- Food Intolerance Test
- 30-minute doctor’s assessment
- Results interpretation and consultation with Nutritionist-Dietitian
- 1-hour Doctor consultation
- Follow-up nutrition consult
Do you feel bloated after meals, tired or foggy at certain times of the day, or get random headaches or migraines for no apparent reason? These might be symptoms of food intolerance.
Although usually not life-threatening, the immune system’s intolerance of certain foods and substances may cause you to feel unwell, affecting your daily function and productivity and wreaking havoc on your overall health.
Knowing your intolerances through our Food Intolerance Test can help you better understand your body and make necessary adjustments to your diet in order to regain normalcy and achieve optimal health.
Unlike allergies, food intolerances are usually not immediate, so it is harder to trace what you might have eaten that’s causing your body to react negatively. Food intolerances can lead to a lot of unpleasant long-term effects and deprive your body of proper nutrition, leading to more serious health issues.
LifeScience is the first health and wellness facility in the country to successfully use the Food Intolerance Test as a tool in guiding the health of our clients. Developed by the Cambridge Nutritional Sciences (CNS), the Food Intolerance Test is a state-of-the-art immunoassay based on microarray technology to detect food-specific IgG antibodies.
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Every form of allergy disrupts our lives. Whether it’s rhinitis, eczema, hives, asthma, diarrhea, food reactions, abdominal pain, or conjunctivitis, each type of allergy gets in the way of how we live. Imagine dealing with it as an adult. You get a flare-up almost frequently without knowing what’s causing it. You’ve eliminated every possible food item or allergen and yet, the allergy persists.
Our body’s systems are more interconnected than we think. A dysfunction in one system affects the other parts of the body. The gut is responsible for absorbing nutrients, not to mention communicating with the brain, regulating our hormones, and promoting our immune health. By taking care of your gut, you’re helping your whole body.