Science That Works

Let's face it everyone is different, we all have different needs both internally and externally. Traditional gyms and trainers rely on guessing, averages, and a what works for one will work for all” theory. You typically hear things like drink a gallon of water each day while this could possibly be true for many individuals, you may in fact need more or less water. This ideology also holds true with meal planning as well as creating fitness plans. Sure it may work but are you maximizing your time? When you introduce science into your health and fitness plan you achieve optimal gains that last a lifetime. Your body is unique which means that your solution must be unique, your trainer has as much of a chance guessing the best meal plan for you as he/she does guessing your blood type. Stop the guessing and come to RNS for the REAL answers.

Did you know up to 45% of the population suffers from some type of intolerance?

 

 

To maximize your results you NEED to know what your body is lacking. RNS Fitness uses scientific lab testing so we know what you REALLY need. There is no other way to build an accurate meal or nutrition plan based on YOUR needs unless your tested.

Do you suffer with any of the following symptoms?

Headaches, Skin Irritations, Digestive Problems, Nausea, Weight Problems, Fatigue, Brain Fog, Gas And Bloating, Changes In Bowel Movements or Weakness?

You may be suffering with an intolerance or allergy.

We provide a simple test that can identify the potential causes before making a nutrition or fitness plan.

Our tests are the most comprehensive available. Rock n Shock can test over 600 items including foods that contain wheat, gluten, dairy, soy, corn, yeast and nuts and non-food items such as pollen, dust and mites. Rock n Shock also tests for heavy metals and your DNA which creates a comprehensive profile along with your fitness profile.... then our work really begins!

With our non-invasive test using the very latest technology, we send in a sample of your hair and within 7-10 business days once our lab receives your hair sample, you will have the results in a full report.

Approximately 300 food and 300 non-food items are tested.

Our non-invasive test using the very latest technology, we send in a sample and within 7- 10 business days from it being received at our lab you will have the results in a full report.

Approximately 300 food and 300 non-food items tested. We also test the most common metals and where they are most commonly found.

Click here to view approximately 300 food items we test:
A-Lactalbumin Dried All Spice Berries Onion
Algae Duck Orange
Almond Eel Oregano
Amaranth Egg White & Yolk Ovalbumin
Anchovy Elk/Moose Meat Oyster
Anise Endives Pacific Squid
Apple Eucalyptus Papaya
Apricot Fennel Paprika
Asparagus Fennel Seed Parsley
Aubergine Fenugreek Parsnip
Avocado Fig Passion Fruit
Beta Lactoglobulin Flaxseed Pea
Banana Garlic Peach
Barley Gelitin Peanut
Barley Flour Ginger Pear
Basil Gluten Pecan
Bay Leaf Goat’s Milk Persimmon
Beef Grape Pilchard
Beetroot Grapefruit Pine Nut
Bell Pepper Green Coffee Beans Pineapple
Black Pepper Green Beans Pistachio Nut
Black Tea Green Pepper Plaice
Blackberry Green Tea Plum
Blackcurrant Guar Guar Gum Poppy Seed
Blue Mussel Guava Pork
Blueberry Gum Arabic Potato
Boiled Milk Hake Pumpkin
Bovine Lactoferrin Halibut Pumpkin Seed
Bovine Serum Albumin Hazelnut Quinoa
Brazil Nut Hemp Flour Rabbit
Bread Rye Herring Radish
Bread Wheat Honey Rapeseed
Broad Bean Hops Raspberry
Broccoli Horse Meat Red Bass
Bromelin Isphagula Red Beet
Brussels sprouts Jujube fruit Red Currant
Buckwheat Kamut Red Kidney Bean
Butter Fat Kiwi Fruit Rice
Cabbage Green, Red & White Kohlrabi Rice Flour
Cacao Lamb Rooibos Tea
Carambola Laurel Rosehip Tea
Caraway Leeks Rosemary
Cardamon Lemon Runner Beans
Carob Lemon Verbena Rye
Carrot Lentils Rye Flour
Casein Lettuce (7 Varieties) Semolina
Cashew Nut Lime Sesame Seed
Castor Bean Lime Blossom Tea Sheep’s Milk
Cauliflower Linseed Sheep’s Milk Whey
Cayenne Lobster Shrips
Celery Lovage Snail
Chamomile Tea Lysozyme Sole
Cheddar cheese Macadamia Nuts Soya Bean
Cherry Mace Spinach
Chestnut Mackerel Squid
Chick Pea Maize Corn Strawberry
Chicken Meat Mallow Tea Sugar (Beet)
Chilli Pepper Malt Sunflower Seed
Chub Mackerel Mandarin Swede
Chufas Mango Sweet Chestnut
Cinnamon Maple Syrup Sweet Potato
Clam Mare’s Milk Sweet Corn
Clove Marjoram Swordfish
Cocoa Bean Mate Tea Tapioca
Coconut Melon Honeydew Tarragon
Cod Milk Fat Tea
Coffee Milk Lactose & Powder Thyme
Conalbumin Millet Tomato
Coriander Millet Seed Triticale
Corn Meal Mixed Fish Trout
Courgette Mixed Fish Tuna
Cow’s Milk Mixed Seafood Turkey Meat
Cow’s Milk Whey Mixed Spices Turmeric
Crab Mint Vanilla
Cranberry Mould Cheese Veal
Crayfish Mushroom Vegetable (Mixed)
Cucumber Mustard Venison
Cumin Mutton Walnut
Curry (Santa Maria) Nettle Watermelon
Dandelion Oat Flour Wheat
Date Oats White Bean
Dill Octopus Yeast
Dinkel Flour Olive
Click here to view approximately 300 non-food items we test:
Abachi Wood Dust Finch Feathers Paper Wasp
Acacia Firebush Parrot Feathers
ACTH Formaldehyde Penicillium Frequentans
Alkalase Fox Epithelium Penicillium Notatum
Alpha-amylase Foxtail Millet Penicilloyl
Alternaria Alternate Fusarium Moniliforme Pepper Tree
American Beech Gerbil Epithelium Pepsin
Amoxycilloyl Giant Ragweed Phoma Betae
Ampicilloyl Goat Epithelium Phospholipase
Anisakis Goldenrod Phthalic Anhydride
Artemisia Fish Food Goose Feathers Pigeon Droppings
Ascaris Goosefoot Pigeon Feathers
Aspergillus Fumigatus Granary Weevil Pine
Aspergillus Niger Green Nimitti fly Pityrosporum Orbiculare
Aureobasidium Pullulans Grey Alder Pollens and Moulds
Bamboo Shoot Guinea Pig Epithelium Privet
Berlin Beetle Hamster Epithelium Protamine
Bermuda Grass Hazel Rabbit Epithelium
Birch Pollen Helminthosporum Halodes Rabbit Serum Proteins
Blomia Tropicalis Hexahydrophthalic Anhy-dride Rabbit Urine Proteins
Blood Worm Honeybee Rape
Botrytis Cinerea Horn Beam Rat Epithelium
Box Elder Horse Fly Bot Rat Serum Proteins
Brome Grass Horse Chestnut Rat Urine Proteins
Bromelin Horse Dander Reactive Chemicals
Budgie Droppings Horse Bot Fly Redtop
Budgie Feathers Horse Serum Proteins Rhizopus Nigricans
Budgie Serum Proteins House Dust Rough Marshelder
Bumblebee House Dust Mite Russian Thistle
Canary Feathers Insulin Bovine Rye Grass
Canary Grass Insulin Porcine Salt Grass
Candida Albicans Isocyanate Savinase
Casuarina Austrian Pine Isphagula Scale
Cat Dander Italian Cyprus Sheep Epithelium
Cat Serum Albumin Jack Fruit Sheep Sorrel
Cedar Japanese Cedar Silk
Cefaclor Japanese Millet Silk Waste
Chaetomium Globosum Johnson Grass Spruce
Chicken Droppings Latex Stachybotrys
Chicken Feathers Linden Tree Stemphylium Botryosum
Chicken Serum Proteins London Plane Storage mite x 5
Chinchilla Epithelium Lovage Sugar Beet Seed
Chloramine T Lupin Sweet Gum
Chymopapain Lycopodium Sweet Vernal Grass
Cladosproium Herbarum Maleic Anhydride Swine Epithelium
Cockroach Marguerite Swine Serum Albumin
Cocksfoot Maxatase Swine Urine Protein
Common Pigweed Meadow Fescue Tetanus Toxoid
Common Ragweed Meadow Foxtail Tetramin Fish Food
Common Reed Meadow Grass Thermoactinomyces Vulgaris
Common Silver Birch Mealworm Timothy Grass
Common Wasp Mediterranean Flour Moth Tobacco Leaf
Cotton Melaleuca Tragacanth
Cotton Seed Mesquite Trichoderma Viride
Cotton Wood Methyltetrahydrophthalic Anhydride Trichophyton Rubrum
Cow Dander Micropolyspora Faeni Trichosporon Pullulans
Curvularea Lunata Mink Epithelium Trimelletic Anhydride
Cultivated Oats Mixed Cagebirds Turkey Feathers
Cultivated Rye Mixed Feathers Ulocladium Chartarum
Cultivated Wheat Mixed Grass Pollens Ustilago Nuda
Daphnia Fish Food Mixed Moulds Sections Ustilago Tritici
Date Palm Mixed Nuts Velvet Grass
Deer Epithelium Mixed Rageweed Virginia Live Oak
Disinfectant Agents Mixed Rodents Wall Pellitory
Dog Dander Mixed Tree Pollens (x 11) Weeping Fig
Dog Epithelium Mixed Weed Pollens (x 7) White Ash
Dog Serum Albumin Mosquito White Pine
Douglas Fir Moth Wild Rye Grass
Duck Feathers Mountain Juniper Willow
Echinococcus Mouse Wormwood
Elder Mouse Epithelium
Elm Mouse Serum Proteins
English Plantain Mouse Urine Proteins
Epicoccum Purpurascens Mucor Racemosus
Ethylene Oxide Mugwort
False Oat grass Mulberry
False Ragweed Oak
Ferret Epithelium Paloverde
Ficus Papain

 

FAQ about our testing

For example, people who are diagnosed with wheat intolerance may also be intolerant to the chemicals used to manufacture the bread or other food item containing wheat.
Our test is the only test that identifies these chemicals.

Hay fever sufferers can be intolerant to grass, wheat or tree pollen.
Our test identifies the exact pollen which causes your hay fever.

A common cause of skin disorders is an intolerance to lettuce.
Our test not only identifies if you are intolerant to lettuce but the type of lettuce e.g Kos.

Intolerances to chemicals and non-food items causes identical symptoms to those of food intolerances so it is essential that both are tested at the same time.

Our test is currently the only test available on-line that tests both food and non-food items.

Everyone suffers intolerances but not all will lead to visible symptoms or cause major problems.
This is why a one-stop test is important and you do not have to then pay extra to discover what those intolerances are.

Your intolerances can alter over time and are affected by your exposure to the item and your environment.

If you have unexplained skin, respiratory or digestive problems you should have your intolerance levels tested regularly.