Food Sensitivity Testing

A Unique Dietary Plan Based On Your Gut Health
This Is The Foundation Of True Wellness And A Healthy Body.

BENEFITS OF FOOD SENSITIVITY TESTING

Making dietary and lifestyle adjustments based on food sensitivity testing can result in many positive changes in your overall health and wellbeing. Some of these benefits include:

REDUCED INFLAMMATION

ENHANCED NUTRIENT ABSORPTION

ENHANCED COGNITIVE FUNCTION

REDUCED STRESS

INCREASED ENERGY

IMPROVED SLEEP

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE

BENEFITS OF FOOD SENSITIVITY MRT TEST:

Quantifies inflammatory response to 170 most common foods and chemicals accounts for clinical and subclinical inflammation Reliable: 94% split sample reproducibility.

Every person’s body reacts to foods differently. Most physicians talk about diet. They will tell you to reduce the amount of red meat and carbohydrates you consume and try one of the popular diets, such as the Mediterranean, Paleo, Atkins, and so on. They do not realize that eating a “balanced diet” can be the cause chronic illness, debilitating symptoms and weight gain. Over 90 percent of the US population has at least minor toxicity to commonly eaten foods that contribute to inflammation in the body. Inflammation, in turn, causes a sense of lethargy, fatigue, and weight gain. Identifying harmful substances is the first step toward improving your health. 

​Many common symptoms, conditions, and diseases have been linked to inflammation caused by the immune system’s response to certain foods and additives. Our advanced food sensitivity testing allows us to identify your hidden sensitivities and allergies that may be causing this immune reaction and contributing to fatigue, chronic pain, and immune system imbalances. By identifying your unique triggers, we can help you develop and implement a strategic dietary and supplement protocol based on your current health needs and lifestyle.

Clinically validated: REFERECE: USE OF THE LEAP MEDIATOR RELEASE TEST TO IDENTIFY NON-IGE MEDIATED IMMUNOLOGIC FOOD REACTIONS THAT TRIGGER DIARRHEA PREDOMINANT IBS SYMPTOMS RESULTS IN MARKED IMPROVEMENT OF SYMPTOMS THROUGH USE OF AN ELIMINATION DIET
American College of Gastroenterology, Annual Scientific & Educational Meeting, Orlando, Florida, November, 2004
Fred H. Williams, M.D., Department of Gastroenterology, St. John’s Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri, United States