Food Intolerance 220
The most advanced and comprehensive test offered for identifying food-specific IgG antibodies to foods we consume.
This is a new, state of the art, immunoassay based on Microarray Technology to detect food-specific IgG antibodies, from a blood sample.
Detects 220 IgG Food Antibodies.
Easy to read report.
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What’s the difference between food intolerances and food allergies?
The symptoms caused by a food intolerance are very different to allergy or IgE mediated responses. They are delayed and can appear up to three days after ingesting the offending food. This makes it very difficult to identify which foods are causing the problem without having a blood test. Food intolerances are caused by type III IgG mediated antibody response to foods.
These food allergies are easy to identify as you will react immediately to the food you have eaten, or at least within the hour. Some of the symptoms from an IgE-mediated response are severe swelling, breathing difficulty, rash, itching skin or anaphylactic shock. Food allergies are caused by a Type I IgE mediated antibody response to foods.
What foods groups are tested?
17% of Australians avoid eating certain foods due to an intolerance.
Once the foods that are causing health problems are identified, a comprehensive food plan can be created by the practitioner, avoiding the inconvenient and unnecessary removal of foods that do not cause a problem.
This improves compliance and ultimately gets results for your patient.
Symptoms associated with food intolerances:
✓ Weight Gain
✓ Water Retention
✓ Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia
✓ Skin Problems (Eczema, Hives, Psoriasis)
✓ Recurrent Infections (Ear/Sinus/Colds)
✓ Headaches & Migraines
✓ Crohns or Ulcerative Colitis
✓ Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Constipation & Diarrhoea)
✓ Gas & Bloating
✓ Babies with Colic
✓ Joint Pain