Food Sensitivity Testing
WHAT IS FOOD SENSITIVITY?
Food sensitivity is an immune process that leads to inflammation, which may contribute to symptoms of disease. However, food sensitivity is not a disease.
Symptom relief varies by body system, with digestive symptoms like irritable bowel syndrome and psychological symptoms like anxiety and depression, showing the greatest improvement when reactive foods were removed.
Patients who successfully removed reactive foods from their diets saw improvement in a variety of symptoms, most within 3 weeks. Symptom improvement was shown to be directly related to the removal of the reactive foods as symptoms returned when the reactive foods were reintroduced into the diet.
The Food Sensitivity Test is done with a simple blood draw in the clinic, the sample is shipped off to the lab and your results are back within 1-2 weeks.
For more information about Food Sensitivity, go to:
Rocky Mountain Analytical Fact Sheet on Food Sensitivity Testing