We recommend starting with Wheat Zoomer and adding any of the additional 10 Food Zoomers for any foods that you:
Think may be potentially inflammatory to you
The Wheat Zoomer has been validated at 99% specificity and sensitivity.
*If your gluten-free lifestyle has been successful, a test for antibodies to peptides of gluten should come back negative. However, we have found that 90% of people on a gluten-free diet still will have antibodies to peptides of gluten or wheat or marker of intestinal permeability on the Wheat Zoomer. This critically important information could tell you that your gluten-free lifestyle and gut healing protocols have not been completely successful.
This test does NOT include a test interpretation consultation. If you are interested in having your test results interpreted please contact our former director of Clinical services Michelle Ross, MS, MA, CNS, LDN, IFMCP at email@example.com once you have received your test results.
*Test interpretations must take place within 3 months of placing the test order.
Michelle Ross is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, a Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist and an Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner. Graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport, Michelle holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and a master’s degree in Education from Pacific Union College. Michelle’s graduate school thesis focused on the complexity of gluten-related disorders and the potentially devastating effects of gluten on the body. She has been extensively trained in the advanced interpretation of functional testing, autoimmune diseases, gluten- and wheat- related disorders, and microbiome health.