AllerFood IgG Food Allergy Test
96 foods by finger stick.
The information provided in this report enables the client to design an appropriate diet to exclude the reactive foods. With this test you can determine the primary cause of adverse food reactions. A food that causes an IgG response is referred to as delayed hypersensitivity, which may come and go in cycles, depending on whether the food is eaten or avoided.
Food IgG levels increase in response to the presence of the food antigens in the bloodstream, especially those foods eaten often such as corn, wheat, soy, and egg. IgG responses may cause delayed symptoms, such as joint or muscle pain, chronic headaches, fatigue, eczema, and psoriasis.
This quick and sensitive test identifies for food-specific IgG antibodies from a patient's blood spot sample. Simply, a lancet is used on the finger to obtain a few drops of blood, which are then absorbed onto our proprietary Micro-collection strips.
- Finger Stick Collection you do at home then mail to the lab.
- Doctors Order Provided.
- You receive a copy of the test results via email.
- Practitioner consultation available