New accredited diploma course for Food Sensitivity Testing using Biofeedback and Bioresonance Therapy
Food sensitivity and intolerances have become extremely common, with figures released by Allergy UK estimating that 45 per cent of the country’s population suffer with one symptom or another. These can incule IBS, skin irritations, breathing difficulties, increased mucous, weight fluctuations, water retention, decreased immunity and mood swings. There are a number of causes for these intolerances including manufactured foods, changes in the environment or the processing of foods that changes the way certain individuals are able to tolerate them.
The UK spends over £4.5 billion a year on Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM’s) and with Biofeedback and Bioresonance Therapy becoming one of the fastest growing complementary therapies available. Langton Smith Health have developed a Level 3 Diploma in Food Sensitivity Testing using pioneering Bioresonance therapy and food testing techniques that reqire hair samples from the patient.
A specialist course testing for Food Sensitivity/Intolerances and allergies using Bioresonance and Biofeedback Therapy. This is an online monitored course taught in English with five separate modules with accreditation at diploma level for international practitioners.
· The history and scientific premise behind Bioresonance and Biofeedback Therapy including the theory and practical elements to this therapy
· Understanding how nutrition and diet affects wellbeing and learn the skills to diagnose and interpret results including pathology related to food sensitivities
· The study of food sensitivities, intolerances and allergies
· Understanding the method of combining the knowledge of food sensitivities and the practical use of Biofeedback and Bioresonance Devices
· Understanding the role of the food sensitivity practitioner using Biofeedback and Bioresonance devices
· Preparing food sensitivity results and demonstrating clear understanding of such when correlated with health symptoms presented by the patient/client
· A practical element will be required where students submit case studies applying new skills and knowledge