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FIT Test

Updated: Jun 2

The FIT Test, a patented evaluation method, is designed to detect delayed food sensitivities across multiple pathways. Utilizing patented technology, it assesses both IgG and Immune Complexes, the primary pathways involved in food-related reactions within the body. This innovative approach enables the FIT test to identify food sensitivities, inflammation, and leaky gut syndrome in one comprehensive assessment.

Food sensitivities impact over 100 million individuals worldwide, posing challenges in diagnosis due to their delayed onset of symptoms, which can occur up to 72 hours after consumption.

Symptoms of food sensitivities are diverse and can include:

  • Anxiety/depression

  • Weight loss resistance

  • Abdominal discomfort

  • Reduced libido

  • Fatigue

  • Sleep disturbances

  • Joint pain

  • Skin issues

  • Gastrointestinal issues

  • Cravings for sugary foods

  • And many more.

The FIT test evaluates sensitivities to 176 different foods, colorings, and additives, encompassing a wide range of major food groups.

What Foods Are Tested?

Here is a sample report with the 176 different foods, colorings, and additives that are assessed within this test.

What Makes this Food Inflammation Test Different Than Other Tests Like Everlywell?

KBMO Diagnostics utilizes both IgG and Immune Complexes, the primary pathways involved in food-related reactions within the body. Other food testing laboratories will only use IgG complexes to identify food reactions. Using only IgG complexes will result in more false positive reactions leading to a longer list of foods to avoid.

KBMO Diagnostics also includes a Gut Barrier Panel to test certain markers to screen for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or Leaky Gut Syndrome. Here is a sample of the Gut Barrier Panel report:

How Do I Complete This Test?

The FIT test is a take home test. Here is a video that explains how to complete the test:


The Food Inflammation Test (FIT) by KBMO Diagnostics Labs is a valuable tool for identifying food sensitivities and reducing chronic inflammation. By providing a comprehensive analysis of food-related inflammatory responses, the FIT test helps individuals make informed dietary choices that support better health and well-being.

If you're experiencing symptoms such as digestive discomfort, chronic fatigue, headaches, or skin issues, consider taking the FIT test to uncover potential food sensitivities and embark on a path to improved health.


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