The Benefits of FIT Food Testing with Dr. Goodman

What Foods Are OK For You to Eat?

In this session, I will introduce you to the benefits of FIT testing. FIT (Food Inflammation Test) is a unique test that measures antibody and inflammatory responses to 132 to 176 foods.

Food sensitivities can result in symptoms ranging from chronic sinus congestion to often-debilitating digestive disorders such as IBS.
At the end of this session, you can decide if you want to pursue FIT testing, after which you can schedule a FIT Review session to review your results.

Price Per Session $: 50
Session Length (in minutes) : 15
Booking Timezone: Eastern Standard Time (EST) [GMT -5:00]
What to expect in a meeting: I will explain the test's benefits and how to obtain testing. I will answer your questions thoroughly.
Target Audience: Individuals
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Area Of Specialty: Diet & Nutrition
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