Do You Have Food Sensitivities?
You searched the internet trying all the tips and tricks, even trying what cured your neighbor's sister’s cousin of IBS. We understand the frustration that comes from not getting the results you wanted or being heard by other healthcare practitioners. Working with us means we'll listen and do a deep exploration to find the root of your symptoms. You'll get a customized protocol to help you reduce your symptoms and heal your gut.
You may have food sensitivities if you’re suffering from a range of symptoms including:
Abdominal or intestinal pain
Bloating, Distention, Gas
Nausea and/or vomiting
Headaches or Migraines
Muscle and joint pain
Fatigue or sleepiness during the day
General malaise (feeling lousy)
Irritability, Depression, Anxiety, Mood Swings
Post Nasal Drip, Chronic Drainage
Skin conditions such as Eczema and Dermatitis
Fluctuating weight, water retention
The Difference Between Food Allergies and Food Sensitivities
Food allergies often produce acute symptoms that are sometimes life threatening. Food allergy tests review IgE levels.
Food sensitivities are most popularly measured by testing for IgG or MRT and have unique characteristics such as delayed reactions and dose dependency. For example, although some reactions occur shortly after consumption, you can also react to a food 24-72 hours after eating it, often making it hard to establish cause and effect. In addition, unlike allergies, food sensitivities are dose dependent. For example, you might eat 1/2 cup of grapes and feel fine, but if you ate 2 cups you might not. Reactions can take many forms. Although most of the immune system is in the gut, reactions to foods aren’t necessarily confined to digestive symptoms. When you eat a reactive food, the immune system sends out special “chemicals” called immune mediators all throughout the body. These mediators can affect any organ or tissue, even in the brain.
The MRT Food Sensitivity Test is the Most Reliable and Complete Test
MRT stands for mediator release test. We test 170 foods and chemicals. The test measures the pro-inflammatory mediators (cytokines, histamine, leukotrienes, and prostaglandins) that are released when your cells come in contact with these foods and chemicals. The MRT test is more reliable than igg testing. (93.6 split sample reproducibility)
What is the LEAP Diet?
LEAP is the patented diet protocol that takes place after you receive your lab results. It is a customized elimination diet that focuses on your LEAST reactive foods and designed to calm down the immune system. We also support underlying issues, gut health, and build sustainable lifestyle skills. The LEAP protocol is the most important part of the process and you will be supported by your Registered Dietitian/certified LEAP therapist and your food coach, Beth and Jessica.
How Food Sensitivities Cause Inflammation
Path Nutrition Client Testimonials
*Disclaimer: Results vary because everybody is different. While these testimonials are real stories from real clients, we don't believe in comparing your body to others. This site does not provide medical advice. We don't diagnose because we are not medical doctors. Beth is a Registered Functional Dietitian and Jessica is a Certified Food & Life Coach.
Get Results with a Personalized Nutrition Plan
You start by meeting with us and getting the best lab test for food sensitivities. Other in-home test kits just give you the results but most people don’t know what to do with them. Your results are just one piece of your gut health solution. We’ll get to the root of your symptoms with a customized plan and unrivaled support. Your results are our priority.
Getting Started is Easy!
Start now by booking your free consultation call. We’ll listen to your health story and determine if food sensitivity testing is the right path for you. We’ll also explain our process and answer your questions.
Once you become a client we can see you in-office or online. We have clients all over the United States.
What are you waiting for? Book your call with our Registered Dietitian now.
*Path Nutrition does not take insurance but can provide you a super bill to file with your insurance provider. Only a portion of your program is applicable to be submitted for reimbursement and amounts vary based on your provider and qualifications.