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KBMO Food Inflammation Test

Starting this month, I will be introducing KBMO Diagnostics testing as an option for patients with systemic inflammation who aren’t getting the results they desire through chiropractic or other treatments they may be receiving. This test is also great for patients who are interested in finding out if they have any food sensitivities or suspect that these may be linked to other symptoms. This test is administered through a simple finger-prick and the blood sample will be mailed to the lab for testing.

Food Inflammation Test (FIT)

Inflammation linked to food allergies or sensitivities is often connected to anxiety, depression, bloating, stomach pain, inability to lose weight, impotence, libido, fatigue, insomnia, joint pain, constipation or diarrhea, and sugar cravings. The FIT Test will identify the foods you are most sensitive to in a report and KBMOwill provide you a 7-day individualized meal plan specific to your results. This will give you a starting point to understand how to begin eliminating the foods that are contributing to your symptoms. Once you have received your results, you can also download an app that has more information and patient reports for cross-reactivity. This is a very extensive test which detects both IgG antibodies and Immune Complexes to determine their reactivity against a wide range of food antigens. These are the two most common food-related pathways, making this method of measuring much more sensitive. It measures sensitivities to 132 foods in all major food groups such as dairy, grains, fruits, meats, nuts, fish, seeds, beans, fowl, shellfish, vegetables, spices, microbes, additives, and extracts.

FIT Test – 22 Panel

There is also a less extensive FIT Test that only tests the most prevalent food sensitivities. It is a 22 panel test where they measure sensitivities against foods such as almonds, bananas, beef, brewer’s yeast, broccoli, candida, casein, chicken, coffee, corn, cow’s milk, egg whites, egg yolk, gluten, peanuts, pineapple, salmon, shrimp, tomatoes, turmeric, white potato, and whole wheat.

Zonulin Test

Additionally, KBMO also offers a Zonulin Test. Zonulin is a key biomarker for intestinal permeability and is also the only regulator of intestinal permeability that is reversible. This test will identify elevated levels of Zonulin with can lead to autoimmune disease, celiacs, gluten sensitivities, Type I Diabetes, juvenile nonalcoholic fatty liver, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, inflammatory bowel, and adult glucose intolerance. It can also detect and evidence of increased intestinal permeability.

For the month of June I am offering these tests at discounted rates of…. I am excited to share the tests with patients and I am hoping they can help facilitate patients’ health goals.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, feel free to contact me or check out the KBMO website They have all the information you need on the tests as well as a sample meal plan with recipes.



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