What is VEGA (food intolerance) Testing?
Very simply, it’s an electronic device designed to take readings from the skin’s surface. Once a food sample is placed in the machine, any changes in readings taken indicate issues with that food.
The test does not require a blood sample and is not painful. NOTE: VEGA is a Food Intolerance test – for allergies, a blood test is required.
After the test, I will provide you with dietary recommendations (including exclusion sheets for common food issues which include Corn, Dairy, Soya, Sugar, Wheat and Yeast) and advice about how to manage your diet to deal with the results.
Below is a list of the foods and drinks tested.
|FISH & SEAFOOD|
|NUTS & SEEDS|
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