Food Sensitivity Testing – The Key to Optimizing Your Health


Are you constantly bloated?

Are you constipated?

Do you feel tired after eating?

Unable to lose that last 10 lbs?

So you’re “eating clean” and making healthy choices, but still find you relate to these symptoms?

Well, you’re not alone. The bad news is just because it’s common, it doesn’t make this normal. The good news? We can help!

We’ve said it before, but the key to optimizing your health, and ultimately, your life, starts with your diet. A real, nutritious diet is the foundation of optimal living.

If you’ve been following our PHC perspective series, and following our tips to creating a healthy diet, you’re off to a good start! What you may not know though is that eating “healthy” is much more than eating clean.

What does clean eating really mean? I have spoken to hundreds of people and everybody has a different definition, but the fact of the matter is, it means something different to each body.

At PHC, we encourage all of our clients to come in a get a complete a Food Sensitivity Test. With a non-invasive, painless Electro-Dermal Screening Test, we assess your body’s reaction to 165 of the most common foods.


We then give you your results on the spot and provide you with a specific protocol to help you get your body and energy back.


The damage caused to your gastrointestinal tract can not only keep your body from getting the nutrients it needs, it can also disrupt your sleep patterns and negatively impact your mood, hormones, and body composition.

So many people waste their money on supplements, adrenal panels, and flat-out guesswork, but why not start at the most obvious solution? You eat at least 3 meals daily, so why not get the most out of them?

A healthy gut is the foundation of optimal health, and eating the right foods for you is a decision your body will thank you for in the long run!


by Hari

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