MRT FOOD SENSITIVITY TEST
Collection Method: Blood serum (at home or lab)
Tests 170 foods and chemicals to assess if there is an inflammatory reaction.
The MRT uses a blood sample, which when sent to a lab, is able to determine your individualized response to a food by measuring the size of your white blood cells (immune cells) before and after exposure to each food and additive. The more your white blood cells shrink, the more pro-inflammatory chemicals they release as a response to being triggered by food, thus the stronger your food sensitivity is to that particular food.
Food sensitivities cause systemic inflammation that may manifest as digestive issues, anxiety, headaches, joint pain, and more.
This test is best combined with the GI Map test, as food sensitivities cause intestinal inflammation and occur due to a gut health issue (i.e increased intestinal permeability or "leaky gut") which needs to be addressed in order to reintroduce reactive foods.
Lab Kit is sent to you and completed at a local blood draw lab.