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Lab - KBMO FIT Test - 132 food sensitivity test - Conners Clinic
Lab - KBMO FIT Test - 132 food sensitivity test - Conners Clinic

Lab - KBMO FIT Test - 132 food sensitivity test

Conners Clinic
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Note: When ordering this test, we will mail you the self-collection kit (see video below) and then contact you when the results come back. We will send you the results and gladly schedule a short consult should you need some help with interpretation, though it's very easy to understand the results.

Food sensitivities affect more than 100 million people worldwide and it is often difficult to determine just WHAT a person is sensitive to. Food sensitivities cause a range of illness and symptoms, including skin rashes and chronic intestinal diseases so we are proud to offer the FIT test to help determine cause.

The FIT Test is a patented, multi-pathway delayed food sensitivity test. The test uses new technology that measures both IgG and Immune Complexes, the most common food-related pathways in the body.

The FIT Test measures sensitivities to up to 132 different foods and additives spanning all major food groups.

Food elimination based on the FIT Test results reduces symptoms a patient is experiencing.

This is a blood-spot test that is done at home. It is the easiest food sensitivity test that we know of. 

Watch the blood draw tutorial video below for instructions on how to collect a blood spot sample.

  • Collection Instructions
  • Protein Saver Card
  • Plastic Envelope
  • Alcohol Prep Pad
  • Sterile Single-Use Lancets
  • FedEx Clinical Pack Envelope
  • Prepaid Billable Stamp

For more information on the KBMO Fit 132 Food Sensitivity test, watch this explanation: