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Hi everyone,

 

It's been quite a while since I originally posted this thread. I've been waiting long enough and want to take the MRT test; however, I thought I would bump this post once more to see if anyone has any experience with the test recently.

 

I also heard the elisa/act test is accurate but I still think the MRT is the way to go. Anyone have any positive experiences with the MRT? Thanks!

 

EDIT: They're quoting me $595. Has anyone found it cheaper somewhere else?


Edited by soapsuds - 8/24/13 at 2:25pm
post #22 of 22

Hello!

 

I have previous posts regarding my experience with LEAP for myself and my son... it has been very helpful for us.  Is the $595 a quote by Oxford Biomedical Technologies ...the lab in Florida who does the actual testing?  Or is this quote from a LEAP Dietitian?  Most of the time a LEAP Dietitian will be much less expensive than the going through the lab directly.  My fees are less, but not sure if I can post them here.  If you haven't found a LEAP Dietitian close to you to help you, you can call Oxford for a list of RDs in your area.  I have this phone number, or I can also help you by phone.  I would encourage you to do a screening to see if this is an appropriate test for you personally, and if there are other paths you might consider ruling out first (i.e., celiac.. or heavy metal toxicity, etc.)

 

My e-mail is JodyNevilleRD@yahoo.com if I can help you.

 

Best wishes!

 

Jody Neville, RD, CLT

CDR #852758

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