The Food Inflammation & Food Sensitivity Test
Does that picture scare you? While it looks harmless enough, even delicious to many - breads, meats, cheeses, dairy, oils, herbs and other foods may be causing you ailments. While you may only subconsciously know that some foods bother you, your body usually tells you one way or another when a problem is awry. The trouble is by human nature, we don't generally eat foods in isolation so it is hard to determine what may be a culprit of health or wellness problems that are derived from food. If this sounds like you... read on.
Do you suffer from any of the following issues?
Inability to lose weight
Bloating or stomach pain
Constipation or diarrhea
Fatigue or insomnia
Impotence or poor libido
If so, you may need to get tested for food sensitivities. Food allergies and the related health problems affect more than 100 million people worldwide. Food sensitivities can cause a wide variety of illnesses ranging from skin rashes and headaches to chronic intestinal diseases. Here at Revival IV Lounge we are now offering the Food Inflammation Test (FIT), the most sensitive test on the market! FIT Test measures IgG antibodies and immune complexes together which increases sensitivity over other tests. This test measures the sensitivity to 132 foods, colorings and additives spanning all major food groups.
Some of items included in the FIT test are:
Discovering what your sensitivities are will help you avoid your triggers and improve your quality of life. In collaboration with a nutritionist we offer seven-day meal plans tailored specifically to your FIT Test results. Additionally, there is a mobile phone app so patients can take their results on-the-go. This simplifies day-to-day tasks including grocery shopping and dining at restaurants. If you have unidentified pain, illness and symptoms, food sensitivities may be the underlying problem. A simple blood test can help you discover your path to self-healing! Call us today at 352-792-6811 to inquire about FIT Testing at Revival IV Lounge. You can also learn more on our services page for lab work here.