INTOLERANCE TESTING

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Be confident about what you eat

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

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Could the foods you eat be making you ill?

 

Most reactions to foods may not be life-threatening however, they can make the us feel extremely unwell and may have an impact on our work and social life.

Intolerance to a particular food doesn’t always produce symptoms immediately, taking from anywhere between a few hours and a few days to show up.

Many symptoms can have a possible link to food intolerance, some of them include:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Aches and pains
  • Acne
  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Diarrhoea
  • Eczema
  • Fatigue
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Itching
  • Fluid retention
  • Headaches
  • Hyperactivity
  • Migraine
  • Nausea
  • Rashes
  • Rhinitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Stomach Cramps
  • Tension
  • Tiredness
  • Uritcaria
  • Weight loss / weight gain

At Pinnacle Fitness & Health, we use the industry leading Lorisian Food Intolerance Testing

The tests are quick and easy – a small sample of blood is taken from your finger and sent for analysis of specific food IgG antibody reactions.

Your results come back to us after 7 to 10 days and we will go through the results with you as soon as they arrive.

 

What tests are available?

Pinnacle offer 4 Lorisian tests that test different numbers of ingredients.

All of our tests include a 30-45min consultation, detailing a breakdown of how you should move forward using your new information, as well as supplement advice and any a chance to answer any questions that you may have.

Lorisian 50 –
Analyses your IgG antibody reaction to 50 food ingredients – £200
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Lorisian 75 –
Analyses your IgG antibody reaction to 75 food ingredients – £240
Which foods does this test?

 

Lorisian 100 –
Analyses your IgG antibody reaction to 100 food ingredients – £280
Which foods does this test?

 

Lorisian 150 –
Analyses your IgG antibody reaction to 150 food ingredients – £360
Which foods does this test?

 

Within three of four days of not eating those foods, I could see my skin healing. It was incredible.

My depression has totally lifted and my whole attitude to food and life has changed.

After a few weeks, I noticed I was feeling less bloated and was feeling better about myself.

I experienced a return of my sense of taste and smell which is huge.

Make an Intolerance Test Enquiry

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To stay actively fit and healthy we are advised by experts to walk 10,000 steps on average a day. But what if our feet are not bio mechanically efficient enough to support this? ... See MoreSee Less

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#mondaymotivation Make it a good one guys ... See MoreSee Less

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

Tag a friend and share if you anyone whose suffers with this. This week will look at ways to combat this through exercise and treatment.
... See MoreSee Less

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