So what is Biofeedback Testing?
This kind of testing can be a wonderful 'roadmap' highlighting the triggers behind your pet's health imbalances, such as allergic symptoms and other health concerns. Biofeedback testing will provide you with a list of triggers ranging from foods, chemicals, and environmental items. This vital information allows for you to make informed choices regarding the elimination diet (or environmental elimination) that best supports your pet's healing journey.
It is a non-invasive analysis seeking to identify non-harmonic energetic factors (current imbalances) that may be contributing to the allergy type symptoms in your pet. Using biofeedback analysis, the biofeedback device can identify over 300 food and environmental factors that may disturb an animal’s energy balance. Biofeedback measures the body’s energetic reaction to various substances.
At Pet Grocer™ we have Glacier Peak Pet Intolerance Tests available. With the purchase of this kit you get everything you need to provide a sample of your pet's saliva and fur. Once you have collected the necessary samples you simply mail the test kit directly to Glacier Peak (we recommend sending it registered/insured mail so you know it is safely delivered). Once your kit has been processed you will receive results via email, giving you a full breakdown of your pet's current intolerances.
What do I do with the results?
We recommend you bring in print outs of your results and chat with our incredible and knowledgeable staff in store. Based on your pet's needs we can assist you in finding the supplements and foods that support your pet's healing journey. Typically we will recommend you avoid the trigger items for at least 90 days before attempting to re-introduce them. Remember, the results are not a life sentence - they are a snapshot in time.
Want to take your Pet's Health to the Next Level?
At Pet Grocer™ we offer Private Nutrition Consultations and some packages include Glacier Peak Tests. With this type of consultation, we can guide you on how to stop treating symptoms of disease and instead seek out and resolve the root cause of the problem, rather than suppressing the symptoms.