For pregnant women, sportspeople and children, the MRT test plus the LEAP Program have no side effects!
More and more of us struggle with serious health problems, such as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), migraine headaches, skin diseases, auto-immunological diseases, e.g. Hashimoto, Lesniowski-Crohn’s disease, RA. Regardless of the concerted efforts of physicians and the use of the newest treatments, many patients do not achieve a satisfactory improvement in health and quality of life. Sometimes the only solutions are surgical treatments or the use of potent drugs. It appears that one cause of these illnesses or the lack of improvement despite treatment might be food hypersensitivity. ‘Bad’ food antigens trigger our immune system into defensive mode, leading to excessive activation and action against cells of its own organism and inducement or exacerbation of an inflammatory state.
Inflammatory states of the organism
A list of conditions
Despite dissemination of research since 1956, many of us are still unaware how many of the conditions we struggle with might be the result of food hypersensitivity. Commonly published reports from medical examinations have identified even 75 health problems which might be strictly connected with food hypersensitivity. Unfortunately, the onset of a reaction is usually delayed and, if it is in response to a small quantity of food antigen, it may be slight. Moreover, the cause might be just one or a few ingredients making up a consumed meal. It is estimated that the phenomenon of food hypersensitivity will intensify. Consider right now eliminating these threats from your daily life and that of your family.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Crohn`s Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
- Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Asd – Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Restless Legs Syndrome – RLS
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrom
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Chronic Urticaria
- Atopic Dermatitis
A Solution! The MRT Test
What is the beginning of an inflammatory response of the immune system to contact with hostile antigens? Obviously, these will not be antibodies, which actually represent the last stage of most reactions. Leukocytes and the exacerbation of their reaction will always underlie the onset of a response from the immune system. The immunologist Dr Mark Pasula noted that, after contact with food antigens, white blood cells change their volume with varying intensity, which is the result of their release of mediators, the concentration of which determines the intensity of the inflammatory response. Dr Pasula’s development of techniques for objectively measuring the volume changes led to the creation of the MRT test(Mediator Release Test). The test defines the level of sensitivity to foods and food additives; therefore, it can lead to the elimination of the most reactive products from the diet and nutrition based on the safest foods. The MRT has the greatest diagnostic value among all commercially available food hypersensitivity tests.
Given test results, as well as an interview and patient examination, it is possible to devise an individual diet plan in accordance with the LEAP Program (Lifestyle, Eating and Performance), which leads to the elimination or easing of many ailments, the stifling of the occurrence of undesired epigenetic modifications, and the enhancement of the quality of life.
Where to conduct the MRT test?
The LEAP Program – the elimination of foods exacerbating the inflammatory state.
Health and well-being are priceless and mutually dependent. As the human body is the system in which we constantly function, we should try to take care of it without limiting the means. The key to maintaining harmony is listening to yourself and understanding the signals which your body sends you. We strive to be healthier and, as a result, more attractive. However, this requires significant knowledge, which you will gain with theLEAP Program.
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The MRT – Mediator Release Test – is an innovative method of detecting food hypersensitivity states as well as defining the reaction level of white blood cells to particular foods.
Development of the MRT test is the result of many years of research into food hypersensitivity conducted by Dr Marka Pasula, an immunologist and scientist.