Food Sensitivity Testing

100 Food Panel Testing

Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms? Gassiness, bloating stomach, cramping, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, seasonal allergies, headaches, joint pain, recurrent yeast infections, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, food cravings or feeling like a rock in the stomach? You may have food sensitivities which can inhibit weight loss and overall health.

The digestive system serves as the foundation for a person’s overall health as nutrients are absorbed and utilized here with more than 70% of your immune system housed here. The problem that many people encounter is being sensitive to certain foods without even knowing it, which can cause inflammation and inhibit weight loss. This also compromises the digestive system and in turn, may lower one’s metabolism and promote other chronic health conditions over time, such as diabetes and heart disease.


  • Blood Draw – $25
  • Food Panel – $225 (Check or credit card written to lab company)
  • Extensive Lab Review – $75
  • Weekly Follow Up – $40

Please call the office 256.489.5748 to setup an appointment for your blood draw. After your lab results are received, you will receive a comprehensive lab review explaining what it all means in addition to the next steps to help you with the lifestyle change.

For more information on our services, call our office to make an appointment.

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I came to the Alison Wellness Clinic because over the course of 7-8 years I had gained over 50 pounds. I had tried every diet I could think of as well as went to the gym on a regular basis with no results. The diets would work for the first few weeks and then I would just start gaining the weight back again. I knew something would have to work eventually, so after hearing commercials for the Alison Wellness Clinic and looking into what they had to offer, I decided to give them a try. My experience with Alison Wellness... Read More

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