Sensitivity vs allergy

More people than ever are discovering the benefits of bioresonance for their pet's health.


Bioresonance Science Trusted Around the World!

We utilize bioresonance testing to provide you with results you can trust. Our affordable intolerance testing service will identify temporary intolerances, imbalances, and sensitivities. Your results provide a guideline to better dietary and lifestyle decisions for your pet. These results will not diagnose but rather empower you with the right information to take back control of your pet's health. The test results should not be compared to traditional blood or saliva allergy test results.

Bioresonance therapy is one of a number of non invasive therapies such as homeopathy and acupuncture, and is based upon quantum physics. Quantum physics is a pretty complex area of science, but in very basic terms quantum physics is about the behaviour of matter and energy at very small scale (atoms and subatomic particles and waves). Quantum physics recognises that everything around us emits a frequency which can be measured. It also recognises a phenomenon called entangled states. Bioresonance testing uses the information from a living organism which gives out energy – in this case a sample of hair – and can be thought of as the fingerprint of a person. The energy, or frequencies, in the hair are tested and compared to the frequencies of all the items we test for; food & drink, vitamins, minerals, metals, enzymes and bacteria etc, in order to establish the reaction levels to each in the body.

We can test for sensitivities

An intolerance is a non-immunological response, the immune system is not activated.

Occurs when the body has difficulty digesting or breaking down certain foods, possibly due to enzyme deficiencies and overall gastrointestinal health.

After identifying food or environmental intolerances, temporarily removing such from diet and lifestyle decisions is recommended.


We DO NOT test for allergies

Allergic responses include swelling, hives, rash, itching skin, and vomiting.

A food allergy is when the immune system produces immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies in response to specific foods or ingredients.

The most common IgE-associated food allergies include milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, nuts, fish, and sesame.

Test your pet today!

A fast and pain free pet sensitivity test for all major food and non-foods from the comfort of your home.