There are a couple of ways to test for food allergies or sensitivities to anything through muscle testing. The body will tell you how it responds to them. At night, just before bedtime take a drop of the food in question and place it on the inside of your child’s wrist. If it is a solid food mash it up with a drop or two of pure water. Let the solution dry on the wrist and sleep with it there all night. Upon waking check the area. If there is irritation and redness, then there is an allergy. If the area is clear it is alright to introduce that food into the diet.
Muscle testing is also a great way to test if a food or product is agreeable with your body or not. Have the person being tested raise one arm directly in front of him with the elbow straight, not bent. Gently press down on his wrist. The muscle should be strong. Then place any product you choose to test in his other hand. Test the same original muscle’s strength again. If it now tests weak then the product is not good for him. If it tests strong it should be safe.
More information on this subject is available in my book, Naturally Recovering Autism, to be released in 2015. In the meantime please share this information with friends you feel could benefit from it now.
See my youtube video on muscle testing by clicking here.