They wanted a couple of different kinds of small bite-sized candy bars. So I decided to muscle test them for these items before they popped them in their mouths. They were strong and those candy bites were like heaven for my kids.
After a few strange days around here (and some "not so good" papers coming home from school), I decided to retest the type of candy they ate. But this time, instead of just handing them the candy, I cut it up so the insides were exposed. Then I put the candy in a baggy, had them hold it to their chests, and muscle tested. Sure enough, they went weak to all the candies I had allowed them to eat.
I tell this story so you will understand that when muscle testing for food sensitivities, if you have a food with an outside layer (in my case, the candy bars had a chocolate outside layer), you will need to chop it up or crush it so the frequencies inside that food can also be sensed by the body when muscle testing. I guess my kids were okay with the chocolate outside layer, but something inside those candy bars did not agree with their bodies.
I still learn something everyday! Just wanted to share.