Food intolerances can cause a wide range of disruptive symptoms such as:
Immunoglobulin (IgG) is a type of antibody. Antibodies are major components of the immune system.
Measurement of food-specific IgG (1-4) antibodies is used as a strategy for identifying foods to which you may be sensitive to.
The laboratory tests that I use in my clinic are IgG Food Intolerance tests that accurately detect over 100 food and drink specific IgG reactions.
The test is a 'pin-prick' test and a small sample of blood is then sent to the laboratory for analysis.
Once IgG reactive foods are identified and eliminated, most people report great improvements in their symptoms and discomfort. This is supported by a wealth of independent published studies.
It is always recommended that any concerns are discussed with a doctor first, before taking a food intolerance test.
This is to fully investigate the potential causes which may include investigations for coeliac disease, allergies and/or lactose intolerance.
Your doctor can then provide the medical follow up required if you test positive for these more serious conditions.
Clinical Nutrition and Naturopathic Health
Eve Morley N.T
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