How’s your gut health?
Without realizing it, your health is affected by the food you eat every day. Foods that negatively affect your body can cause chronic inflammation leading to the risk of disease such as ulcerative colitis, obesity, diabetes, digestive issues and even autoimmune disease. Food can also trigger a whole range of symptoms and could be the missing link to help you understanding why you aren’t feeling well.
Food sensitivities can be related to many health issues, including: digestive concerns, migraines, inflammation, fibromyalgia, arthritis, fatigue, brain fog, sleep issues, sinus trouble, and many more!
Rather than guessing what these offending foods are, you can get this information from a food sensitivity test. With a simple at-home finger poke, you can receive your results within 2 weeks.
Let me introduce you to the FIT test
Using the Food Inflammation Test, also known as the FIT, you can measure up to 176 different foods, coloring and additives, as well as perform a Gut Barrier Panel which measures Zonulin (a marker of intestinal permeability, otherwise known as leaky gut), Occludin (a marker of tight junction stabilization and optimal barrier function) and Candida.
The FIT Test is the most sensitive food test available using patented technology. The multiple pathway approach allows you to identify not only food sensitivities, but also inflammation and gut permeability all from one test.
On a personal note…
Having the FIT test done for myself was truly life changing! It was a missing puzzle piece that I needed to get my health moving in the right direction. I had been suffering from chronic bladder infections (and when I say chronic, I mean CHRONIC! 3-5 days out of the week for 3 years!) With the FIT, I was able to pinpoint exactly what was going on, and in my case, it turned out to be a histamine intolerance as well as an oxalate toxicity. Once learning what to target and how to care for my body, I have been symptom free ever since!
Cost: $460 – Includes a personalized color coded report and a 30 min. follow up consult to answer any questions you may have.