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FOOD INTOLERANCE TESTING

What is food intolerance?

Do you feel bloated after meals, tired or foggy at certain times of the day, or get random headaches or migraines for no apparent reason? These might be symptoms of food intolerance. Although usually not life-threatening, the immune system’s intolerance of certain foods and substances may cause you to feel unwell, affecting your daily function and productivity and wreaking havoc on your overall health.

You can determine which foods are causing your body to react negatively with the Food Intolerance Test (FIT). Knowing your intolerances can help you better understand your body and make necessary adjustments to your diet in order to regain normalcy and achieve optimal health.

“We all have different reactions to exactly the same food. What is okay to eat for some may be toxic to others. Food, however healthy in the traditional sense, can sabotage one’s well-being if he is intolerant to it.”

Dr. Julien Kirby
Global Lab Systems Support Manager and Regional Sales Director, Cambridge Nutritional Sciences (CNS)

When should you get FIT?

Unlike allergies, food intolerances are usually not immediate, so it is harder to trace what you might have eaten that’s causing your body to react negatively. Food intolerances can lead to a lot of unpleasant long-term effects and deprive your body of proper nutrition, leading to more serious health issues.

 Check if you’re feeling any of these symptoms:

  • Feeling bloated, especially after meals
  • Chronic digestive problems, stomach pain, or diarrhea
  • Tiredness or fatigue at certain times of the day
  • Headaches or chronic migraines for no apparent reason
  • Lethargy and lack of energy
  • “Brain fog” or inability to focus
  • Chronic skin problems
  • Difficulty in losing weight

“For the past 6 to 10 years or so I have been dealing with health problems which I have been actively trying to solve. A friend introduced me to the Food Intolerance Test, and it blew my mind! I did the test and it was the first time I had tangible results in my hands. Not only on paper, but I really saw a difference in my body and symptoms.

I think people are tired of being sick, people are tired of hurting, and they want an answer. I’m just excited for people to meet LifeScience.”

Mari Jasmine, TV Host

LifeScience Food Intolerance Testing 

Developed by the Cambridge Nutritional Sciences (CNS), the Food Intolerance Test is a state-of-the-art immunoassay based on microarray technology to detect food-specific IgG antibodies.

LifeScience is the first health and wellness facility to successfully use FIT as a tool in guiding the health of our clients. By knowing which foods are good or bad for them, our doctors and nutritionists can modify the client’s health plan to help them meet their health goals or address specific health issues.

How it works

1

Take a simple blood test
(no special preparations or fasting needed)

2

Blood test is sent to the lab

3

Get results after 7 working days

4

Result interpretation and nutritional counseling with a Nutritionist-Dietitian

5

Elimination diet and food reintroduction

What’s included

Aside from getting comprehensive results, we offer health support for you when you get FIT at LifeScience so you can take charge of your health.

  • Consult with LifeScience doctors about your health concerns
  • Interpretation of results with a Nutritionist-Dietitian
  • Nutritional counseling and personalized health planning

LifeScience FIT Packages

Choose a package that fits your needs. Prices indicated are for one person.

Start eating right—and feeling better!

Questions or queries?

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