Uncover food and chemical sensitivities with the Alcat Test
Test and manage conditions such as chronic fatigue, migraines, autism, obesity, and inflammation by eating foods your body considers safe.
Many years ago Lucretius expressed the basic concept for the Alcat Test. He stated, “One man’s meat is another man’s poison.” Now more than even, diet plays a critical role in preventing a wide range of degenerative diseases and premature aging.
The immune system is a double edged sword. It should react appropriately and protect against infection when confronted with harmful invaders or “infectious agents” like virus or bacteria. Unfortunately for some exposure to common foods, chemicals and molds may trigger chronic activation of the immune system.
For over 30 years, The Alcat Test has provided healthcare professionals and their patients with a tool for managing a wide variety of conditions links to chronic activation of the immune system, such as:
- Digestive Disorders
- Chronic Fatigue
- Aching Joints
- Skin Disorders
- Autism and many more
How it works
A small sample of your blood is sent to the laboratory overnight. Upon receiving the sample, the blood goes through a multi-step quality assurance process. During testing, your white blood cells are tested against foods and other substances in a process known as flow cytometry and cell impedance methodology. After testing, the results are presented in a clear and easy to read color-coded format.
The power of knowing
There is a new paradigm in health and medicine – personalization. Health can be improved and maintained by knowing how food plays a role in your body.
The Alcat Test enables you to take advantage of leading technology to create a personalized nutrition plan resulting in benefits that can be seen and felt.
The results from the Alcat Test can help determine which foods and other substances may trigger unwanted inflammation. The personalized nutrition plan based on your immune response can assist with food choices that are better for your health and well-being. When complying with the Alcat Test results, many clinical symptoms associated with food sensitivity may be substantially improved or possibly prevented altogether.