Food Sensitivity Testing

MRT testing is utilized with those struggling with:
IBS with diarrhea
Migraines (2+ per month)
Fibromyalgia with IBS
Secondary Indications & Comorbidities:
Celiac Sprue
Chronic Sinusitis
Non-Seasonal Rhinitis
Chronic Sinus Headaches
Chronic Hives
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 
Other Autoimmune Disorders

Test Options:

MRT 170

Tests 170 different foods + chemical profiles


MRT 130

Tests 130 different food + chemical profiles


MRT 85

Tests 85 different food + chemical profiles


How it works:

1. A blood sample is drawn and sent to the lab on the same day - usually at "Any Lab Tests Now!" 

2. The lab divides the sample into 150 equal units plus control samples.

3. Each sample is then analyzed in sequence and compared to the patients own control samples to check for any mediator release from the cells regardless of cell class or mechanism.  

4. The degree of reactivity to the food substance is determined by the degree of change in liquids to solids ratio

5. A specific elimination diet is then developed to match your results

6. Once lab results come in, you will initially be educated to eat only the least reactive of the Non-reactive foods

7. Slowly, we will reintroduce new Non-reactive foods

8. Finally, you will be advised to avoid all Moderately Reactive and Highly Reactive foods



  • Sensitivity 94.5%
  • Specificity 91.7%
  • Reliability 90+%
  • Measures ALL Non-IgE Hypersensitivity Reactions
  • Food + Chemicals tested
  • Personal Diet Plan
  • Cannot measure IgE mediated reactions -Tests Food Sensitivity, NOT Food Allergy
  • Test must be preformed within 36 hours of blood draw
  • Test is not covered by insurance

What you get:

  • List of reactive & non-reactive foods
  • Pocket-sized card of reactive foods
  • Recommended Recipes
  • Tips on trying new foods
  • 3-5 Phase Support on Elimination + Reintroducing
  • Meal Plan for each phase​​
  • Rotating food ideas for variety 
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Keys to Success:

  • To Start: Symptoms must be severe enough to affect quality of life

  • You must be motivated to make life-long dietary changes

  • Having a dietitian who can answer questions and provide support

  • Being committed to nutrition appointments (every 2-6 weeks depending on level of care required). 

Will my insurance cover it?

Unfortunately, insurance will not cover the MRT Test. 
However, your insurance may cover the counseling with the dietitian, though. 
If that is the case, you will benefit from a discount on the above prices.
If the cost of the test is a little out of your price range, I have had success doing elimination diets, which typically take about 3-6 months of strict adherence to determine specific food sensitivities. 

Are you interested?

Reach out and let me know what test interests you! If you know your insurance will cover nutrition counseling then I will let you know how that may alter the pricing.