You would be amazed at how many health disorders are associated with food consumption. For instance fatigue, allergies, skin problems, indigestion, bloating, depression, anxiety, headaches, weight imbalances, hypertension and many more like these. In spite of the increased consciousness related to food intake as more and more people are turning to their nutritionist for advice on food and healthy living these issues still persist. Mostly health issues are considered to be related to intake of unhealthy food but in some instances due to certain sensitivities even healthy food can cause health issues in certain individuals.
For people with food sensitivities it is quite annoying to leave out certain food items from their meals some of which might be the most to their liking. The situation does not improve with the fact that it is quite hard to find what exact food item causing the problem. In most food sensitivity cases it takes two to three days for the results of the sensitivity to show. So it is hard to track down the exact food ingredient in such a broad time span which is actually causing the problem.
There is a way now your nutritionist can zoom in on the exact cause of your food related chronic ailment called the Leap food sensitivity test.
LEAP abbreviation of Lifestyle, Eating and Performance is a diet plan prescribed by your nutritionist after running a blood test called MRT. Each time you eat anything which your immune system is sensitive to the immune system released mediators which cause pain and inflammation.
MRT stands for Mediator Release Test, a blood test devised to measure the responsiveness or unresponsiveness of your body’s immune system to 150 foods and chemical enzymes. MRT pinpoints the foods and chemicals your immune system is rejecting and hence causing the sensitivity.
Here one can’t help wondering how accurate MRT is, well you would be happy to know that MRT has shown an excellent level of accuracy which is up to 95%. This is why it tops the list of food sensitivity tests. With the root cause of your food sensitivity quite accurately identified it would be a lot easier for your nutritionist to put you on a leap food sensitivity diet.
The second question which comes to mind is how long it takes to recover after you start taking the leap sensitivity diet. Well since each individual has a unique immune system the recovery time also varies from person to person. But in most cases the results start to show within one to two weeks of the treatment.