EDS - Food & Environmental Sensitivities

Food and environmental sensitivities can have a dramatic impact on overall health. Identifying and eliminating them through electrodermal screening (EDS) can be a powerful step on your healing path.

Although the simplest method of treating a food sensitivity would be to eliminate all pertinent foods, determining the foods that affect you most may be a long and difficult process. Food and Environmental sensitivity testing is a quick and reliable resource to determine specific sensitivities. Armed with a list of over 200 of the most common foods and environmental components, and your readings on each of them, you will be able to make better and more appropriate nutritional and lifestyle choices. This information will assist you in attaining and maintaining optimum health.

EDS is painless, non-invasive, and accurate. EDS measures both histamine and non-histamine responses to substances which many tests are not able to do. 

Live Cell Microscopy

Live blood analysis differs from traditional medical blood testing in which preserved blood is sent to a laboratory for an "autopsy" and analyzed for chemical composition and cell counts.  Live blood work involves magnifying a single living drop of blood, taken from a fingertip prick, to 1,000 times or more under a microscope. The cells of the blood live for at least 20 minutes and with the aid of a video camera, are observed on a monitor, revealing certain subtleties missed by laboratory blood tests.

Although the diseases themselves cannot be actually seen under a microscope, live blood analysis allows altered “blood ecology” patterns to be observed. These patterns allow disease imbalances to occur over time and the idea is to modify and improve sub-optimal patterns before serious trouble such as disease arises.

EDS Technician

Food Sensitivity

Live Cell Microscopy

Holistic Nutrition

Serving Carleton Place, Smiths Falls & Surrounding Areas

Tel: 613.240.8364

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