FAQs

Frequently asked questions

How much does the test cost?
Adults: £55.00 | Children under 16: £30.00

What does the test involve?
The test is very simple and involves a Testing Device which is similar in appearance to a ballpoint pen, touching the tip of your finger on an acupuncture point.

During your consultation, you will be tested for over 81 substances, which include common foods and drinks, plus 25 minerals.

The body's electrical resistance alters when in contact with these substances. The body's electrical resistance will be affected if a particular substance is causing a problem.

How long does it take?
A consultation takes roughly 45-60 minutes and the results are instantaneous. While other providers can carry out a test in a shorter period, Donna's service is unique because she offers a thorough treatment giving advice and help.

Who can be tested?
Almost anyone, apart from those with a pacemaker and any child not on solid

food. Any prescribed medication being taken won't interfere with the test.

How many tests will I need?
After your initial consultation, one more follow-up session is advised for Donna to monitor your progress. You can always call with any questions in between as well.

Will I have to avoid certain foods forever?
This depends entirely on whether, after an initial 4 week programme, your body can cope with the foods when they are reintroduced into your diet. In some cases the 4 week period may need to be extended to give your body's immune and digestive system more time to get rid of the underlying problem.

What are Superfoods?

Superfoods consist of:
•Avacados
•Beans
•Blueberries
•Broccoli
•Cinammon
•Cocao Bean (Cocoa)
•Garlic
•Goji Berries
•Oats
•Oranges
•Pears
•Pumpkin
•Salmon
•Soy
•Spinach
•Tea (green or black)
•Tomatoes
•Turkey
•Walnuts

It is believed that when the foods listed above are included in your regular daily diet, that they can stop some of the changes that can lead to some major diseases.
What do superfoods do?
Walnuts are one of the best, providing an excellent source of plant based omega-3 fatty acids. Blueberries have a wonderful combination of multiple nutrients – Vitamin C, folic acid, fibre, carotenoids, plus hundreds of other compounds. Soy is incredibly beneficial for lowering cholesterol, so try adding foods such as tofu, soy milk, soy nuts, or the green soybeans to your diet. Beans and oats are packed with fibre, which is very important to help keep our cholesterol and blood sugar levels low, as well as maintaining healthy bowel function. Yoghurt and other dairy products provide great sources of calcium which is essential for strong bones and teeth, it also helps your muscles to contract, and your heart to beat.

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