More client feedback: food sensitivities + EFT

 

Chloe McGuire, 22, accountant and health + wellness blogger, came to investigate her long term back pain and food sensitivities.

We found an emotion connected to a particular event from a few years back was trapped in her muscle memory and was triggering her back pain. Chloe bravely talked through this while we identified the relevant Bach flower remedy and used EFT tapping (emotional freedom technique) to clear the trauma (see below quote for more details).

Chloe’s experience:

Before having kinesiology with Sarah, the treatment was quite unknown to me. I wasn’t really sure what to expect but I went in with an open mind and was more than pleasantly surprised. With a long term back injury, I suffer from hypersensitivity but Sarah immediately put me at ease with her big smile and friendly personality. I loved that she explained everything to me as we went through the treatment so that I knew exactly what was happening. I was astounded by how much information she found out about me through muscle testing and loved how a lot of nutrition came into it too. I am always looking for ways to better my health, so for her to give me some really helpful suggestions and advice was so beneficial to me and something really valuable that I took away from the session.

I thoroughly enjoyed my treatment; it really gave me a better insight into my health and body. Sarah was so knowledgeable about it all and knew exactly what to say and do. The muscle testing was a really amazing experience! Everything Sarah told me and explained to me about what she was doing and the results of it completely made sense to me. There were a few surprises as well, as since finding out some information about my health that Sarah gave me I have been able to cut out some foods that have really helped my overall health and wellbeing. I wouldn’t have even thought of doing this had it not been for Sarah and her brilliant advice.

I truly recommend trying kinesiology with Sarah. It is something I hope to incorporate into my monthly routine as it’s been the most helpful holistic treatment I’ve had so far in helping me not only with my help but also some buried emotional blockages too. I can guarantee that you’ll come away from the session feeling relaxed, positive and more informed about your health, body and mind. Thank you Sarah!

Details of Chloe’s treatment included:

EFT – EFT is a type of psychological acupressure, based on the same energy meridians used in acupuncture, but using fingers to tap rather than needles. Tapping on specific acupressure points relating to the emotion (anger, grief, rage, fear etc.) whilst thinking about the specific problem and voicing positive affirmations is remarkably powerful in clearing the emotional block from your body’s bioenergy system, restoring mind and body balance.

Food sensitivity testing – Find out how food sensitivities testing could help you identify food triggers that leave you feeling bloated, gassy, in pain or super tired.

 

EFT common tapping points

EFT common tapping points

Diploma nearly complete

I’m getting really excited about finishing the Diploma course in 2 weeks time. I’ve loved studying with HEAL and am currently surrounded by books, leaflets + websites with hundreds of possible CPD courses to continue studying, learning and helping. Once you read 1 book on a subject, it leads to 5 more, which leads to 10 more…..I honestly can’t get enough about learning about the human body. It’s so incredibly fascinating and complex and I find it an honour that I get to be a ‘Health Detective’ and use kinesiology muscle testing to link different symptoms and find the root cause.

Next stop is completing the nutrition course so I can become a qualified Nutritional Advisor and consolidate my knowledge 🙂

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HAYFEVER: SUMMER’S ON ITS WAY…ALONG WITH ITCHY EYES, A RUNNY NOSE + CONGESTION!

HAYFEVER FRUSTRATION

After suffering from hayfever for many years, I visited my GP to discuss and remember a skin prick allergy test showed that I was allergic to grass – absolutely marvellous considering I live in the English countryside!

And so began the long (and costly) process of using nose sprays + anti-histamine every day for about 3 months during the summer months until I felt pumped full of chemicals and unable to function without them. I thought there must be another way to control this ands so started to research and try natural ways to boost my immunity and control histamine levels.

Here are a few things I’ve found along my way which have helped alleviate my symptoms which may help you. I’d also recommend coming along for a kinesiology session with me to investigate the trigger cause of your symptoms and discuss how to improve your health.

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WHAT TO TAKE:

Vitamin C – known anti-histamine found in citrus fruit like oranges, lemons + grapefruit, wonderfully high in beta carotene.

Bioflavonoids – works well with vitamin C and have great anti-histamine properties.

Quercetin – anti-oxidant which prevents immune system releasing histamines

Fish oils – Up your intake of essential fatty acids with omega 3+6.

GOOD PRODUCT: I have found that Nutri’s Aller C tests up really well for hay fever. You can buy this by quoting my name as practitioner (after I have tested you of course).  www.nutri-online1.co.uk

 

WHAT TO EAT:

Foods: Tumeric, garlic, onions, chillis, broccoli all contain quercetin, your natural anti-histamine. Garlic can help boost your immune system as well as acting as a decongestant to relieve the stuffy nose feeling.

Plus pineapple as the natural source of bromelain (a digestive enzyme) contained in this helps the body absorb quercertin in other foods reduces inflammation and the production of mucus.

Omega 3 found in oily fish (mackerel, sardines, salmon) and nuts and seeds (walnuts , sunflower, pumpkin, flax and sesame seeds).

Honey – eating a spoonful of LOCAL honey can help reduce the symptoms as the bee pollen can de-sensitise your body to other pollens. Make sure it is local honey though for maximum effect.

Considerations: Be mindful that garlic, onion + chillis can increase the symptoms of IBS in some people, so do be tested for tolerance beforehand and consider garlic as a supplement instead.

Also please be aware of the high fructose content in honey – especially if you have candida and I’ve told you to stay away from sugar!

 

WHAT NOT TO EAT:

Avoid: Dairy, wheat + tomatoes are common culprits.

Avoid any food triggers kinesiology may have identified – sugar and refined foods are often linked to lowering immunity and heightening hay fever symptoms.

 

WHAT TO DRINK:

Camomile tea – antioxidant + antihistamine and is great at reducing inflammation.

Lemon grass tea – sometimes referred to as ‘fever grass’ this is often taken to for anti-inflammatory reasons and can ease congestion.

 

WHAT TO DO:

Some other tried and tested remedies I’ve used include:

Cold water splashed on face and cupping hands to flood the nose with cold water to reduce inflammation.

Gargling Himalayan pink salt (rock salt can also work) to clear the itchy sensation in your throat.

Wash hands regularly.

Change clothes as soon as you come into your house, or at least remove the outer layer which could have a layer of pollen sitting on it.

Don’t hang your washing outside as this could pick up more the pollen.

 

FINALLY, 

I hope these help as a starter for 10. Do get in touch if you want to discuss further and book in for a kinesiology session with me so we can discuss and address what your system needs for long term better immunity. Good luck!

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