i am interested in finding out if i have any food sensitivities - i highly suspect wheat and dairy. i have eliminated them from my diet, and then reintroduced them. but i'm not sure if i am over analyzing the return of symptoms such as headache/tiredness etc
i have found this test where you measure your heartrate, what are your thoughts on this test? http://www.soilandhealth.org/02/0201hyglibcat/020108.coca.pdf
my heartrate on awakening is 47, the other day i had dairy and wheat and it rose to 60. i feel that it will need time and detective work but that it could be a useful tool alongside a paleo diet.
what are your thoughts - is this a reliable method? thanks
Interesting question! I have been testing the app that adopts Coca pulse test to test meals for food sensitivity and allergies: http://measuredme.com/2013/01/quantified-diet-tracking-food-sensitivity/
So far it flagged simple panini (wheat roll, avocado, and smoked turkey), so I will be conducting additional test to isolate the offending ingredient.
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