Discover Your Food Allergies At Home
The following test can be used to identify any allergy or sensitivity you may have to a food, drink, inhalant, substance or just anything. It is called The Pulse Test and it is just as accurate as any medical testing for allergies. Identifying allergens is important when your body is sick or weak because the body requires much more energy to break down substances that cannot be digested or metabolized (which is what creates an allergen). Any type of skin complaint or scalloped tongue (teeth marks around the edges) are signs that you may need to check for allergens. There are three basic steps to your allergy test:
1 Take your pulse.
2 Consume or expose yourself to the questionable item or substance (if it’s an inhaled toxin or allergen, expose yourself for 10 minutes).
3 Wait five minutes, and retake your pulse.
After the five-minute wait, if your pulse is 12 beats or more higher than it was before you exposed yourself to the item or substance, you have an allergy or sensitivity to that item. Sensitivity means your body is reacting on a metabolic level that has no visible proof. Obviously, do not run or do anything that might contribute to a pulse variation while conducting this test.
Many people feel allergies are the cause of their problem, but the body should adapt to any natural substance, which means any food naturally found in creation. The body should not have allergies to foods such as seafood, corn, rice, gluten, casein, etc. If there are allergies, it is a sign that the body is no longer digesting, assimilating or metabolizing the substance in question. The lack of adaptation is being caused by excessive accumulated toxins, the same thing that causes all other disease. While allergies are not always viewed as an “illness”, they should be considered a prelude to disease, not just an annoying symptom. While the body often needs to be given a rest from the foods it is allergic to, even if it is metabolically rather than symptomatic, correction of the cause of the allergy should make it possible to once again enjoy the foods (or animals) you are currently allergic to. Fasting would be very beneficial.