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LECTIN SENSITIVITY AT-HOME TEST KIT

$299.00

Lectin, also known as an “antinutrient,” is a type of protein that binds to certain carbohydrates. Foods that are high in lectin include raw legumes (beans, lentils, peas, soybeans, peanuts) and whole grains like wheat. 

The Lectin Sensitivity Test is used to assess sensitivity to 16 high lectin foods and 7 high aquaporin foods. 

Many members of the lectin protein family can clump together and become problematic for your health. The Lectin Sensitivity Test detects IgA and IgG antibodies to lectins and other markers in the most comprehensive panel of foods available on the market.

A question this test may answer: Is a gluten-free diet right for me?

Some symptoms and risk factors associated with Lectin Sensitivity include: 

  • History of joint pain or rheumatoid arthritis
  • Experiencing fatigue or tiredness 
  • Depression 
  • Nausea (during or after meals)
  • Presence of skin rashes 
  • Following a vegan/ vegetarian diet high in grains and/or legumes 

 

At-Home Test Kits can only be shipped to California, CA, and Hawaii, HI. 


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Lectin has been thought to contribute to the development of diseases such as celiac disease, autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. This is because lectin can damage the intestinal barrier, letting food particles and toxins into the bloodstream which elicits an immune response. The most common high-lectin foods include: grains, legumes, nightshades. If you experience any of the symptoms and/or practice any of the listed below then you can potentially benefit from The Lectin Sensitivity Test.

  • Frequent use of antibiotics
  • Following a vegan/vegetarian diet high in grains and/or legumes
  • Those with known intestinal permeability
  • History of Rheumatoid arthritis (painful & swollen joints)
  • Nausea (especially after meals)
  • Neurological autoimmunity or degenerative symptoms of undefined origin
  • Experiencing fatigue or weakness
  • Psychological symptoms or disorders (depression)
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