Food Sensitivity Testing
The nutrition your body requires.
Have you begun to notice that what you eat plays a huge role in how you feel? You may know that foods affect the way you feel, but what you may not know is why. The majority of your immune system is in your gut; your immune system is unique and it determines what YOU specifically agree or disagree with.
You can have a reaction to just about anything, even healthy foods. Proactive Lifestyle Fitness offers LEAP MRT food sensitivity testing, to help you determine what foods could be affecting you. Food sensitivity happens more often than you may realize. Through food intolerance testing, we are able to more correctly identify what foods make you feel sick and provide you with a list of foods that are safe for you to eat.
It can be hard to know if you have a food sensitivity issue or not. Reacting to food consumption anywhere between 72 and 96 hours after, knowing what you ate to cause the discomfort is not always easy. Not to mention, a food sensitivity can be dependent on how much you eat of certain foods as well as how often.
Know the signs.
You may not always feel the issues caused by food sensitivity. It often causes inflammation you are not aware of. Water retention, chronic fatigue, arthritis, migraine, and other conditions are some signs that what you are eating may not agree with your immune system. It is important that you know what you should and should not eat so you can live a healthy happy life without complications. Do not suffer, when there is a solution. Contact us for a food intolerance test today!
Medications can mask the symptoms of food intolerance, but in order to get down to the root cause of what you suffer from, you may need LEAP MRT food sensitivity testing. By testing your blood, our dietitians can figure out what foods you react to and create a list of “safe foods” that your body is okay with. Though food intolerance testing, we can customize diets to each one of our patients, lowering your gut inflation and hopefully eliminating your sensitivity symptoms.