IgE Food Allergy Test: Immunoglobulin E (IgE) are antibodies produced by the immune system. When you’re allergic to a food, IgE triggers the release of chemicals in certain cells, which manifests as an allergic reaction. These food allergy reactions occur within minutes of eating certain food and symptoms range between minor to severe. It’s estimated that 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies.
IgG Food Allergy Test: Immunoglobulin G (IgG) is the most abundant antibody, comprising of 73 percent of all circulating antibodies. IgG food allergy tests identify delayed food allergy reactions. These reactions can worsen over time. IgG reactions are more difficult to notice since they can occur hours or even days from the time the food was eaten. This is why doing a good food allergy test is extremely beneficial. 180 foods tested!
IgA antibodies provide protection from mucosal damage. Elevated levels may indicate mucosal damage. 180 foods tested!
IGE Food Allergy Test: IgE immediate hypersensitivity reactions may consist of hives, throat swelling, wheezing, coughing, a runny nose, vomiting, swelling of the lips or tongue, tearing or redness of the eyes, or even a weak pulse and loss of consciousness. 96 Foods Tested!
Wheat / Gluten Comprehensive Test: My favorite test to identify IF gluten is an issue, if gluten is contributing to autoimmunity. Consists of wheat and gluten proteins, peptides, antibodies, Celiac genes, Intestinal Permeability including Actin, LPS, and Zonulin, full Gliadin panel and more!