ALCAT testing is now available in a convenient Toronto location on Danforth Avenue.
The ALCAT test is a simple and effective blood test that will determine which foods or other substances you need to avoid in order to maintain optimal health.
ALCAT testing is an analytic probe, which investigates how your body metabolizes food. It is based on the blood analysis through which the reaction to foods, chemicals, and other extracts, is investigated and their “toxicity” is observed. In fact, it measures the susceptibility of the blood cells to react to certain aliments.
More specifically, a small sample of your blood is sent to the laboratory overnight where it goes through a multi-step quality assurance process. Your white blood cells are tested against foods and other substances in a process using an impedance methodology based flow cytometer. This is a very accurate way to determine if your relevant immune cells react to the test substance. Your results are presented in a clear and easy to read color-coded format.
The ALCAT test has already helped improve the health of hundreds of thousands of people around the world who suffer from a wide range of symptoms and illnesses, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), arthritis, obesity, chronic fatigue, migraines, intestinal problems, and childhood illnesses such as attention deficit disorder.
If you are looking to see what foods or substances your body is intolerant to, the ALCAT test is for you. Call us at 416-461-8688 to find out why so many people in Toronto have been experiencing positive and amazing results with ALCAT testing.
For a limited time, each ALCAT test comes with a FREE 4-day rotation diet meal plan to help you get your food intake on track and maintain optimal absorption of nutrients and health.
Visit us at Inspired Life Health Centre to choose from a variety of in-depth testing options to suit your needs, and receive your ALCAT kit and requisition form.
Bring your ALCAT kit and requisition form to an approved LifeLabs location in Toronto and have your blood drawn. Your blood is then sent to ALCAT for testing.
We'll call you when your report is ready, and we'll also provide you with options on how to get the most optimal results you're looking for based on your ALCAT test results.