I’m sure you are TIRED of doing the DIY route with your health, I don’t blame you! If you’ve researched food sensitivity test (MRT), you’re looking at the right food intolerance test. A common question is “what’s the best food sensitivity test?” because it’s hard to navigate through all the at-home tests + see what’s accurate.
I know the last thing you want is to order a test + it not be accurate and you’re busy avoiding foods you actually don’t need to avoid. Move over IgG testing, MRT is here!
The biggest difference between MRT test and other food allergy tests (usually IgG driven) is that the MRT is an end-point test – which mean it’s connecting the food to the actual inflammatory mediator in the body (like cytokines!).
An elevated IgG response doesn’t technically mean that inflammation is the result. It’s the middle man, so why not just look at the end point!?
This food intolerance test can be taken by anyone who is curious about which foods produce inflammation in their body. But it's helpful for people struggling with any inflammatory condition/symptoms (headaches, rashes, asthma, gut issues, etc). If you think you have a gut issue, I recommend taking our stool test FIRST, since gut imbalances can cause many food sensitivities.
If you want to see what your food intolerance test results would look like, click the button below to download a copy!
You can go ahead and buy a test + a session with one of our dietitians
You can book a free 15 minute call to chat with one of our team members to come up with a game plan to address your health issues. This call will ensure that you're doing the right testing for YOU and get you onboarded with the right package. Whether you're in Austin or Houston, we are here to help!
MRT Food Sensitivity Test
60-Minute Session with a Nuvitru Dietitian