By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Michelle Tuffs
Do you ever wonder if there are foods you are eating that may be causing symptoms or health challenges? Do you wonder if an environmental substance, a medication or even an herb you are taking is safe for you to take? There is an easy way for you to get these questions answered in ONE easy test! It is called an ALCAT test. The purpose of ALCAT testing IS to provide you with the answers you need regarding food and other substances and how they affect your body and immune system.
The Purpose of ALCAT Testing is to find food sensitivities or intolerances. Your blood will be exposed to hundreds of different foods and other substances, with emphasis on white blood cell reaction. This is known as flow cytometry and cell impedance methodology. In this way, not only can more potential causes be investigated, more information can be provided in the results which can help you determine a diet and lifestyle that will most benefit your health goals. Knowing how food plays a role in your body will help you personalize your meals and most likely make an enormous change in your lifestyle!
The Purpose of Alcat Testing, whether it’s merely to discover what is causing an adverse reaction or a better way to lose weight without resorting to a fad diet, the ALCAT test has the potential to become a fantastic nutritional guide!
Results are returned to you in a full color easy to understand rotation diet. You can order your ALCAT test kit online at Nutritionallyyourstestkits.com call us.
If you feel that you are experiencing food sensitivities or reaction symptoms finding a healthier path with your ALCAT test results could be an incredible change in life for the better!
We are here to help you find your way back to feeling amazing and getting the answers you need!
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Medical disclaimer: Our tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.