As part of Christine’s unique approach, she is also able to offer her clients further insight into what may be contributing to their ill health through the use of Vega Testing, for which she is a qualified practitioner.

Vega Testing is a non-invasive, painless, diagnostic tool which uses the body’s sensitive electromagnetic system to get clinically relevant results indicating foods, additives or environmental substances which may be causing a disturbance in the body.

Chemicals used in the modern-day production and storage of foods such as wheat, yeast, sugar, emulsifiers, preservatives, colourings, stabilisers (all found in something as simple as a humble ham sandwich) can have a dramatic effect on the health of an individual. The difficulty comes in identifying these triggers when ingredients in even simple foodstuffs can be incredibly complex and symptoms may not appear immediately after eating, which makes working out what is causing ill health an arduous task from deduction alone.

Using Vega Testing, Christine is able to quickly and precisely test hundreds of substances and ingredients to read the body’s electromagnetic response and clearly identify which stressors are causing a negative reaction.

The Vega Machine produces a positive or negative reading which is interpreted as an allergic or non-allergic reaction to the substance, allowing you to examine literally hundreds of different potential allergens in a very short space of time.

The Basic Vega Test assesses up 300 different food substances and additional tests can look for sensitivities to environmental substances (pollens, fabrics, dust etc), e-numbers, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, hormone deficiencies and organ imbalances.

Some indications of food sensitivity include persistent symptoms such as:

  • low energy
  • prolonged nausea
  • irritability
  • constipation or diarrhoea
  • headaches/migraines
  • skin rashes
  • an unpleasant taste in the mouth
  • congested sinuses
  • bloating or stomach cramps
  • frequent sneezing
  • excessive belching or flatulence
  • watery or red eyes

Christine uses a Vega machine to assess reactions to substances suspected of causing health disturbances. Vega testing involves you holding an electrode connected to the machine whilst test substances are placed in the machine. Your reaction to the test substance is assessed by using a stylus on an acupuncture point on the hand or toe. There is no requirement for blood tests or needles and the process is in no way intrusive or uncomfortable.
Clients are also welcome to bring along any foods or other substances suspected of causing problems.

What clients are saying about me

EG, Wokingham

I approached you, on the off-chance that you could shed some light on a problem that I had been having for quite a while with my digestion. My medical GP was not much help with any advice or treatment and I was grasping at straws for any help I could find.

After an in depth discussion and analysis, your diagnosis was that I might have a condition called Candida.  This may be caused by taking lots of antibiotics over a long course of time to counter bacterial illnesses. And now, my gut was not recovering because the condition had progressively accrued such the bad intestinal bacterial were winning to make my belly bloat.

You set me up with a diet to counter the effects and warned that it will be tough. Well, I agree, it has been tough. I especially miss my week-end tipple. The results however, four weeks into the program, are definitely showing little or no bloating after eating as well as a reduction in my waistline.

I therefore have no hesitation in recommending your services to anyone who would have need of your services.”

— EG