Do you want to know the secret that celebrity supermodels, actors, athletes, yogis and nutritionists use to stay fit and healthy? (Hint: It’s one of Lindsey Lohan’s fitness secrets)

It’s called PINNER TEST! It’s anĀ Advanced Microarray Technology lab test that measures IgG antibodies present with permanent food intolerances. What if you discovered a food you are currently eating is causing those irritating symptoms?

What made PINNER TEST life-changing for me is it helped me discern temporary intolerances from permanent.

MY FOOD REACTIONS ARE NO LONGER A MYSTERY. Food sensitivities can be very hard to understand, and the tests most of my doctors used didn’t help, they only tested for food allergies which came back negative even though some foods were making me very sick. Some high histamine foods cause me rashes, but I’m not technically allergic nor intolerant. Yeast, mushrooms and blue cheese are sensitivities that started after being over-prescribed antibiotics for many years which led to a chronic, herb-resistant fungal infection in my gut. PINNER TEST validated that I wasn’t born sensitive to these fungi foods, and though I must avoid them, I appreciated validation for my cautionary tale of the long lasting negative effects of antibiotic overuse. This knowledge further supported my individualized recovery program re-building my gut, and understanding how to make the wisest food choices for my body.

I’ve taken a few food intolerances tests and PINNER TEST is the ONLY test that revealed I am permanently intolerant to soy, cinnamon, Brazil nuts, walnuts and sesame. That means anytime I eat these foods I will have a reaction, unlike temporary sensitivities that may come and go depending on my state of stress and immunity. Suddenly it made so much sense why I became so ill when I was a vegetarian loading up on soy, and why I had symptoms eating these “health” foods that weren’t healthy for me! PINNER TEST shows the degree of your sensitivity, from low to high. My soy sensitivity is high, while my sesame one is low. This correlates with my symptoms being more obvious with soy and more subtle with sesame (however, now I understand why too much hummus with sesame Tahini makes me feel like I’ve been food poisoned!).

If I had never taken this test, I wouldn’t have imagined to ask myself if I was sensitive to soy. I passed off the bloating, fatigue and indigestion as a “normal” side effect of consuming this legume.

STOP GUESSING! I am recommending PINNER TEST to all of my clients and anyone interested in learning more about their body and what diet is best for you. This test takes the guesswork out of searching for that perfect diet, or blindly following the latest trend. It also bypasses intuition that becomes cloudy from our (conscious or unconscious) emotional attachments to food.

Avoiding food intolerances will greatly improve your health, energy, well-being, focus and help you lose weight and stay in great shape!

IT’S EASY! I hate needles, I mean, REALLY hate them. I braced myself and then felt silly, I didn’t even feel a prick! It was so easy, the whole process of opening the package, taking the test and putting it in the return envelope took about one-minute (you can watch a video of my experience above).

YOU ONLY NEED TO TAKE THE TEST ONCE! No need for re-testing once you find out what your permanent trigger foods are.

READY TO TRY IT? SAVE $60 on your PINNER TEST with my promo code CoachLL. Note: If you suspect you are gluten-sensitive, I recommend eating gluten for a few weeks before the test for the most accuracy as antibodies are known not to show up when gluten isn’t being consumed.


It has taken me over twenty years to understand my various food sensitivities, and this is what I’ve learned. Some food sensitivities are due to enzyme deficiency, your body doesn’t make the enzymes needed to break down the food. Some develop from the gut flora becoming imbalanced from an infection. Other sensitivities are due to histamine intolerance, your body is lacking the enzymes that breakdown histamine. If you want to be thorough in your own investigation, this is what I recommend.

  1. Get the PINNER TEST done to see if you have an IgG sensitivity
  2. If your symptoms aren’t alleviated after avoiding those foods/spices…
  3. You may have an underlying infection such as candida (a fungus)
  4. Try avoiding high histamine foods for at least one month
  5. You may have MTHFR, a genetic mutation that can hinder digestion and immunity
  6. You may have low stomach acid and need to supplement Betaine

Why I Love Pinner Test...

SAVES TIME. PINNER TEST tells you which foods you’re sensitive to, releasing the need for guesswork or timely and restrictive elimination diets (how do you know exactly what to restrict?).

SAVES MONEY. Some IgG tests cost more than $600, don’t test as many foods and don’t guarantee as much accuracy.

EMPOWERING. Once you know your trigger foods you can create a customized diet for your body.

HEALING. Doctors using IgG intolerance tests like PINNER TEST report patients had substantial health improvements after avoiding their food sensitivities. When your body isn’t inflamed, it can repair itself.



Food intolerances are way more common than potentially fatal food allergies, but can be just as serious. Food intolerance, also known as food sensitivity, can make you feel miserable and lead to chronic health issues. Food intolerance can manifest in different ways. Symptoms may appear shortly after you eat, but sometimes not until hours or even days later, so it’s not always easy to identify the trigger food. Some people can tolerate a reasonable amount of the trigger, but if they eat too much (or too often) they get symptoms because their body cannot tolerate large amounts.


  • Bloating
  • Migraines
  • Headaches
  • Cough
  • Runny nose
  • Feeling as if you have the flu
  • Stomach ache
  • IBS
  • Ulcers
  • Hives
  • Nasal congestion
  • Rash
  • Eczema, itchy skin
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Anxiety
  • Acne
  • Difficulty losing weight no matter what you do
  • Body aches


One of my food sensitivities, and clients have shared some of theirs, too, include anaphylaxis-type symptoms. Unlike a food allergy, these more severe reactions, though scary, stop naturally with time without the need for an EpiPen.

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Wheezing
  • Throat swelling
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Drop in blood pressure
  • Severe swelling in abdomen and ankles

For a list of more symptoms, cilck here.


Food Intolerance Report


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