MRT Food Sensitivity Test

MRT Food Sensitivity Test

The MRT (mediator release test) is a patented blood test provided by Oxford Biomedical Laboratories to identify your body’s inflammatory reaction to food and chemicals.

This test can help you identify foods that are causing inflammation in your body, leading to negative symptoms and reactions. The MRT is considered to be the highest standard of food sensitivity tests available.

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Is your food making you sick?

Does any of this sound like you?

  • You’ve eliminated gluten and dairy and you still feel bloated and miserable

  • You eat “clean” but still feel inflamed and your joints hurt

  • Headaches and migraines are ruling your life, making you miss out on going out with friends and family

  • You suspect that you have food triggers, but you can’t seem to figure out what’s causing your symptoms

Even a “clean” diet can cause inflammatory symptoms if your body is sensitive to the foods you’re consuming a regular basis. Blindly eliminating “inflammatory” foods from your diet can just feel like a guessing game, not delivering any real results.

Food sensitivity testing provides you personalized information about which foods work for YOUR body.

No more guessing games.

What are food sensitivities?

Food sensitivities are immune reactions in your body that cause inflammation and negative symptoms in response to certain foods. These immune reactions can affect every organ in your body, which means symptoms of food sensitivity can be widespread.

Food sensitivities are NOT the same thing as food allergies. Food allergies are antibody-mediated (IgE), while food sensitivities tend to be inflammation related.

What are symptoms of food sensitivity?

Symptoms of food sensitivity can be quite diverse, but include:

  • Digestive issues- gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, nausea, abdominal pain, reflux
  • Mood instability- anxiety and/or depression
  • Brain fog
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Acne
  • Eczema
  • Difficulty losing weight

How the MRT Test can help

The MRT test is the most accurate way to identify your inflammatory reaction to 176 foods and chemicals. The MRT test is designed to be paired with the LEAP (Lifestyle Eating And Performance) protocol, which calms inflammation in as little as 10-14 days.

As a Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT), I am specially trained and certified as a food sensitivity specialist. I will interpret your lab test for you and develop a personalized 3-phase diet protocol to drastically reduce inflammation in your body.

With a personalized protocol, based on data from your testing, you’ll have the tools to feel better quickly.

Dawn got her life back

“Becky is amazing, she is the only person that did not give up on me, have been to a few places before I met Becky and when the test results came different than what was expected they ignored me, not Becky she kept on digging and we finally found out what was going on I owe a lot to her. I have my life back.

-Dawn | RNT Client

Is the MRT Test Right for You?

You’re a good fit for the MRT test and LEAP protocol if…

  • You’ve been tracking your food but you can’t seem to identify any specific foods that are causing your symptoms

  • You’re already eliminated several foods, but it doesn’t seem to make a difference

  • You’ve been to multiple providers looking for answers about why you feel so terrible, but no one has been able to identify what’s wrong

  • You’ve been diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

      • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

      • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

      • Migraine

      • Fibromyalgia (or undiagnosed chronic pain)

      • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

      • Hashimoto’s

      • Eczema

You are NOT a good fit for the MRT test and LEAP protocol if…

  • You are not ready to make significant changes to your eating habits

  • You eat most of your meals at restaurants or from packaged food and you are not willing to cook meals at home

  • You are not ready to invest financially to get nutrition coaching to help you feel better fast

  • You have a history of an eating disorder

Jackie is able to thrive again

“My whole life has changed. I never thought I would be in this place where I am confident that I can manage my health and feel like, not just a functioning person, but a thriving one. It does not feel like a short-term fix either. It has completely shifted the way I live my life and view my relationship with food.”

-Jackie | RNT Client

How does it work?


We will meet for an initial video call to assess your symptoms, as well as discuss you goals and how you’d like to feel better in your body.


We will drop ship a test kit to your door and help you find a lab near you to get your blood drawn. You will get results from your MRT test within 2-3 days.


You will receive a personalized diet protocol base on your results with meal ideas and recipes. We will meet via video call regularly to support you through the entire process.


After your symptoms significantly improve (most clients start feeling better in 10-14 days), you will strategically reintroduce foods to increase variety and improve your gut health.


The MRT is the most accurate food sensitivity test on the market, with an estimated 94.7% sensitivity.

This test looks at a completely different pathway than most food sensitivity tests on the market. The MRT looks specifically at inflammation, which is the driver of most symptoms.

Most over-the-counter food sensitivity tests look at IgG (antibody) mediated reactions, which are known to have a lot of error. Many food sensitivities are inflammatory-mediated, but not antibody mediated.

A positive test for IgG antibodies could indicate food sensitivity, but you also often have IgG antibodies to foods you eat frequently.

If you have done a test like this in the past and still have symptoms, I would highly recommend doing the MRT test.

Not necessarily. The MRT is testing for a completely different pathway and is NOT testing for antibodies that indicate food allergy. It is possible to have an inflammatory reaction to a food that you’re allergic to show up on the MRT, but that’s not always the case.

You should still avoid foods you know you are allergic to.

Many of our clients notice at least a 50% reduction in symptoms in as little as 10-14 days. Complete symptom improvement may take several months, depending on your health and other contributing factors.

We will work with you to adjust the protocol so that it works for you! If it is not reasonable to follow the full LEAP protocol, we can use a modified version and still get great results.

This depends on your situation. The benefit of MRT is that it calms inflammation very quickly, which makes it much easier to heal your gut. If you have longstanding digestive issues, I recommend following up with a GI Map stool test and optimize gut health and healing.

If you are not sure about the best place to start for you, you can schedule a free strategy call with me.

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