“MRT” Test vs. “Food Sensitivity” Tests

Food Sensitivity Tests – not all are created equal!

I began studying food sensitivities and tests, becoming a Certified LEAP Therapist (ImmuoCalm Diet protocol) in 2009. At that time, food sensitivity tests and gut health were seen as “quackery.”

And now, as people are forced to admit the science AND clinical experience, the markets have been flooded with food sensitivity tests of all sorts. And some are better than others.

But what are they testing for? What are they measuring? And what do you even do with the results? Just avoid triggers the rest of your life? (If you’ve been paying attention to my posts for a while now, you know that should never the end game! 😉 )

So listen in! Andee and I discuss:

  • different types of food sensitivity tests
  • IgE vs non-IgE “branches” of the immune system
  • IgG, IgA, IgM versus Mediator Release
  • Some things to be aware of and what to look for in a food sensitivity test and protocol

Ready to get tested, personalize your plan, and FEEL BETTER, FAST!? Shoot me an email kate@dublindietitian.com and we’ll make sure it’s the best path for you!

Published by Kate Cline, RD

Registered Dietitian with a focus on Gut Health, Inflammation, and Functional Nutrition. Personal Trainer with a focus on corrective exercise. Yoga teacher, traveler, empowerment coach.

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