Spring is the season of rebirth and renewal and the ideal time of year to make healthy changes for the better.
So how do you go about feeling much, much better? On the surface, the solutions are simple: less food, less drink, more exercise.
But what if there is an underlying reason for feeling out of sorts and not entirely up to the mark? What if you are one of the 45% of people in Ireland who suffer from a food intolerance? What if you could discover how to give your body a Spring clean that would really make a difference? What if you could say to your body: “Let’s get this thing sorted.”?
Well, this Spring, there’s a new product available in Ireland which gives you the chance to find out what’s going on inside – and make a permanent switch to looking and feeling a whole lot better.
The ImuPro Lite test kit, the personal immune system profile, has the capacity to transform users’ lives. And this season, its manufacturers are offering ImuPro Lite at an affordable price of Eu149 to allow more people to experience its remarkable potential benefits.
The ImuPro Lite process starts with a simple blood test – users simply prick their finger and collect a few drops of blood to be tested at the ImuPro lab – which can identify potential intolerances related to wide range of conditions, including weight loss, IBS, digestive disorders, acne migraines, arthritis and Crohn’s Disease – essentially any condition where inflammation is involved. It can also help treat obesity.
Patients are then given an easy to follow food chart and receive comprehensive and ongoing support from their clinics.
“Once that information is available,” said its distributor Fionnuala McGovern, Castle Holistic Clinic, Castlemartyr, Co. Cork “patients can self-adjust their nutrient intake, with often quite dramatic results.”
ImuPro Lite gives a quick snapshot analysis of 44 elements, providing users with a clearly understandable guide to their reactions.
Fionnuala said: “The basic test of 44 allergens could be ideal both for children with apparent health problems and for people, the “worried well” as they are sometimes called, who need to be reassured about their health.
“Anyone with more deep-seated concerns can opt for the more extensive ImuPro300, which analyses the reaction to nearly 300 different foods or substances”, she said.
The effectiveness of ImuPro stems from the way it analyses the complex workings of the human digestive system. The gut protects the rest of the body from harmful toxins or incompletely digested food while at the same time allowing essential nutrients into the bloodstream.
If the immune system identifies the wrong elements in the bloodstream – ie antigens – it creates specific IgG antibodies to deal with them. ImuPro detects these IgG antibodies and it is possible to infer from their detection which food or additive elements are causing the problem.
- · European tests show that the leading allergen is cow’s milk with followed by eggs at around 65%. Gluten and gluten containing cereals score between 60% an 65%, cow’s milk products between 50% and 60%, sheep and goat milk and products around 40%, almond and hazelnut around 33%, pineapple and kiwi around 23% and yeast, vanilla and peanuts around 20%.
- · ImuPro’s test is produced to ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 quality systems.
- · External trials showed ImuPro to be the best for reproducibility along with Biotek which is currently unavailable in the UK.
- · Only one food is tested in each well, so there are no false positives.
- · ImuPro300 is the most extensive IgG food intolerance test in the world.
- · Comprehensive reports and information are provided to the client at no extra cost.
- · All additional help and advice is free, not limited.
- · A recipe book is provided as standard with ImuPro300. This is not offered by York Test.
- · ImuPro is tested in more than 25 labs worldwide, allowing interlaboratory trials to be conducted annually.
- · Extensive scientific support for the test is available through the ImuPro website.