Key Advantages

  • Assessments available for all 3 key Food Antibodies (IgA, IgG, IgE)
  • All 4 IgG Subclasses Tested (IgG 1-4)
  • Exemplary Industry Accuracy
  • Tailored elimination diet guidance provided with every report

In brief…

  • An IgE antibody reaction occurs the same time or immediately after exposure to the antigen; food or inhalant.
  • An IgG antibody reaction is a delayed reaction to the allergen; (usually food – anywhere from several hours to days).
  • IgA antibody testing provides additional information to identify delayed food or microbial triggers as they are being formed via a potentially compromised membrane.

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