Struggling to lose weight? Can’t figure out why you still don’t feel good, even though you eat well? Always feel bloated after meals? Have you ever thought that your food, even if it’s healthy, can be making you sick?

We now have the technology to get to the bottom of your life hindering symptoms and get you back to feeling your best. Millions of Americans are suffering from food sensitivities that cause conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, skin issues, brain fog, fatigue, bloating, and much more. Medications for these symptoms provide relief but don’t solve the underlying problem.

By doing a Mediator Release Test (MRT), you will uncover the underlying food sensitives that are causing your health problems. This lab test will immediately address your intolerance and finally end the cycle of trial and error to figure out what is happening in your body. The MRT test is the most comprehensive blood test available for food reactions. The test analyzes foods and food-chemicals that could be triggering your symptoms. Some food sensitives have delayed symptoms or even no symptoms at all making it very difficult to uncover.

Foods that most people believe to be healthy such as salmon, garlic, tomatoes, chicken, and apples could aggravate symptoms in some individuals. MRT measures changes in the liquids to solids ratio of your blood after you’ve been exposed food chemicals and accounts for all reactions by your immune cells. The test lists foods as “non-reactive”, “moderately reactive”, and “reactive” listing the foods that are best for you and which foods to avoid. Once you eliminate these trigger foods, your body will begin to heal, and you will restore your health. The test provides a natural, drug free way to support an individual’s health.

Here what people are say about it: “MRT reliably identifies reactive foods, and I consistently see remarkable clinical improvement in my patients by implementing a diet based on MRT results.” – Fred Williams, MD, Gastroenterology

Food sensitivities tend to be chronic, frequent, and are extremely difficult to identify. Most medical tests can’t identify issues at the cellular level. In many cases, symptoms do not appear until 48-72 hours after consuming a problematic food. This makes it really hard to know which food was the reactive food. If you are not being incredibly diligent then you might never know what is causing your symptoms.

If you have followed our blueprinting process then you may have already identified foods that make you feel sick or cause symptoms and most people suspect that certain foods may be a problem,  but are unaware what those foods (or food additives) are. And they might really surprise you. Foods that may seem perfectly healthy can cause major issue for some people. We have even seen foods like salmon and spinach be reactive for people!

While you can do lot of blueprinting it is incredibly tedious and takes a lot of discipline. This is a great way to shortcut the process. That doesn’t mean that you don’t have to still follow a process but it does mean that you can get a guide to speed up the process and to inspire you to take the next step toward feeling your best.

If you suffer from migraines, fibromyalgia, IBS, or other health concerns then our Food Sensitivity Testing program called MRT-LEAP may finally give you the answers and a solution to your problems. LEAP stands for Lifestyle, Eating, and Performance. The LEAP program uses a blood test and analysis called the Mediator Release Test (MRT) to identify hidden food intolerances or “trigger foods”. This blood test is more sophisticated than the other blood tests that you may have had (like the ELISA IgG).

MRT Testing Is Ideal For Those Struggling With:

  • Metabolic Issues: Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity, Type II Diabetes
  • Neurological Issues: Migraines, ADD / ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Epilepsy, Depression, Insomnia
  • Musculoskeletal: Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Dermatological: Atopic Dermatitis, Urticaria, Psoriasis
  • Gastrointestinal: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Functional Diarrhea, Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, Lymphocytic Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, GERD


  • Is MRT accurate? A blind peer reviewed scientific study showed that MRT had the highest level of accuracy compared to other food sensitivity blood tests. It is accurate to 94.5% for sensitivity and 91.8% specificity).
  • How do we do it? Food sensitivity testing is done using the patented MRT, which is an accurate “end-point” test. What this means is that it does not measure antibodies such as IgG, IgA, or IgE. Instead it indirectly measures mediator release (cytokines, prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and other mediators from various white blood cells) through precise measurement of changes to liquid/solids ratio of a blood sample after whole blood has been incubated with an individual food, additive, or chemical. It is the most accurate test (sensitivity 94.5% & specificity 91.7%) and the most comprehensive test available for determining food sensitivities and has helped thousands of people identify their triggers and put an end to their suffering.
  • When Are Your Results Ready? Your MRT results are presented to you in an easy to read graph (see sample below) showing low reactive, moderately reactive, and highly reactive foods and chemicals/additives. Then we will work with you to create your personalized plan (LEAP Protocol). Once the test is complete, we schedule you up with a Registered Dietitian who specializes in analyzes these test results and customizing an eating plan just for you. The RD will set you on a path to feel your best by avoiding reactive foods and eating foods that your body loves.
  • What is the difference between MRT and other tests for food sensitivities? How MRT Compares to IgG:  There are many advantages of MRT over any form of IgG testing.  MRT is an endpoint test, meaning that all the immune based adverse reactions that end up causing a mediator release in the blood will be identified.  So MRT does this without caring about the mechanism (such as IgG).  In fact, MRT considers the actions of all mechanisms, whether they are antibodies or other, because all of them ultimately cause white blood cells to release mediators.  MRT includes a much wider array of reactions than the relatively simple IgG testing.  In addition, MRT identifies reactions to chemicals.   Overall MRT is more accurate and useful clinically.