Practitioner: Sue Leach
Cost: £55 (+£10 for desensitising remedy, if chosen)
Are you suffering from:
- digestive issues
- diarrhoea or constipation
- gut health issues?
It could well be that you are eating the wrong foods. Discover which foods you are sensitive to with our scan covering 99 foods, including all food groups and common things that feature in most people's diets.
This is a bioresonance scan that can be conducted in person at The Natural Health Hub or by sending us a hair sample. You will receive a full written report that includes:
- The foods that the scan has revealed your body has difficulty assimilating.
- Analysis of how much this sensitivity is affecting your system.
- Instructions on steps to take to reduce this sensitivity.
- (If chosen) A remedy to help improve your body's tolerance of these foods.
What the scan involves: in person consultations
In a 30-minute consultation our bioresonance practitioner will discuss your dietary concerns and, after giving you a full explanation of how the system works, will run the scan. This is not an allergy test, so no needles are involved. You simply hold the electronic probes while the Asyra bioresonance scanner tests your reactivity to the 99 foods. You will be given a full report, with analysis and instructions on the spot, plus your desensitising remedy if desired. Choose when you would like to come for your appointment using the booking system below.
Hair analysis scans
The same test can be conducted using a sample of your hair. Cut 4-5 strands of hair as close as possible to the root (it does not matter if is coloured or treated), fold into a sheet of paper and place in an envelope along with a stamped addressed envelope so we can send you your report. Post to The Natural Health Hub, 87b High Street, Lymington SO41 9AN, making sure you include your email address and whether you would like a desensitising remedy. We will contact you via email to ask about your dietary concerns and request payment, on receipt of which you will receive your results and report within 5 days.