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Food Sensitivity Test
The gut and skin enjoy a constant dialogue via what has become known as the gut-skin axis. If you have an unhealthy gut it can have a big impact on your overall health and impact your skincare and cause common skin conditions, including acne, dry skin, psoriasis, inflammation, atopic dermatitis (eczema) and rosacea. The gut microbiome is the bacteria found in your intestines that influences your overall health, especially your skin.
If you are looking for glowing, healthy-looking skin - start from your gut.
Optiway is a Food Sensitivity Test that tests a full menu of 222 different types of food.
There is a common misconception between an allergy and a food sensitivity. While allergies can appear almost instantly and be life threatening, Food sensitivity symptoms can take up to 72 hours to appear.
Food sensitivity is quite common, affecting approximately 45% of the population. Food sensitivity can however have a negative impact on many aspects of a person’s daily activities and cause significant discomfort.
Being tested for Food Sensitivity with the OptiWay Test is easy. The test is done by medical practitioners and dieticians by administering a quick finger prick that will provide a blood sample. The sample is then analysed by a laboratory, which generates a colour-coded tailor-made report, which is first presented by the medical practitioner, and then given to the person to take home.
The OptiWay Food Sensitivity Support Guide will assist you to remove or reduce reactive foods from your diet, avoid nutrient deficiencies when eliminating reactive food, substitute with similar alternatives, strengthen your immune system, and reintroduce foods responsibly. You will finally have the answer as to whether it’s the aubergine you had yesterday or the tuna from earlier this week that’s led to your uncomfortable cramping, or whether you really should have that slice of toast with your eggs. And just imagine the immense benefits involved for moms when it comes to children’s lunchtime and possible reactions to a recipe that’s been handed down through generations!
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