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Lightweight and convenient for those on the go! Our NIMA Partners gluten sensor can fit in your purse or pocket.
With 3 easy steps, our uniquely designed sensor can be used by simply putting a little bit of food in a capsule, insert into the sensor and press start.
“NIMA Partners is more than just a gluten sensor, they are your partner through your disease and diet! The sensor has helped me reduce a lot of my food anxiety by being able to test my foods when I’m cooking or going out to eat.”
“I am a big fan from way back when your inventor was a beta company. I have 2 devices and Nima has saved me many, many times. There is an active Facebook account where we share our Nima results...thereby extending the life of our capsule “knowledge”. Just wanted you to be aware. We are all passionate about the product. Thank you so much for investing.”
“I wanted to say thank you for arranging the overnighting of the capsules. We are on a cruise, and they offer plenty of GF options, but the GF bread testing as cross-contamination. Without the Nima, we would be facing a rough trip.”
"what?? It wasn’t me!!! Nima showed me the “Gluten Found” wheat symbol!! Nima saved me from a few days of discomfort and pain. I have used it to test food from other non-dedicated restaurants and again, it kept me from an accidental glutening! Nima was well worth the investment and peace of mind."
"I’ve had Nima for 2 months now. I am extremely pleased with Nima. I have never become sick from food that Nima has cleared. I do not feel as isolated about going out to eat. I love being able to go out and not stress about what I can eat. Open the capsule packet, place the amount of food as referenced on the capsule. Closing the capsule is difficult, but the cog wrench is very helpful in closing the capsule. It is easy to place the capsule in Nima and start the testing. It does take approximately 2-4 minutes to receive the results, but it is the most portable gluten lab I know of. The difficulty to close the capsule and time it takes to get the results is why I took one star off."
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