If you do not or cannot get a blood draw but still want some information about your possible food hypersensitivities, the Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile is a great option. This at-home test utilizes a simple finger stick (which can be completed at home) to produce several drops of blood that is then used to determine your hypersensitivities to the 30 most common food allergens. This test measures your IgG antibody reactions to these foods; IgG reactions represent about 70% of the total immune reactions to foods, so this test gives you a great idea on how to modify your diet to lose weight and improve your health.
The Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile measures levels of IgG4 antibodies specific to 30 commonly offending foods including:
|Aspergillus(bacteria found in cheese)||Milk||Shrimp|
The results of this test will tell us your food allergies to the 30 most common foods, which can help us design a specific dietary and nutritional program to help you achieve your health goals.
If you would like to complete more comprehensive food hypersensitivity testing, a Lymphocyte Response Assay (LRA) may be a better option. Note: LRA testing requires a blood draw.
A copy of the test results will be sent to you along with detailed recommendations to correct any imbalances.