Nutrition and healthy eating. Food intolerance identification

Food Intolerance Testing

The Test performs by: Personal Diet “Rationing” Clinic in St.Petersburg,
website – http://gemotest.org/
You specialist – Svetlana Guseinova

Svetlana is the General Director of Personal Diet “Rationing” Clinic in St.Petersburg.
Specialists in healthy diet, fluid balance, insuring the right combination of ingredients and methods of cooking. This is based on the ” Hemotest ” test sensitivity results.

Food Intolerance Associated Conditions:
Food intolerance test can help with a range of common conditions including IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), Weight gain /Overweight & Obesity, Bloating, Reflux, Indigestion, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Chronic inflammatory,Sinusitis, Arthritis, Eczema/Acne, Asthma, Hayfever, Migraine/Headaches, Recurring cystitis, Depression , Libido …

HEMOTEST metod – what is it?

The Hemotest uses a blood test to identify “IgG” and “IgE” antibodies that the person has to certain foods, to identify hidden food intolerances and food allergies.
The Consultant then helps the selection and compilation of “individual” nutritional program to help restore the immune system and the resumption of normal metabolic processes
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Each of us are unique in our ability to absorb and digest food, and remove metabolic products.
Ideally, by-products of the digestive process must leave the organism without blocking and without overburdening the cleaning system of the organism (mainly kidneys).
If the enzymes of the gastrointestinal tract and gut bacteria can not cope with the splitting of food components – proteins, fats and carbohydrates to monomers (building blocks), then produce large molecules – macromolecule.
The macromolecules can penetrate from the digestive system into the bloodstream. The immune system responds to the invasion of macromolecules elaboration of a special protein – antibodies. The antibodies bind to macromolecules, and removed them from the body.
As these molecules can spread the circulatory system in various organs and tissues, which will be the target of attack of the immune system. This process can invariably leads to health problems.
That is why analysing the patient’s serum in the IgG immunoglobulin, we can accurately identify the reactive (hazardous) ingredients.
A person may be sensitive to one or more product groups. Unpleasant symptoms may be a signal about the presence in your body and associated food sensitivities. Do not ignore these signals.
The most important thing: the hidden food intolerance is now easily diagnosed by laboratory methods. Based on the results an individual program can be supplied.
After the results of this program, you will know exactly what products will bring you energy, health and beauty.

At the day of your test , you will first be seen by one of the Personal Diet “Rationing” clinic specialists. Having assessed your case, the specialist will be explaining to you the significance of the readings and will advise on how best to implement the necessary dietary changes. Then a blood sample will be taken and sent to the laboratory for analysis. This process takes approximately two weeks. Then the results are released – your practitioner will examine them and will go through the test results in a letter ( via Email).
the Sample of a test result sheet ( will be presented in English):

Some useful information :

Could the foods you believe are beneficial to your health actually cause you to feel bloated, low in energy and gain weight?
Food intolerance testing is a method of identifying foods which react adversely with your systems.
The “IgG& IgE food intolerance test – where blood is drawn in order to be studied for the presence of a specific antibody.
The test are very much in demand. Allergy UK suggests that between 33%-45% of adults now suffer from a food intolerance or allergy.
There is a difference between the terms “allergy” and “intolerance.
Dr Clarke, a consultant gastroenterologist at Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe, offers a comprehensive differentiation between the two.
“An allergy is a response by your body’s immune system to a foreign protein which would be termed an antigen that is inappropriate,” he explains. They cause rapid reactions within the body which can sometimes lead to swelling, wheezing, and at worst, anaphylactic shock. Testing for a food allergy is “clear cut”, when a blood test can identify the presence of IgA antibodies. IgA antibodies are known to relate and be found in the gut when a subject consumes an allergen.
“A food intolerance,” he says, “is a general term that means if you’re exposed to a particular food stuff, you develop what might be a variety of symptoms; discomfort, bloating, increased flatulence and many more”

Allergy or Intolerance?
There is considerable confusion between allergy and intolerance. The “Hemotest” is performs in food intolerance testing. Allergy and intolerance is very different.
The term Allergy is used to describe those cases in which the adverse reaction to food occurs almost immediately, usually within one hour. The reaction is obvious and often quite violent, for example developing a swollen lip or tongue after eating peanuts, or becoming violently sick after eating shellfish. True food allergies are quite rare and affect only a small percentage of the population.
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the sinus pathways also know as sinusitis is a very common inflammatory condition. Sinusitis can be caused by food intolerance which causes the swelling and mucous production within the sinus pathways. Sinusitis is the primary cause of post-nasal drip which causes mucous to continuously drip down the back of throat. It can lead to lung infections and other forms of respiratory distress.
The term Food Intolerance, on the other hand, affects a great number of people. The symptoms of food intolerance rarely occur immediately after the food is eaten. In fact, the reaction is usually delayed by many hours or even several days. For example, the cheese eaten on Monday could be the cause of Wednesday’s asthma attack or Sinusitus. It is these delayed reactions which make the detection of the culprit foods a very difficult task without the help of expert laboratory testing.
Food Intolerance affects a great number of people. The symptoms of food intolerance rarely occur immediately after the food is eaten.
The condition begins when the digestive system is no longer able to process particular foods as they pass down through the digestive tract. The end result is the build-up of many poisonous intestinal toxins.
This toxic mix irritates and makes permeable the gut wall and eventually these undigested foods and toxins make their way into the bloodstream. These toxins are then carried throughout the body where they cause infection and inflammation in other organs and body systems.
These toxins eventually begin to seep into the blood stream and are carried throughout the body. This results in a broad list of conditions ranging from skin problems, athritis, sinusitis, to asthma and many more.
Many conditions – such as irritable bowel, asthma, eczema, psoriasis arthritis, sinusitis, migraine etc – are in fact nothing more than different manifestations of inflammation caused by food intolerance. If the problem foods can be identified accurately and removed from the diet, there will be a very significant improvement in health.

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