Science defines food intolerance as the body’s toxic reaction to food ingestion not due to immune phenomena.
Food intolerances can derive from many causes, but they usually manifest themselves following the accumulation of certain substances in our body.
Food intolerances can also be due to digestive disorders or lack of enzymes as is the case, for example, with lactose.
Today the most dangerous intolerance is certainly the gluten allergy, which is diagnosed via specific blood tests.

In the absence of a diagnosed disease, certain disorders - such as migraine, chronic fatigue, muscle fatigue, concentration problems, etc. - can be traced back to one or more food intolerances.
Therefore, to achieve real physical and psychical well-being it is very important to diagnose the presence of any food intolerances, either via blood tests or the Dria Test.

Indeed, the Dria Test makes a reflex already known to kinesiologist, - the change in muscle strength in the presence of food hypersensitivity – repeatable and scientifically proven.

In other words, the patient is made perform a well-controlled effort (with his leg or arm) and, while keeping the muscle tense, a food solution is given to him orally (without swallowing it).
In this way, all of the major and most common foods in our diet are tested in a sequence.