Is TIP™ right
for you?

Every patient is different, we take measures to make sure the program fits your needs perfectly.

Onboarding Visit

The first step in the Tolerance Induction Program™ is a 90-minute appointment that includes data
collection and a consultation with a physician.

Patient Assessment

We have developed a unique patient assessment process based on patient-specific data. We compare their individual data against large populations of other food allergy patients.

What We Look For

Data Matching

An Overview


protein analysis
of plant and animal.


Break data
into class groups.


Assess individual immune system.


Develop a personalized “Allergy Snapshot.”


By studying hundreds of markers across thousands of patients with food allergies, each endotype (or subtype) of food found, helps us understand how much food allergen triggers each endotype anaphylaxis.

Machine Learning Model

Vector Analytics generates an endotype and populates the “Allergy Snapshot.” The snapshot is generated using millions of data points from the patient’s own biomarkers and is unique to every patient. The snapshot becomes our benchmark system for treatment.

Allergy Snapshot

This chart drives your patient-specific plan, which is based on your unique immune system. The goal is to move anaphylactic foods towards the Tolerant column with treatment using accurate data and technology. Interact with this chart to learn more.


If a food falls into the anaphylactic column, your child has a 95% chance of suffering a Grade 3 reaction.


If a food falls into the sensitized column, your child has higher chance of a Grade 2 allergic reaction when consuming larger portions.


Columns are represented as percentages, therefore some foods fall between columns. For example, you may be 20% sensitized, and 80% tolerant to seeds.


Our goal is to move foods to Tolerant, which means you can consume large, infrequent amounts of a particular food without reaction.

A Step to Food Freedom

Familiarizing yourself with each step helps you get closer to food freedom.