Genetic test

MRT tests

What is the MRT Test?

The MRT Test – Mediator Release Test – is an innovative method for detecting food hypersensitivity states with the degree of response to particular foods. What you eat is foreign to your body – therefore the immune system is “interested” in your diet. If you do not have any ailments, it means that your body’s response is non-aggressive – we talk about food tolerance. If you are eating too much or too often, you have health problems, that is, we are dealing with food intolerance.

 

Then the “interest” of your immune system changes into aggression and mediators are released – and you feel pain and inflammation occurs with difficult to diagnose the underlying. The solution is the implementation of the MRT Test.

 

What are the indications for performing an MRT test?

MRT test is recommended to everyone in the prophylaxis prevention.

 

Performing the MRT test is especially recommended for people presenting the following symptoms:

  • Difficulty in maintaining a constant weight
  • unbridled appetite for sweet tastes and purified carbohydrates
  • digestive problems: abdominal pain, bloating, heartburn, bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, anal itching
  • weakness, feeling of chronic fatigue
  • difficulties in concentration
  • excessive daytime sleepiness, insomnia at night
  • Underwater eyes, “bags” under the eyes
  • swelling
  • Skin eruptions, acne
  • Hair loss, alopecia
  • Excessive mucus secretion: chronically congested nose, nasal discharge, excessive mucus from the airways, frequent blowing of the nose, clogged or itchy ears
  • Symptoms of autism spectrum, ADHD, hyperactivity, restless legs syndrome
  • disorders of fertility, difficulties in maintaining pregnancy. The MRT test is recommended especially for people suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus type II, hypertension, lipid disorders, obesity, malignant diseases, sensitive bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, reflux, asthma, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases – Hashimoto, vitiligo, immune disorders and others.

 

 

What is the MRT?

The essence of the MRT test is to measure the total volume of blood cells and extracellular fluid after exposure of the sample to the antigens (food and chemical additives). This is a test that does not examine individual mediators, but all triggered by peripheral blood cells of the patient. Based on the literature and research conducted by Oxford Biomedical Technologies, it can be concluded that mediators released by leukocytes – both granulocytes and monocytes – are responsible for inflammation, sequelae and symptoms, rather than the presumed presence of IgG antibodies.

 

The test is based on a blood test.

 

The test results and discussion are delivered within a few days.

 

All measurements are made using patented technology, the most accurate of the currently available patent-protected measurement methods (Ribbon Impendance Technology).

 

The patient is invited for consultation during which an individual diet is set up excluding reactive foods and subsequent dietary modifications depending on the reported symptoms. It is not a restrictive and unilateral diet. The main goal of the diet is to silence the immune system, eliminate chronic inflammatory disease in the body, and most importantly eliminate the worrying and cumbersome clinical symptoms.

 

 

The MRT test can improve not only general wellbeing but also maintain a healthy body weight and healthy appearance. First and foremost, it can reduce the risk of many diseases, including cancer and autoimmune diseases.

The course of the visit

 

Reported
to the clinic

The patient accurately describes the problem, explains why he reported to the clinic and what results he expected.

 

 

Elaboration
treatment plan

A specialist doctor arranges a special, customized treatment plan and presents it to the patient.

 

 

Exercise
treatments

The next step is to prepare for the first treatment and carry it out.

 

 

Visit
control

The patient is under the control of a specialist who determines how many treatments must be carried out to achieve the end result.

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