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Digestive Food Sensitivity Vibrational Assessment

by Mary Kurus

A Digestive Food Sensitivity Vibrational Assessment will help identify which food items to which you are digestively sensitive. Over 200 food items are assessed including beverages, condiments, sauces, salts, pickled foods, This assessment is undertaken with dowsing by identifying the vibrations of food items. Reading vibrations with a pendulum is one of the most accurate ways of identifying your digestive food sensitivities.

Individuals develop difficulties in the digestion of certain foods. These difficulties can be caused by a variety of factors including: candida; drugs; poor diet and digestion; the excessive intake of a particular food; as part of other illnesses such as diabetes; and the presence of various invaders including parasites, worms, viruses, fungus and mould. A digestive food sensitivity usually remains with an individual and normally does not disappear even though the condition which caused it has disappeared.

Digestive food sensitivities should not be confused with food allergies or food sensitivities. These difficulties are problems which relate to the immune system and what is called a leaky gut syndrome. In his book title Eat Right 4 Your Type, Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo speaks about the body's different needs depending on the various blood types. I highly recommend this book. Add to the food needs by blood type the digestive sensitivity that is often created by candida, mould, parasites, worms and viruses and you begin to understand the environment which has helped to create digestive sensitivities.

If foods which have been identified as digestively sensitive are ingested by an individual some or all of the following symptoms may be experienced: bloating; stomach pain; fatigue; lethargy; a strong need to sleep after eating; depression; restlessness; hyperactivity; feeling spacey; disoriented; headache; muscle aches and weight gain. Long term intake of digestively sensitive foods can create loss of sexual desire; a weakened immune system; and weight problems.

The cost of a Digestive Food Vibrational Assessment is $CDN120.00 or approximately $US80.00. If an individual has undertaken a Vibrational Assessment the cost will be $CDN80.00 or approximately $US53.00

If you wish to order this assessment, please contact Mary Kurus.

Disclaimer: The ideas and suggestions identified here are not in any way intended as a substitute or replacement for qualified medical advice. Please consult a qualified medical practitioner in person for your health problems.

Rating of Food Items: Each of the food items will be rated as positive or negative. The assessment will also identify whether the positive or negative reading is low, medium or high. A low reading means a food should be eaten only once per week; a medium reading allows for the food item to be eaten twice or three times a week; and a high reading means the food can be eaten daily.

The following foods will be assessed:

alcoholic beverages fresh fruit juices soft drinks (Coke, Seven-Up etc.)
coffee  frozen fruit juices tea
instant coffee  canned fruit juices

Miscellaneous Foods:


tofu products all yeast based foods

Condiments, Sauces and Salts:
accent or MSG  ketchup soy sauce
seasoning salt  mayonnaise steak sauce
table salt  mustard Worcestershire sauce
Sea salt  barbecue sauce horseradish
  chili sauce

Pickled Foods:
pickled vegetables

Preserved Meats:
smoked meat  sausages
wieners  bacon
cold cuts  salami

Other Foods With Yeast/Moulds:
dried fruit all leftover food currents
candied fruits raisons

Sugars and Sweeteners

white sugar honey maple syrup
brown sugar molasses beet/date sugar
artificial sweeteners

Dairy Products:

butter  cream  ice cream
buttermilk  cream cheese  milk
cottage cheese  hard cheeses sour cream
cheese slices  kefir yogurt

Whole Grain Foods:
Barley  oats spelt
Buckwheat  rice wheat
Bulgar  rye quinoa

Nuts and Seeds
almonds  pecans sunflower seeds
brazil nuts  pumpkin seeds walnuts
cashews  sesame seeds filberts
chestnuts  peanuts

corn oil  peanut oil
olive oil  sesame oil
linseed oil  canola oil

almond butter cashew butter tahini (sesame butter)
butter peanut butter

Meat and Eggs:

beef  ham  turkey
chicken  lamb  veal
duck  mutton venison
goose  pork eggs

Anchovies  scallops  snails
Crab  sea bass trout
Cod  shrimp tuna, canned
frozen breaded fish  smoked salmon tuna, fresh
haddock  snapper whitefish
halibut  sole sardines
herring (fresh) salmon (canned)  lobster 
herring (pickled)  salmon (fresh)

Root Vegetables
sweet potato/yam

High Carbohydrate Vegetables:

Beans and Peas:
Aduke beans  lentils, green lima beans
Azuke beans  lentils, red peas, black-eyed
Black beans  Garbanzo beans pinto beans
 Kidney (white) Kidney beans (red) soy beans

Other Vegetables:
Artichoke  peppers, green
avocados peppers, red and yellow
asparagus pumpkin
broccoli radishes
cabbage spinach
cauliflower sprouts
celery string beans
cucumbers tomatoes, fresh
eggplant tomatoes, canned
garlic tomatoes, sun-dried
greens, various mushrooms

Dried and Fresh Herbs
basil rosemary
cilantro mint
dill sage
oregano thyme
Fresh Fruits

apples kiwi fruit
apricots mangoes
bananas nectarines
cherries peaches
figs pears
grapes, green pineapple
grapes, red plums
grapes, purple

honeydew melon
Citrus Fruits:

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The ideas and suggestions identified here are not intended in any way as a substitute for qualified medical advice.  Consult a qualified medical practitioner in person for your health problems.