Thank you lmmuno Labs for the valuable information and support you have given not only me but also my family, on our journey to better health!
After researching a few companies that provided food sensitivity testing, Immuno Laboratories was recommended to me by a colleague of mine. Before recommending any tests that they provided to my patients, I decided to take the test myself and experience the 90-day program. I ordered the lmmuno Bloodprint 154 test for myself and was shocked to find that I had positive reactions to 40 different foods, some of which I was consuming daily. In addition to the Immuno Bloodprint 154, I also ordered the tests for egg subfractions and dairy subfractions, so that I could find out if it was a particular subfraction that I was more sensitive to or not. So for the next 90 days, I was going to eliminate the foods that I was sensitive to as best as I could. Before I started the 90-day program, the symptoms that were bothering me the most included digestive issues (gas, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and belching), irritability and occasional mood swings, lack of energy (fatigue, lethargy, and sluggishness), skin issues (horrible eczema and hair loss), and weight issues (cravings, excessive weight, and water retention).
On my initial symptom survey, I had a combined total score of 66. Throughout my 90 days, I followed the program as best as I could. I’ll admit, it was pretty tough at first, but after the first 2-3 weeks, it got a little bit easier. I would say I eliminated about 90% of the foods I was sensitive to. Every 30 days, I would retake the symptom checklist and my scores decreased from the initial 66 to 41, then 28, and then 12. My skin and weight issues improved about 75%, but the most noticeable differences for me were the digestive issues and the lack of energy. My digestive issues are all pretty much gone and I now have the energy to work out every day and more importantly, to keep up with my two toddlers. Over the last 90 days, I’ve lost 5 pounds, dropped 4 dress sizes, and I’m sure I’ve put on some muscle too. I participate daily in Crossfit and my personal record numbers have increased about 20-30% for many of the weighted movements, powerlifting, and Olympic lifting.
I also want to share the story of my 3-year-old daughter. It was her symptoms that prompted me to look into different food sensitivity tests. My daughter would occasionally complain that her “belly hurts.” There wasn’t much of anything else that accompanied that, such as diarrhea or constipation. This went on for a few weeks and then after about a month, it started to get more frequent. She was complaining every day about 4-5 times a day. I started to play with food eliminations but was confused about where and which ones to start with. Her symptoms got so severe that she would wake up 1-2 times a night and cry that her “belly hurts.” I ordered the Immuno Bloodprint 154 for her and she came back with 42 food sensitivities, with eggs and dairy being the most reactive. I had ordered the egg and milk subfraction tests for her as well to see the individual components. We immediately eliminated those 2 things and started to work on eliminating some of the other ones too. In less than a week, her symptoms started improving. By about the 3rd week, I wasn’t hearing her say that her “belly hurts” anymore. As a parent, it’s so hard to not feel helpless when your child tells you they are in pain and you can’t or don’t know what to do to make it go away.
I am thankful for these food sensitivity tests and the wealth of information that it has provided us in knowing more about our bodies and how certain foods react in each one of us. Thank you so much Immuno Labs!