Food al­lergy test

TRY SARA’S SIM­PLE METHOD TO SEE IF YOUR CUR­RENT DIET IS WORK­ING WELL FOR YOUR BODY AND HEALTH

In the Moment - - Living -

In the morn­ing, be­fore you eat or drink, take your pulse for a minute. Make sure you are re­laxed when you take it. Write down your BPM.

Chew the food that you want to test for at least 30 sec­onds, but don’t swal­low it.

With the food still in your mouth, take your pulse again for a fur­ther minute, and record your BPM.

Spit out the food and rinse your mouth with wa­ter.

If your BPM has risen by 6 or more, this in­di­cates a stress re­ac­tion in your body, so avoid that food for at least a month be­fore test­ing again.

Af­ter a month has passed, grad­u­ally rein­tro­duce small amounts of the food to see if you’re able to tol­er­ate it in lesser quan­ti­ties.

Don’t test a sec­ond food un­til your pulse has re­turned to its early morn­ing base­line.

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