Are Food Sensitivities Making You Sick?



Chronic disease is not the result of just one thing.  There is a combination of lifestyle, diet, environment, genetic preconception, and family history.  As health providers, we are challenged with where to start when presented with a patient struggling with multiple complaints.  Using the ALCAT Test, we strive to quickly identify how to reduce or eliminate symptoms and avoid prescription medications; while guiding patients to achieve optimal health, well being and decrease disease risks.  Many times, it makes the most sense, to start identifying issues, starting with your GUT.  With improved gut health and ultimately decreased inflammation, we have seen cascading results - improved mental health, decrease in symptoms such as headaches and digestive issues. And yes, we've seen patients achieve the permanent weight loss they have desired.


What is ALCAT?

The Alcat Test is a blood test may help uncover which foods and other substances trigger chronic inflammation and its related health issues such as gastrointestinal, metabolic disorders, headaches, weight gain and others. The Alcat Test measures cellular reactions to over 450 substances.  Medical studies using the Alcat Test to guide diet have shown significant improvement of many common symptoms.  To date, the Alcat Test has helped over half a million people change their health. 


The Aspen Clinic is a provider of the Alcat Test.  It is easy to get started - we can provide you with the tools and resources to see how this test can make a life-changing difference in determining your body's metabolism and setting goals that will actually achieve results for your health and wellness.  See the powerpoint here and call us today to set up an appointment to take the next step to meet your goals.  (970) 279-5412





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