By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Russell Shein
IgG blood tests are the perfect way to look for delayed food reactions. IgG is a specific type of immune system pathway reaction. It represents a specific immunoglobulin that the immune system uses to fight off foods viewed as a harmful invader. IgE responses represent the reaction from severe and quick reactions that occur within minutes of eating harmful foods. These reactions present with the staple anaphylaxis, hives, and other severe reactions. IgG reactions, on the other hand, represent a delayed reaction that could take hours or even a day or two to present with symptoms. These symptoms can affect us in a multitude of ways.
When your immune system identifies an invader it releases histamines as part of the response against said invader. This response leads to inflammation in the nearby organs and tissues. This means that IgG food reactions can present in just about every part of the body, and can be difficult to trace even with a food diary since the reactions are so delayed. If you struggle with symptoms and health challenges that seem to come and go in waves, you might consider an IgG blood test. Once ordered, we mail you the test kit which involves a simple blood draw. We provide you with the name and address of a facility to perform the blood draw. Within three weeks we mail you your test results with a full color rotation diet.
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Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.
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