You say tomato, I say Uh-Oh!
Are common foods causing problems in your life? Are you struggling with weight loss, headaches, body aches & pains, skin irritations, tiredness or irritability? Would you like to identify the 'culprit', once and for all?
The ALCAT Test identiﬁes reactions to over 300 foods, chemicals and other substances associated with inﬂammation that are linked to chronic health problems like migraines, aching joints, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, eczema, hyperactivity/ADD, asthma and even obesity. ALCAT classiﬁes the intolerances as severe, moderate and mild. It then provides a long list of acceptable foods, personalized for your body and your immune system. If you focus your nutritional intake on the safe or non reactive foods identiﬁed in your results, your body will be able to recover from chronic reactions to the trigger foods (severe or moderate intolerances) and within weeks most symptoms will disappear. The good news is that you don't necessarily have to give up these foods forever. Once your body is detoxed for 3-6 months, you can effectively reset your allergy/sensitivity button to zero and slowly reintroduce the foods one by one. The ALCAT Test and its dietary system requires no magic, no drugs, and no surgery. Just common sense, a little compliance and the application of known physiological principles, using a carefully worked out, tried and trusted eating method. The results offer optimal wellness through customized nutrition, and can provide relief from long time issues that have interrupted your health, as well as increased vitality, longevity and well being.
Obtaining the balance you desire might be one simple blood test away. If you manage the food tolerances identiﬁed in this test, there is a better than 80% chance that your problem will be helped or cured; naturally and without drugs. Optimal health is within you reach, and with the ALCAT testing, it's easier than ever... contact me now to discuss how to take the next important step towards long term well being. Yours in Health, Lisa Chapman