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Allergy & Food Intolerance

Test for food allergies (IgE) & IgG4 screening (Cost is Per Panel)

  • 30 minutes
  • 125 British pounds
  • Great West Road

Service Description

With the test on food allergies & IgG4 screening we measure the following values: 1.) IgE class antibodies: to be tested 23 staple 2.) IgG4 class antibodies: to be tested 20 staple foods For whom is this test suitable? Our immune system reacts to foods that are foreign to the body because we eat them, but are actually harmless as if they were dangerous and fights them. Most allergic reactions occur immediately after food intake. One speaks therefore also of an immediate type reaction. With our food allergy test & IgG4 screening, we study foods that can trigger various symptoms. The food allergy test analyzes the following allergens: - meat mix (beef, pork, chicken, lamb) - egg white (egg whites) - cod - salmon - shrimp - Cancer - Milk - wheat - rice - Potato - hazelnut - peanut - almond - Mustard - apple - orange - strawberry - kiwi - Peach - Tomato - carrot - celery - soy IgG4 screening analyzes the following allergens: - Meat mix (beef, pork) - poultry mix (chicken, turkey) - Chicken egg (full egg) - Mix of cod, salmon, salmon, tuna, shrimp - Milk mix (cow's milk, sheep's milk, goat's milk) - casein - Spelt - corn - rice - Gluten-containing cereal mix (barley, rye) - Gluten-free cereal mix (Amaranth, Quinoa) - Bakers yeast - soybean - peanut - walnut mix (walnut, hazelnut) - almond - pineapple - banana - kiwi - gluten Our Food Allergy & IgG4 Screening Test tells you which foods you are responding to with symptoms. You get a diet rotation plan, which allows you to optimize your diet individualized to you and thereby counteract inflammatory processes in the gut. How does the test work? You take the samples at home, send them back to us and we will send you the result with information on how much your body has reacted to the food. You can see this on a scale from 1 to 6. Classes 1 and 2 indicate a mild to moderate reaction, classes 3 and 4 a slight to moderate reaction, and classes 5 and 6 a strong reaction. What does the finding contain and how does it continue? Your report provides detailed information about your body's response to the allergens listed above and whether this reaction is minimal, weak, mild to moderate, or severe. You can then discuss these results with your doctor or alternative practitioner, who can advise you on the further course of action and the various therapeutic options. What help do I get to my findings? We always recommend discussing the results with an experienced doctor or alternative practitioner.

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