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Food Intolerance Test

A food “sensitivity” is far more common than a food “allergy”, with which it is often confused. 

Food Sensitivty Test Belfast

Food Sensitivities can take hours, days or even weeks or longer to manifest symptoms.


A food “allergy” on the other hand, causes a hypersensitive reaction of the immune system and usually reveals itself within a few minutes of eating or being exposed to the offending allergen.

How does it work?

The test works using Bioresonance and does not involve any blood or scratching of the skin. This is a pain free analysis.


We also offer food intolerance testing via kinesiology.

A food sensitivity or intolerance is an adverse reaction to a certain food which can contribute to symptoms such as:

  • Bloating

  • IBS

  • Constipation

  • Acid Reflux 

  • Tiredness

  • Brain Fog 

  • Asthma

  • Migraines

  • Skin Conditions

  • Joint Pain and other conditions or symptoms 

Food Intolerance Test
Food Intolerance Test Belfast

What does a treatment involve?

 Sessions are tailored to suit the needs of the client but usually you can expect:

  • 100+ foods test (tailored to suit the modern western diet)

  • Immediate results

  • Sessions last about 50 minutes - 1 hour

The Benefits of Testing:


  • Identifies troublesome foods

  • A non-invasive, painless test, with no needles used

  • The client will receive a personalised advice and a basic well being programme

Testing for Children ages 4+ and Adults - £66

Lucy Williams

Lucy Williams (previously Scott) is an experienced Nurse and Alternative Medicine Practitioner. She offers Naturopathic consultations and a range of holistic treatments to meet individual health requirements. Her treatments include herbal remedies, reflexology, breathwork and nutritional advice. She uses kinesiology to test for food intolerances.

Joanne M Papenfus - Naturopathic Nutrition



Joanne is a naturopath with a background in personal training and aromatherapy. She now runs a busy naturopathic nutritional therapy practice after gaining her diploma from the College of Naturopathic Medicine. As a registered member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) — the Professional Standards Council for regulation of Nutritional Therapists, as well as the Naturopathic Nutrition Association, Joanne is dedicated to ensuring that her practice employs the highest standards.
Preferring the functional medicine model of practice, Joanne combines state of the art bio-resonance scanning with a detailed consultation in order to build a picture of the client using classical biomedicine. Joanne then uses the information gathered as a springboard to wellness. She provides clients with education, functional testing, nutritional therapy and holistic support using the latest nutritional science. 
Joanne is currently assisting students as a clinic supervisor at her former college, a role she takes great pleasure in and aims to become a mentor to nutrition students in the future.

To make an appointment contact us

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