The Future of Food Sensitivity Testing, IBS, Rethinking Gluten Free Diets, and the Genetics of Coffee Metabolism with Dr. Joel Evans, M.D.
Dr. Evans serves as medical director for KBMO Diagnostics, a company that is producing the 2.0 version of IgG food sensitivity tests. KBMO has introduced new technology aimed at not only finding foods that register an IgG response, but that also cause inflammation which can damage gut health. In this episode, we learn about the new scientific developments aimed at increasing the reliability of IgG tests, we discuss a promising study Dr. Evans did on patients with IBS, when gluten free diets aren’t necessary, the health benefits of coffee, how food sensitivity can affect the development of our children and much more.
- Traditional food sensitivity tests and false positives
- Zonulin and when intestinal permeability is a good thing
- IBS discussion
- Who needs to be on a gluten free diet?
- Autism, failure to thrive, and food sensitivity in children
- Genetics of coffee plus acid alkaline balance
- Epigenetics and food sensitivity