What is a Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT)?

Certified LEAP Therapists are Changing the Face of Medicine

A Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT) is a critical part of the healthcare delivery team. In fact they are the only team member that can dramatically improve outcomes in a wide range of chronic health problems such as irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, migraine and other chronic headaches, fibromyalgia, eczema, urticaria, rheumatoid arthritis, PCOS, and a number of other illnesses related to food sensitivities. Their impact covers almost every specialty of medicine.

A CLT receives advanced clinical training in managing adverse food reactions with an emphasis on food sensitivities. CLTs apply that knowledge by using the LEAP protocol – an evidence-based and highly effective eating plan for food sensitivity related health problems. LEAP utilizes the patented Mediator Release blood Test (MRT) to help uncover food and chemical sensitivities, not IgE allergies. Going far beyond avoidance or elimination diets, the LEAP Protocol is more practical and suited to the clinical realities of food sensitivities. Therefore, the CLT is able to routinely achieve rapid and dramatic clinical improvements, often when conventional therapies have failed.

CLTs play a prominent role in treatment, make a significant positive impact to the health and quality of life of their patients, and relieve a massive burden to the health care system. CLTs are changing the face of medicine!

Read more about CLTs in Today’s Dietitian magazine:

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To learn more about becoming a Certified LEAP Therapist, please visit nowleap.com

 To find a Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT) near you, google “Certified LEAP Therapist” + your city or state.

How does the MRT work?

Click here to see it in action.

LEAP is an Evidence Based Protocol

Evidence Based Dietetics Screenshot from eatright.org

Fun explanation of the DBPCT. Put on your parachute.

“Evidence-Based Practice: A Core Competency for Dietetics” by Susan H. Laramee

(Shared for educational purposes only)

Read the PDF here.