The FIT 132 is a Delayed Food Sensitivity test, that detects Inflammation through food. The test employs unique methods that detect both IgG Antibody and Immune Complexes together to determine the reactivity of each sample against a wide variety of food antigens. Measuring both, IgG and Immune Complexes together increases the sensitivity over other tests, which measure IgG alone.
The FIT 132 is a simple blood test that is available as a finger-prick test!
|The FIT 132 measures the sensitivity to 132 foods, colorings, and additives |
spanning all major food groups:
|Click here to view the list of the foods we test in FIT 132.|
The report depicts the results for 132 foods from common food groups displayed in an easy to read color coded graph that shows the foods which cause the highest sensitivities. This easy to use, one-page graph of clearly listed foods will help my clients and their medical healthcare community with treatment options. Elimination of the most reactive foods is recommended to reduce and calm down the antibody response. It takes about 6-8 weeks to reach that goal, and after that a guided reintroduction will determine if the food choice is safe to eat occasionally.
Depending on symptoms and reactions, another FIT Test is advised to prove the positive changes.
For our local clients:
Anybody interested in the test (who is not part of my existing client base), please make an appointment, and see me for a 30-minute meeting to fill out questionnaires and let me understand your goals!