About Our Test
For over ten years, our non-invasive testing method has proven to offer the most comprehensive results available in the world.
A winning combination of tried-and-testing technology; a safe and fast testing process in laboratory using a sample of hair to achieve world-class results.
Over the last ten years, we have developed our own bespoke allergy testing program to work alongside the very latest in bio-resonance technology.
Bio-resonance technology has been in use for over 50 years and continues to be researched, developed and improved. The technology can be mainly found in Northern Europe and Scandinavia, where medical practitioners often use it. And more recently, was introduced in government hospitals in China.
The basics of bio-resonance is that it can test the differences and changes in the body at a cellular level. Our hair stores this DNA type information and unlike blood will remain stored – when cut for up to three months. Blood can deteriorate as soon as a sample is taken from the body. This testing of changes in cells is important for allergies, as non-IgE Allergies are believed to be a reaction in the body’s T cells.
An IgE blood test will not identify these changes and can only identify IgE based allergies – equating for only 2% of all allergies. A cellular test is required for all other allergies (it is estimated at 43% of allergy sufferers have a cell based allergy).
The hair sample is placed into the equipment – each item is tested line by line against the recorded resonances of all 600 food and non-food items. Our laboratory assistants set the equipment to record any items showing a difference in frequency of 85% or above. Our testing and experience has shown this to be an optimum level to reveal allergens of these 600 individual items.
Once complete, a full personal report is generated.
The report will not only list items recorded at 85% and above, but will also provide you with a comprehensive list of where items can be found. The report is emailed within 14 working days of your sample being received at our laboratory.