Part 1 – Back to Basics:
Help-Yourself Muscle Testing
Ken Andrews brings his own informal and humorous style to the investigation of
foods – do they really suit us or not?
of us have experienced eating or taking “something” that was
supposedly good for us only to find out it was not.
tried that and it didn’t do anything?”… but, of course, one
“thing” does not suit everyone!
two-part series, Ken will be presenting an audience
participation talk about the basics of food testing that can help in
many ways, and with all age groups.
success of the talk is reliant on people bringing their own
“stuff” to test.
your foods, supplements, natural remedies, etc., “good
for you” ? A simple muscle test this evening will tell you
In preparation, please…
1) Take a small sample from each
of your daily meals – about the size of a cigarette butt –
and put it in Clingfilm or similar;
2) Twist the top to make it airtight;
3) Label it so you know what it is;
4) Place it in a small container in the
5) On the day of the talk, take it out of
freezer in the morning and bring it with you to test whether it
actually suits you;
6) Bring any supplements, too, to test in a
7) Remember to bring pen and pad to make
notes about the test!