By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Russell Shein
www.NutritionallyYoursTestKits.com

food sensitivity testing at homeDo you generally feel sick and nobody can tell you why? Have you noticed an ebb and flow of a good few days in a row and a bad few days in a row? Food sensitivities can cause this sort of effect. Food sensitivities can affect many systems in the body, including the skin, gut, pain centers, the brain, breathing, energy and can also have an effect on weight control and autoimmune diseases. Since every person is different – it can be difficult to identify exactly what foods are affecting you in what way. The general thing to look for is a cycle of good days and bad days with no explicit cause. Food sensitivity symptoms can take hours or even days to show up – making them even more difficult to trace. If any of the above sounds familiar, we recommend a food sensitivity test at home to figure out exactly which foods are contributing to symptoms in your body. Every person has a unique body, and thus we process foods differently. Food sensitivity symptoms can worsen over time and can make day to day life challenging. By identifying problem foods, you can get on the path to a healthier you.

We have seen many different test results. Common everyday foods come up positive on people. Lettuce, corn, feta, spinach, apple, chicken, wheat, egg, even healthy foods can cause food sensitivity reactions. Take out the guess work! Try a food sensitivity test! You can order through our website, you do not need a medical doctor to order this test. We mail the results and full color rotation diet to you in a few weeks.

YES! You can order food sensitivity testing at home! It is easy!

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Medical disclaimer: Testing 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.