Food Tolerance/Intolerance Testing - Muscle Response Testing
Muscle response testing is one
way to determine what every individual person may or may not tolerate any particular
It is also called applied kinesiology, and most often tested muscles are muscles of the
It is also called compatibility test. You are tested for compatibility with different foods, medicines or different objects.
You can be tested for different medications, different foods, tooth fillings, clothes, compatibility with certain house, compatibility with certain room, compatibility with certain bed, and just about anything else. You can't test yourself. Testing must be done by an experienced practitioner of muscle response testing + one person who will be a helper.
If person's muscle is weak when a sample of a food item or medication is hold on the stomach, that means that person does not tolerate that particular food or medication that moment.
If you repeat testing for many different foods many times, you can get very reliable lists of foods that you tolerate.
For this test to be reliable ... you must be tested by someone else, and for the best results ... there should be 2 persons performing testing, person A and B.
Person B is choosing foods, and writing down what is your reaction on the food.
Second person, person A is doing muscle testing with samples of food. All samples must be equal by size and weight. The best is to have all samples inside identical glass jars. Jars with samples must be hidden inside a cotton bag, and person A who is doing muscle response testing, as well as you who is being tested, should not know what particular food you are tested for. The only person with that knowledge is person B, the person who is preparing bags and jars ...
When A determines to what degree you are able to tolerate (or not tolerate) the tested sample, A reports results to B, and B writes it down.
There could be 3 different results: Beneficial (+), Neutral (+-), Avoid (-)
If the sample is extremely
beneficial for you, B writes down (+)
If the sample is neutral, B writes down (+-)
If the sample is something that you should avoid, B writes down (-)
In the end, B is holding a list of all foods, and beside each food item that you have been tested for, there is a sign explaining what is your relationship with that food. Once test is finished, you are allowed to see the list.
If this kind of testing is repeated several times, in the end you will have a reliable list of foods that you can tolerate or that you should avoid.
If you are sick, you should emphasize on eating only "beneficial" foods, with some amount of "neutral" foods occasionally.
If you are healthy, you can eat both "beneficial" and "neutral" foods, and occasionally you may taste some of the "avoids".
If you want to get sick, you eat only "Avoids" food.
Beware that our tolerance to foods changes with time ... and it is smart to repeat testing at least once a year.