MRT/ALCAT Blood Test
Tests over 150 foods
Optional tests - Functional Foods, Male Herbs, Female Herbs
Easy to follow food plan
Very cost effective (1/5 the cost of blood tests)
Can be performed on your initial visit
Takes about 15 minutes to test for over 150 foods
You will get your test results back immediately
No blood to draw, no wait time on results
No cost involved
Do it yourself from home
Helps to discover only a few of the main hidden food allergies/sensitivities
Hidden Food Allergy
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Autonomic Response Testing (A.R.T.)/Applied Kinesiology testing for hidden food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerance's is one of the easiest and most effective ways to determine potentially problematic foods for a patient. This involves introducing a food or substance to the patient's body and determining whether it has a negative or positive impact, by the patient's response.
Based on quantum physics, all matter including food possesses its own unique vibrational blueprint. When a specific food is introduced to the body, the nervous system immediately identifies and interprets the food’s vibrational blueprint to be either harmonious or disharmonious. This change in the nervous system can be easily detected by a muscle test. Generally speaking, if the food is harmonious and is OK for the patient to consume, then a strong muscle will stay strong, but if a food is disharmonious and is potentially a problem, then a strong arm will go weak. The mechanism behind this is more of an energetic response based on quantum biology. I personally have experienced tremendous accuracy with testing for my patients.
Here is a study demonstrating the accuracy of the Applied Kinesiology Muscle Testing for food allergies/sensitivities in comparison to blood tests (radioallergosorbent test (RAST) and immune complex test for IgE and IgG. In this study, Applied Kinesiology showed to be 90.5% accurate in comparison with blood tests.
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Another accurate method for testing for hidden food sensitivities is with the use of the MRT or Alcat Blood Test. I have experienced great results with these tests with my patients. This lab test can be sent directly to your home and will help to identify your hidden food sensitivities. It will also provide for you a customized food plan that is easy to follow and will deliver great results. Many professional and world class athletes have gotten incredible results with the MRT or Alcat test. Click here to learn about their stories.
However, it must be noted that the MRT/Alcat test will only identify hidden food sensitivities and not true IgE food allergies. True IgE food allergies are acute allergies that typically cause hives, a swollen tongue, blocked air passage, anaphylactic shock, and life-threatening symptoms. Common foods that trigger IgE food allergies include shellfish, peanuts, & nuts. Typically if you have an IgE allergy to a certain food, you will have already discovered it because of the pronounced symptoms. To test for the IgE food allergies, it requires a different type of test that must be performed by a medical doctor. Unfortunately, the standard IgE food allergy testing through a physician will not identify your hidden food sensitivities or intolerances.
You may also try an elimination diet, which is a diet where you eliminate the most common hidden food allergies/sensitivities for 21 days and then reintroduce them back into the diet one food at a time to monitor their impact on your physical and emotional health. This method may work well for someone who is in touch with their body and very disciplined, but for most people, this method does have its downfall as well. Because you are only eliminating the most common hidden food allergies/sensitivities, you still may be consuming offending foods that will cause ongoing symptoms.
Keep a Journal To discover if hidden food allergies/sensitivities are causing your symptoms, you can keep a journal of what you eat and how you feel afterward. Make note of your energy levels, your mood, and other physical symptoms within a few minutes to hours after you consume any food or beverage. Many people think that they are hypoglycemic because after they eat, they crash and they feel that it is due to low blood sugar. Where in reality, the crash is from eating hidden food allergies/sensitivities. The downfall of keeping a journal is that some symptoms can occur from 1 hour to 72 hours after an offending food is consumed. For example, swollen joints or clogged sinuses may occur the following day after eating an offending food rather than immediately after eating the food. This makes it very difficult to pinpoint the offending foods.