She's made a video about double standards and how the ASA stopped her from saying that saliva testing was reliable.
There is also a petition
"Her core diagnostic technique is salivary hormone testing, which has certain advantages over the more common plasma and serum tests. It’s not a new test, and since both mainstream and natural healthcare practitioners alike have recognised the value of salivary hormone analysis, one would expect it to be uncontroversial.
But alas, no. Triggered by a single complaint, a 21st November 2012 ruling by the ASA ordered Alyssa to remove from her website the claim that “these are advanced medical tests...which are able to identify hidden hormone imbalances”.
Alyssa Spills All on the ASA
Alyssa’s video, aptly entitled Alyssa Spills All, takes a surgical knife to what she calls “the seemingly arbitrary nature of [the ASA’s] so-called adjudications”. In order to find against Alyssa on salivary testing, for example, the ASA relied on a single 2010 article by a non-medically trained journalist writing in the Wall Street Journal. In it, the author reported: “Study author Michael Gröschl, a biologist at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany, says more work is needed before hormone profiles for aging will be reliable.”
In ‘ASA-land’, such unsupported statements are more scientifically persuasive evidence than the peer-reviewed articles, published in reputable scientific journals, provided by Alyssa. Genova Diagnostics Europe, the laboratory that makes the salivary hormone testing kits, is fully accredited in the UK by – among others – the National Health Service (NHS) inspector, the Care Quality Commission. But the ASA seems to think it knows better."