So you got your LEAP Food sensitivity test results back…but now you may be wondering “what do I EAT!?” Learn how to manage your food sensitivities and enjoy food with our newest e-book, the LEAP Food Sensitivity Survival Guide.

We have a tool to help you take the stress out of meal prepping with food sensitivities.   This Food Sensitivity Survival Guide educates you with fun recipe infographics and guides. Use our Food Sensitivity Survival Guide to adapt your favorite meals to meet your individualized needs.

With ideas for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinners this book provides over 30 infographics and recipe guides to create simple, customizable, and delicious meals using the foods your body likes best.

Food Sensitivity Survival Guide


How Can This Food Sensitivity Survival Guide Help Me?

Use your test results alongside this guide to food shop, cook and enjoy food without stress. This easy to use e-book is structured to contain an infographic containing the different components of each meal with the MRT tested foods. With this cookbook, you can easily individualize a wide variety of meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks to provide you with a full days worth of meal inspiration! 

Each infographic is accompanied by a recipe guide with step-by-step instructions to help you create personalized meals at home! Each guide also contains sample recipes which can be easily adapted to meet your dietary needs. Our mission is to provide clients with the tools to create your own personalized meals!

Customization and personalization of meal plans is key. Since every person and every body is different, our Food Sensitivity Survival Guide will empower you to adapt your food to meet your nutrition needs.

Food Sensitivity Survival Guide

If you think that you may be suffering from food sensitivities, reach out to us for more information at 301-474-2499.

If you are interested in purchasing the e-book for $19.99 email and check our blog post inspired by the e-book How to Eat Breakfast If You Have Food Sensitivities 

Contributions by Ashley Statter, Student Intern.