Chemical sensitivity

Actually, you don’t know any more what you are eating…

Particularly in industrially processed food a variety of substances may be added to influence shelf life, taste and appearance. In susceptible individuals, these additives may lead to adverse effects on health and wellbeing.

There may be disturbances and abnormal colonization of the intestinal flora, leading to inflammation or fungal infections in the gastrointestinal area and manifest in multiple symptoms, IE rash or migraines etc.

Birthday cake, candy, ice – not only children love brightly colored food. U.S. studies and a study by the University of Southampton in the EU have demonstrated the relationship between the consumption of colorings and hyperactivity in children (ADHD): The use of a mixture of azo colors in children can lead to hyperactivity and attention disorders.

Many sweets such as gummy bears, candy, sodas, jelly, but also pastries are stained with the potentially problematic chemicals. What is not so obvious: Even in sausage, meat, canned goods, bread and industrial pre-packaged food, cosmetics, creams, shampoo, cleaning products … the list is long, are often added colors, preservatives and chemicals.

Even people, who eat primarily organic, are not safe from additives.

The ALCAT Test™ is designed to help identifying intolerant substances in your food environment.