There are many benefits to undergoing food intolerance testing at Dublin Vitality Center. Food intolerance testing is a major part of a functional gut health protocols which aims to target symptoms of digestive issues, skin, and maybe even boast mood. For those who have tried and failed to establish medical reasons for digestive issues, then the next step is to look at food intolerances.
There are many reasons why food intolerance tests are a good idea. The fundamental benefit of having a test is to find out the foods that are causing symptoms and imbalances within the body. If you have visited your doctor, undergone all medical tests, and still cannot find out why bloating, and gut health issues and symptoms are present, it is likely that you would benefit from a food intolerance test at Dublin Vitality Centre. Very often food intolerances manifest as the following:
Aside from food intolerances and dehydration, many people develop bowel issues because they simply do not like going to the bathroom. Let's go back to the scenario in the case studies where John said that he didn't like going to the bathroom when he was in school. Well, when he ignored the call to go to the bathroom, the little neurotransmitters in his brain that send the impulse message along thought that he didn't want to hear it. So it turned the volume down. After years and years of doing this, John became deaf to the call of your bowel. You too may have lost the ability to communicate with your wonderful gut for various reasons. One is laxatives which weaken and slack the muscle of your gut. One is ignoring the need to go to the bathroom. One is that your bowel switches off and shuts down by itself during times of stress or through contact with the wrong foods. That incredible organ that is so fundamental to every part of your life and health. So you end up constipated bloated and heavy.
Consider having a food intolerance test along with colonic hydrotherapy, liver cleansing and probiotic implants. It consists of the following
Week 1: Colonic hydrotherapy - 1 hour
Week 2: Colonic hydrotherapy + Food Intolerance Test + Body MOT - 2 hours
Week 3: Colonic + Liver Coffee Enema/ Probiotic Implant - 1 hour
If you are interested in reading more about Gut Health, you might consider purchasing Gut Happiness by writer and wellbeing pioneer Frances Flannery.