Food Sensitivity 1 + Food Sensitivity 2
Measures the body’s immune response to over 209 whole food extracts.
Food Sensitivity testing can be used to determine which foods your body is currently reacting to, causing you symptoms from gas and bloating to fatigue and brain fog. It can be used to craft a personalized anti-inflammatory diet, just for you.
You eat healthy but still feel bad. Maybe you’re reacting to the “healthy” foods you eat every day. This test package will help you implement a *robust* personalized anti-inflammatory diet to reduce symptoms and improve energy.
Symptoms and risk factors
Consider the Vibrant Food Sensitivity 1 + Food Sensitivity 2 if you experience:
- Abdominal pain
- Brain fog
- Rashes, such as eczema
- Nausea and vomiting
- Skin itchiness and redness
- Bronchitis and asthma-like symptoms
- Musculoskeletal joint pain
- Muscle stiffness and swelling
Is this test right for me?
This test is ideal for patients who might be suffering from delayed reactions to certain foods. Using an antibody-based food sensitivity test can help prioritize the necessary foods to eliminate and create a customized diet plan around the patient’s specific needs.
How accurate is this test?
The Food Sensitivity 1 + Food Sensitivity 2 test combo offers specific recognition of antibodies to 180 commonly consumed foods.
How should I prepare for this test?
To prepare for the Food Sensitivity tests, fasting is not required. Vibrant Wellness does not recommend a “food challenge” if you are already aware that you have adverse symptoms to a food. However, if the food has been removed for a significant amount of time (which is highly variable among individuals), it may affect the results. If you are taking steroids, immunosuppressive medications, biologic agents, or other immunomodulating medications, you may not get an accurate result of your antibody levels. If you are taking any of these medications, you may get falsely lower or falsely higher antibody results. For this reason, to ensure the most accurate results, your ordering provider may recommend testing 14-30 days after discontinuing these medications, or they may recommend testing Total Immunoglobulins (Total IgE, Total IgM, Total IgA, and Total IgG) before testing specific antibody levels to foods. Consult with your ordering provider regarding whether to continue or discontinue any dietary supplements or medications before your test, or whether to test Total Immunoglobulins before your Wheat Zoomer test.