Gums bleeding? Rough and bumpy skin? Loss of hair? If you recognise all of these symptoms then the chances are you may have a vitamin deficiency. Well, Allergy Tests’s Premier Hair tests are just the solution for you, and we are about to tell you why. You won’t believe how important some of these vitamins are to our body,
If you have a well-balanced diet and are careful about what you eat, it is likely you are consuming all the nutrients and vitamins that you need to live a healthy life. However, some of us, and we’re all guilty of it, do not vary our diet and may be missing out on the crucial vitamin. The hardest part is to learn and identify what we need to change about our diet to make sure we eat healthier and cleaner.
Well, it was hard. Now with our TYI Labs advanced test, we have made this as easy and simple for you as possible. Testing 800 different food and non-food items, we identify what you are intolerant to, and what vitamins you need to consume more of. In a simple, easy-to-understand report, you will learn exactly what you can and cannot eat, as well as an exclusive nutrition and metals toxicity test. Receiving your results within 7-10 working days of us receiving your results, you will learn exactly what vitamins you need to improve your lifestyle.
Three reasons why vitamins are important?
It stops the symptoms. That is the most important thing. Vitamin deficiencies are hard to identify as many of us do not look closely enough at the ingredients when buying products, but more at the number of calories and what ingredients we may be intolerant to.
A well-balanced and nutritious diet has many benefits, but an unhealthy diet can cause you severe pain and nuisances. If you are starting to notice that you are losing your hail are your nails are becoming more brittle the day, it is best that you solve this issue.
1. I bruise easily.
A lack of vitamin C is perhaps one of the most well-known vitamin deficiencies and is usually associated with scurvy. For those who do not think that their 5-a-day is important, eating fruit and vegetables will immediately increase your intake of vitamin C, and you can leave that bruised skin behind. If you are noticing that your skin is becoming increasingly rough and bumpy in places, and your gums are starting to bleed, you likely have a lack of vitamin C. Of course, with our advanced Bioresonance tests, you can put your mind at rest by learning what is causing these symptoms, and you can start to introduce more fruit and vegetables to your diet.
2. The Winter Curse
We get a lot of vitamin D from sunlight. Yes, sunlight can make us happy and healthy. ‘But we live in Britain’, we can hear you shout. Well, the sun is shining on us this Summer and you are likely making the most of the sun, and therefore increasing your intake of vitamin D. However, in the winter, when the sun is not shining anymore, people’s levels of vitamin D decreases, leading to aching bones as we lack serotonin. If our Bioresonance tests detect that you have a decreased level of vitamin D, then you should speak to a specialist, doctor or health professional who can evaluate your diet. Others have identified other symptoms of a lack of vitamin D, and this advice can help you move forward once we have analysed your sample.
3. Beat the Bloat
When you were younger, you were undoubtedly taught to eat more and more of your fruit and veg. Eating bananas can considerably increase the levels of potassium in your body and will contribute to you being able to beat the bloat. If you are experiencing bloat on a regular basis and our Bioresonance tests have identified that you are suffering from a lack of potassium, then have a chat with a nutritionist, doctor or health professional about the changes you need to make to your diet.
Remember, we can help you become healthier
Helping you to become a healthier you, the team here at TYI Labs are here to provide advice and help you understand your body. If you would like to know more about what our Hair tests can offer, then head over to www.allergytest.co and have a chat with our customer service advisors who are available on a 24-hour basis, 5 days a week.