Food intolerance testing
- History taking;
- Detailed laboratory analysis on the presence of antibodies to food allergens;
- Up to 270 food allergens;
- Histamine intolerance test;
- Detailed discussion of the results and nutrition recommendations.
IgG test is a method of laboratory diagnostics, revealing individual food intolerance. Almost any product can cause intolerance, also often called as delayed food allergy, IgG-dependent food allergy or Type III allergy.
Common symptoms of food intolerance are migraine, neurodermatitis, bloating, chronic fatigue, diarrhea, psoriasis, itching, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation. Food intolerance can be the cause of the development of inflammatory processes, that further lead to chronic diseases occurrence.
In case of food intolerance, the immune system produces antibodies of G class, in response, that can be sometimes delayed, to the ingestion of single food components. Laboratory tests for the IgG presence and value allow to identify products that are food allergens, so-called triggers, and provide with individual recommendations for nutrition. You can also undergo a laboratory blood test for histamine intolerance, which in many cases is diagnosed in combination with food intolerance.
Clinical studies have not yet confirmed the significance of the results of the IgG testing, but a huge positive experience justifies the use of this type of examination for the benefit of patients.