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Allergy Testing -96 Foods IgG


Allergy Testing – 96 Foods IgG | US BioTek Laboratories
A Non-Invasive Alternative fingerstick IgG Food Antibody Testing 96 Foods*

Biotek Allergy Testing – 96 Foods IgG


Allergy Testing – 96 Foods IgG | US BioTek Laboratories
A Non-Invasive Alternative fingerstick IgG Food Antibody Testing 96 Foods*

Researchers estimate that at least 60% of the U.S. population suffers from unsuspected food reactions that can cause or complicate health problems. Symptoms can be extraordinarily diverse, ranging from arthritis to eczema to migraines. For that reason, many health professionals routinely consider food allergies or intolerances when evaluating a patientís health problems. The Bloodspot IgG Food Antibody Profile can be the food allergy test of choice for many clinicians to identify problem foods for their patients.*

The less common but widely recognized atopic food sensitivities, such as an immediate reaction to peanuts or shell fish, are IgE-mediated responses.*

IgG antibodies are associated with non-atopic or “delayed” food reactions that can worsen or contribute to many different health problems. These reactions are more difficult to notice since they can occur hours or even days after consumption of an offending food. In some cases, a person may eat a food for several days before developing a reaction to it, so they may not realize the link between the food and their symptoms. These “hidden” food allergies are caused by increasing IgG antibody blood levels in reaction to specific foods.*

Often the offenders are frequently eaten foods that are hard to avoid, such as milk, corn, and wheat. Simultaneous high levels of many IgG food-specific antibodies are generally related to intestinal hyperpermeability.*

Food sensitivities can occur at any age, triggering many different symptoms and contributing to a variety of disorders, including:
Inflammatory bowel disease*

  • Fatigue*
  • Migraine*
  • Skin problems*
  • Rheumatoid arthritis*
  • Sinusitis*
  • Recurrent ear infections*

From a simple finger stick, the  IgG Food Antibody Profile measures levels of IgG antibodies specific to 96 commonly offending foods. It clearly identifies those foods that may be causing health problems, helping to achieve positive outcomes sooner, even when combined with elimination/provocation testing.*

Dairy* Fruits Grains/Legumes/Nuts
Casein Apple Almond
Cheese, Cheddar Apricot Amaranth Flour
Cheese, Cottage Banana Barley
Cheese, Mozzarella Blueberry Bean, Kidney
Whey Cranberry Bean, Lima
Milk Grape, Red Bean, Pinto
Milk, Goat Grapefruit Bean, Soy
Yogurt Lemon Bean, String
* Bovine-derived Orange Buckwheat
unless specified Papaya Coconut
  Peach Corn
  Pear Filbert
Vegetables Pineapple Gliadin, Wheat
Asparagus Plum Gluten, Wheat
Avocado Raspberry, Red Lentil
Beet Strawberry Oat
Broccoli   Pea, Green
Cabbage, White   Peanut, Runner
Carrot Meat/Fowl Pecan
Cauliflower Beef Rice, White
Celery Chicken Rye
Cucumber Egg White, Chicken Sesame
Garlic Egg Yolk, Chicken Spelt
Lettuce Lamb Sunflower
Mushroom, Common Pork Walnut
Olive, Black Turkey Wheat, Whole
Onion, White    
Pepper, Green Bell    
Potato, Sweet Misc. Fish/Crustacea/Mollusk
Potato, White Cocoa Bean Clam, Manila
Pumpkin Coffee Bean Cod, Atlantic
Radish Honey Crab, Dungeness
Spinach, Green Sugar Cane Halibut
Squash, Zucchini Yeast, Baker’s Lobster, American
Tomato, Red Yeast, Brewer’s Oyster
    Red Snapper
    Salmon, Pacific
    Shrimp, Western
    Tuna, Yellowfin

Included with each test: 
7-Zone Color Bar Graph – This offers a visual representation of a patient’s antibody levels shown against the respective antigens from our food and inhalant panels.*

Foods and Aeroallergens – These are grouped by type, e.g. dairy, nuts/grains, molds, pollens, etc.*
Individualized Report – Elimination & Rotation Diet Guidelines come with each food antibody report exhibiting high reactions.



*Your results may vary from those listed above.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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