patient. With the test results we will elaborate a personalized diet to improve the quality of life.
How can the test help you?
Knowing what foods are good for you, if you have intolerance or which one digests worse, can help your body. In general terms, we can state that this test helps you to:
- Lose weight
- Gain vitality and feel better
- Knowing what foods cause discomfort and thus avoid them
- Learn to eat well
With this information the specialist will be able to elaborate a diet adapted to your needs
How long does it take to get the result?
The result is immediate, the test takes about 10 minutes and once completed, the nutritionist will dedicate the necessary time to offer the best dietary recommendations to each patient, who will take the report at the same moment, avoiding additional displacements.
Is it an annoying test?
Absolutely not, the patient does not notice anything, the test can be performed on almost all types of people (except persons with a pacemaker or an ICD and pregnant women) and the only necessary requirements are: that the patient must be present for the test with 2h of fasting and not having taken gastric protectors on the day of the test.
What does it consist of?
The test is based on the application of the Voll Method. It is a method by which the electrical resistance exerted by the control points (acupuncture points and Voll points) is measured, making it possible to perform an authentic measurement of the state of organs and systems. Through the food intolerance test you will be able to know which foods are potentially harmful to the patient. In this way, information of remarkable value will be provided to the specialist, helping him to a more concise evaluation and a better dietary prescription.
2h in Fasting
DO NOT TAKE GASTRIC PROTECTORS ON TEST DAY
Duration of the test
Customized Diet Delivery
How to know if a food intolerance test should be done?
A test of intolerance tells us what foods a person normally consumes in his daily life are responsible for causing a worsening of the symptoms of the pathology he presents.
- Gastrointestinal disorders:
Constipation and/or diarrhea, gas, abdominal swelling, gastric discomfort, heavy digestion, excessive salivation...
- Dermatological processes:
Acne, atopic skin, eczema, psoriasis, dry skin...
- Neurological discomfort:
Headache, migraine, ringing in the ears, dizziness, loss of sensation in the extremities...
- Psychological disorders:
Anxiety, depression, fatigue, hypersensitivity, memory loss, sleep disorder...
- Respiratory distress:
Asthma, rhinitis, shortness of breath, sinusitis...
- Articular system:
Arthritis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, inflamed joints...
- Metabolic disorders:
Cellulite, obesity, fluid retention, resistance to weight loss...