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SUBJECT: FOOD ALLERGY/FOOD INTOLERANCE SELF-TESTING
Food Allergy/Intolerance Self-Testing
Coca Pulse Test--Kinesiology Testing
also, Metabolic Imbalance Testing
Unfortunately, this test is for single foods or food groups, and Dr. Carroll discovered that most people have combined food intolerances, such as fruit and sugar together, cereal grains and almost any other food or food groups, dairy with many other foods, eggs with other foods, fruits and other foods, potatoes with other foods, etc.
Oddly, red meat and mined salt occur together as food intolerances, but are not a combination. They just come as two separate allergies. When a combination occurs, one can eat both food as long as they are separated by a certain number of hours, depending on your rate of digestion. Together, they combine to make a substance that is toxic to you. Apart, they lack that effect. However, in the case of meat and mined salt, one must avoid both foods completely.
Those with red meat/mined salt intolerances can eat fish and natural sea salt (Unprocessed sea salt like Celtic Sea Salt is always recommended. White sea salt is bleached and processed, which destroys the beneficial mineral content.)
Determining incompatible foods on an individual basis is a difficult undertaking. Trying to test food combinations by this method might be more that "difficult" but I personally have seen few people make complete recoveries from serious infection or chronic/degenerative disease without eliminating harmful foods from their diets, along with other healing protocols.
Medical "food allergy" tests only test for individual foods which provoke an immune response. If you get tested, you may end up with a list "a mile long" which can change each time you are tested. Food "intolerances," by our definition, involve food incompatibilities on a much deeper level--digestion and basic body chemistry. These are an underlying problem--once diagnosed, immune system sensitivies often disappear. Food intolerances are forever. You were born with them and will die with them, and you need to know what they are.
The most common single foods or food groups are dairy, which affects almost all minority races and a great many caucasions (cow's milk is not a fit food for human digestion to start with because of the over-large molecular structure of a food designed for calves, which is furthermore greatly damaged and made harmful in processing--both pasteurization and homogenation. Goat's milk is preferable.See Sick Baby Diet), eggs, grains, potatoes, etc.
Testing is preferably done by an O.G. Carrol food intolerance test, which is only known by those who studied with Dr. O.G. Carroll or someone he trained. Medical doctors test for immune system allergies. Constitutional food intolerances instead involve digestion and basic body chemistry--a different class of allergies largely unknown to the medical profession. Unfortunately, there are very few testers available, and most people do not have the option of traveling to see one. Some help may be obtained by following "blood type" allergy diets recommended by Dr. D' Adamo in his books "4 Diets for 4 Blood Types" and others. His research was based on the same premise of certain foods being incompatible (actually "lysing" cells) with certain blood/body types. His research was reportedly for more specific than the general information given in his books, but we have found the diet advise useful and general follow them, even though they may not specify the EXACT food intolerances we each need to avoid.
Provided by Dr. Joel Wallach in his book, Let's Play Doctor.
perform this test, you learn your base pulse rate, then eat a single food
(i.e., milk only, wheat only, etc.) and check your pulse 15, 30 and 60
minutes after you eat the single food item: and elevation in pulse rate
of more than ten beats is an indicator that you are allergic to that food."
Treatment of food allergies includes religious use of the base line nutritional supplements (be sure to use hypoallergenic supplements--no corn, wheat, soy, egg, or milk, avoid vaccinations that have egg, blood or beef origins: vitamin C to bowel tolerance levels, vitamin A at 300,000 IU/day as beta carotene (carrots--not pills), bioflavonoids at 150-300 mg/day, zink at 50 mg t.i.d., chromium at 50-200 mcg t.i.d., betaine HCI and pancreatic enzymes at 75-500 mg t.i.g.15-20 minutes before meals, ACE sublingual or IV, five day rotation diets, avoidance of offending foods and patience!!! It takes up to 90 days to repair the intestinal injury (the good news is that repair will take place even if you're 100 year old!!!). IV hydrogen peroxide speeds up the healing process."
There is another method some use called kinesiology testing, done by health care providers, which tests muscle response to different foods. "Self-testing" methods are described below.
"by Machaelle Small Wright
Kinesiology is another name for muscle testing. If you want to get information from nature, all you have to do is ask simple yes/no questions that will give you the information you seek. (By "simple," I mean questions that can have only one answer, not two questions in one sentence, each requiring its own answer.) Nature will project a "yes" or "no" into your electrical system and you will then be able to discern the answer by kinesiology testing your electrical system.
The kinesiology technique is a method to get directly in touch with the physical body's electrical system, which corresponds to the central nervous system. I recommend using kinesiology testing to work with flower essences. The technique itself is based on a very simple principle: What enhances our body, mind and soul makes us strong. Together our body, mind and soul create a wholistic environment which, when balanced, is strong and solid. If something enters into that environment which challenges the balance, the entire environment is weakened. The state of strength or weakness is registered in the electrical system, and through kinesiology combined with asking simple yes/no questions, we can discover just what state we're in.
For those of you who have never heard of such a thing but would like to try it, I am reprinting the information on developing kinesiology testing from the Co-Creative Science."
Kinesiology: The Tool for Testing
Kinesiology is simple. Anybody can do it because it uses your electrical system and your muscles. If you are alive, you have these two things. I know that sounds smart-mouthed of me, but I’ve learned that sometimes people refuse to believe that anything can be so simple. So they create a mental block—only "sensitive types" can do this, or only women can do it. It’s just not true. Kinesiology happens to be one of those simple things in life just waiting around to be learned and used by everyone.
I don’t mean to intimidate you, but small children can learn to do kinesiology in about five minutes. It is mainly because it never occurred to them that they couldn’t do it. If I tell them they have an electrical system, they don’t argue with me about it—they just get on with the business of learning how to do simple testing. Actually, I do mean to intimidate you. Your first big hurdle will be whether or not you believe you have a viable electrical system that is capable of being tested. Here’s a good test. Place a hand mirror under your nose. If you see breath marks, you have a strong electrical system. (If you don’t see breath marks, call your local emergency rescue squad—you’re in trouble.) Now you can get on with learning how to use kinesiology!
If you’ve ever been to a chiropractor or holistic physician experienced in muscle testing, you’ve experienced kinesiology. The doctor tells you to stick out your arm and resist his pressure. It feels like he is trying to push your arm down after he has told you not to let him do it. Everything is going fine, and then all of a sudden he presses and your arm falls down like a floppy fish no matter how hard you try to keep it up. That is using kinesiology.
Simply stated, the body has within it and surrounding it an electrical network or grid. If anything impacts your electrical system that does not maintain or enhance your health and your body’s balance, your muscles, when having physical pressure applied, are unable to hold their strength. (Muscle power is directly linked to the balance of the electrical system.) In other words, if pressure is applied to an individual’s extended arm while his body’s electrical system is being adversely affected, the muscles will weaken and the arm will not be able to resist the pressure. The circuits of the electri-cal system are overloaded or have short-circuited, causing a weakening of that system. However, if pressure is applied while his electrical system is being positively affected, the circuits remain strong, balanced and capable of fully functioning throughout the body. The muscles will remain strong, the person will easily resist and the arm will hold its position.
This electrical/muscular relationship is a natural part of the human system. It is not mystical or magical. Kinesiology is the established method for reading the body’s balance through the balance of the electrical system at any given moment.
When working in a co-creative partnership, nature answers your yes/no questions by projecting a positive energy or a negative energy—whichever is appropriate—into the electrical circuit that you have created by your fingers especially for the kinesiology testing. The "yes" or "no" that nature projects registers in this one electrical connection and not throughout your entire electrical system. The special connection created by your fingers allows you to use the kinesiology technique without adversely impacting your electrical system or your body’s balance. Only one circuit is being used, and this circuit is artificially created by you for the testing and is not a part of the normal function of the electrical system throughout your body. The answer you are able to discern through the testing is from nature. It is not an answer that has been concocted by you.
If you have ever experienced muscle testing, you probably participated in the above-described, two-person operation. You provided the extended arm, and the other person provided the pressure. Although efficient, this can sometimes be cumbersome when you want to test something on your own. Arm pumpers have the nasty habit of disappearing right when you need them most. So you will be learning to self-test—no arm pumpers needed.
Kinesiology Self-Testing Steps
"1. THE CIRCUIT FINGERS. If you are right-handed: Place your left hand palm up. Connect the tip of your left thumb with the tip of the left little finger (not your index finger). If you are left-handed: Place your right hand palm up. Connect the tip of your right thumb with the tip of your right little finger. By connecting your thumb and little finger, you have closed an electrical circuit in your hand, and it is this circuit you will use for testing.
Before going on, look at the
position you have just formed with your hand. If your thumb is touching
the tip of your index or first finger, laugh at yourself for not being
able to follow directions, and change the position to touch the tip of
the thumb with the tip of the little or fourth finger. Most likely this
will not feel at all comfortable to you. If you are feeling a weird sense
of awkwardness, you’ve got the first step of the test position!
In time, the hand and fingers will adjust to being put in this position
and it will feel fine.
2. THE TEST FINGERS. To test the circuit (the means by which you will apply pressure to yourself), place the thumb and index finger of your other hand inside the circle you have created by connecting your thumb and little finger. The thumb and index finger should be right under your thumb and your little finger, touching them. Don’t try to make a circle with your test fingers. They are just placed inside the circuit fingers that do form a circle. It will look as if the circuit fingers are resting on the test fingers.
3. POSITIVE RESPONSE. Keeping this position, ask yourself a yes/no question in which you already know the answer to be yes. ("Is my name _____?") Once you’ve asked the question, press your circuit fingers together, keeping the tip-to-tip position. Using the same amount of pressure, try to pull apart the circuit fingers with your test fingers. Press the lower thumb against the upper thumb, and the lower index finger against the upper little finger.
The action of your test fingers will look like scissors separating as you apply pressure to your circuit fingers. The motion of the test fingers is horizontal. Don’t try to pull your test fingers vertically up through your circuit fingers. This action sometimes works but it is not as reliable as the horizontal scissors action.
The circuit position described in step 1 corresponds to the position you take when you stick your arm out for the physician. The testing position in step 2 is in place of the physician or other convenient arm pumper. After you ask the yes/no question and you press your circuit fingers tip-to-tip, that is equal to the doctor saying, "Resist my pressure." Your circuit fingers now correspond to your outstretched, stiffened arm. Trying to pull apart those fingers with your testing fingers is equal to the doctor pressing down on your arm.
If the answer to the question is positive (if your name is what you think it is!), you will not be able to easily push apart the circuit fingers. The electrical circuit will hold, your muscles will maintain their strength, and your circuit fingers will not separate. You will feel the strength in that circuit.
IMPORTANT: Be sure the amount of pressure holding the circuit fingers together is equal to the amount of your testing fingers pressing against them. Also, don’t use a pumping action in your test fingers when applying pressure to your circuit fingers. Use an equal, steady and continuous pressure.
Play with this a bit. Ask a few more yes/no questions that have positive answers. Now, I know it is going to seem that if you already know the answer to be "yes," you are probably "throwing" the test. That’s reasonable, but for the time being, until you get a feeling for what the positive response feels like, you’re going to need to deliberately ask yourself questions with positive answers.
While asking questions, if you are having trouble sensing the strength of the circuit, apply a little more pressure. Or consider that you may be applying too much pressure and pull back some. You don’t have to break or strain your fingers for this; just use enough pressure to make them feel alive, connected and alert.
4. NEGATIVE RESPONSE. Once you have a clear sense of the positive response, ask yourself a question that has a negative answer. Again press your circuit fingers together and, using equal pressure, press against the circuit fingers with the test fingers. This time the electrical circuit will break and the circuit fingers will weaken and separate. Because the electrical circuit is broken, the muscles in the circuit fingers do not have the power to easily hold the fingers together. In a positive state the electrical circuit holds, and the muscles have the power to keep the two fingers together.
How much your circuit fingers separate depends on your personal style. Some people’s fingers separate a lot. Other’s barely separate at all. Mine separate about a quarter of an inch. Some people’s fingers won’t separate at all, but they’ll definitely feel the fingers weaken when pressure is applied during a "no" answer. Give yourself time and let your personal style develop naturally.
Also, if you are having a little trouble feeling anything, do your testing with your forearms resting in your lap. This way you won’t be using your muscles to hold up your arms while trying to test.
Play with negative questions a bit, and then return to positive questions. Get a good feeling for the strength between your circuit fingers when your electrical system is balanced and the weakness when it is short-circuited or imbalanced. You can even ask yourself (your own system) for a positive response and then, after testing, ask for a negative response. ("Give me a positive response." Test. "Give me a negative response." Test.) You will feel the positive strength and the negative weakness. In the beginning, you may feel only a slight difference between the two. With practice, that difference will become more pronounced. For now, it is just a matter of trusting what you have learned—and practicing.
Don’t forget the overall concept behind kinesiology. What enhances our body, mind and soul makes us strong. Together, our body, mind and soul create an environment that, when balanced, is strong and solid. If something enters that environment and challenges the balance, the environment is weakened. That strength or weakness first registers in the electrical system, and it can be discerned through the muscle-testing technique—kinesiology."
Another Method of Kinesiology
"recommended by Machaelle Small Wright
There is a method of kinesiology that uses the pointing finger of your test hand and your leg. If you have a physical impairment, this may be easier for you to use.
Place the pointing finger of your test hand on top of the center of your thigh. This finger should lay flat on the leg. Your other fingers may be in whatever position is comfortable. Place the pointing finger of the other hand in a face-up position under the first knuckle of the test finger. Make sure you are using the knuckle section, not just the tip of the finger (the first knuckle of each pointing finger should be in contact). The electrical circuit that you are using runs down the center of the leg and you are connecting it with the circuit in your finger. To test; ask the question, press your test finger down on the leg, then try to lift up the finger of the test hand with the same amount of pressure that you use to hold the finger down on your leg. If the circuit breaks easily, the answer is negative, if the circuit holds and it is difficult to lift the finger, the answer is positive. If you have any questions regarding this method of kinesiology, please let us know (email@example.com)."
If you are having trouble feeling a positive and negative response in the circuit fingers, try switching hands—the circuit fingers become the test fingers and vice versa. Most people who are right-handed have this particular electrical circuitry that is used in kinesiology in their left hand. Left-handers generally have the circuitry in their right hand. But sometimes a right-hander has the circuitry in the right hand and a left-hander has it in the left hand. You may be one of those people. If you are ambidextrous, choose the circuit hand that gives you the clearest responses. Before deciding which to use, give yourself a couple of weeks of testing using one hand as the circuit hand to get a good feel for its responses before trying the other hand.
Dianne Jacobs Thompson Est. 2003
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