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The FIT Test
Food Inflammation Testing


even the healthy ones
Glass of Milk


for you
Cutting Bread


if your gut needs healing


Getting to the root of problems often comes back to our gut.  An inflamed gut will be a poor barrier between you and the outside word, impact digestion, and allow things (like the foods you eat, and bacteria that enter the GI tract) to cross into the body that were never meant to.  This triggers the immune system, at which point even healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, healthy fats, or supplements you may be taking to combat your inflammatory issues could actually be creating inflammation in your body.  The best way to deal with this fast and effectively is to test so you can see what needs to be pulled out to reduce the inflammatory response while you work on healing the gut.  Any other form of elimination diet is really just a guessing game.  

Over time, and with other interventions to help heal your gut, you will be able add some (even most) of the eliminated foods back in. 

See a sample report.

Healthy Food
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Digestive problems wreak havoc in the entire body, leading to allergies, arthritis, autoimmune disease, rashes, acne, chronic fatigue, mood disorders, cancer, and more.  The inflammation that results from a damaged gut barrier can tax the immune system and it won't be able to do its job right.  So having a healthy gut means more than just being free of annoyances like bloating or heartburn. It is absolutely central to your health. It is connected to everything that happens in your body.

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