Many people suffer from food and chemical sensitivities. Even “healthy foods” can provoke symptoms in sensitive individuals.
Do you have any of the following symptoms or conditions?
Conditions which food sensitivities may play a role include:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Celiac Disease
- Chronic Diarrhea
- Joint Pain
- Muscle Pain
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic Sinusitis
- Autism Spectrum Disorder/ADHD
Food sensitivity testing and a personalized nutrition plan may help.
This YouTube video created by my mentor, Susan Linke, is helpful in explaining the MRT/LEAP Food Sensitivity Program:
What is MRT®?
MRT® stands for Mediator Release Test®. MRT® is a patented blood test that measures your immune response to a particular food or chemical. (How Food Sensitivities Cause Symptoms).
It tests for 170 foods and chemicals (170 Test Profiles). It has a high level of accuracy: 94.5% sensitivity and 91.8% specificity.
From your MRT® results, I can assist you in creating a nutrition plan that can help reduce or eliminate symptoms due to food or chemical sensitivities. (Sample LEAP Results)
For more clinical information read, the January 2014 Townsend Letter.
What is LEAP?
LEAP stands for Lifestyle, Eating, And Performance. It is a personalized nutrition plan (based on your MRT® results) that helps to calm down the immune system.
A recent study showed significant symptom survey score improvement after Inflammatory Bowel Disease patients followed the LEAP protocol.
If you suffer from one of the above conditions and you are interested in MRT®, fill out a symptom survey, and schedule a 15 minute assessment with me, Amy Archer, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified LEAP Therapist. During the assessment, we will review your medical/nutrition history and your symptoms to determine if the MRT® and LEAP are right for you.
Sign up now for a free consultation to learn more about food sensitivities, food allergies, and nutrition counseling. I offer virtual and in person appointments for California clients.
Amy Archer RDN, CLT, CHWC
For more information, go to www.nowleap.com