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It is supposed to be a good reaction that fuels your body with needed energy. That is not always the case, and there is a reason why. Let's find out what it is.

Food Sensitivity Testing is actually a symptom of a gut imbalance. When the gut is "leaky" and bacteria and toxins enter the bloodstream, it can cause widespread inflammation and possibly trigger a reaction from the immune system. Common symptoms of leaky gut include bloating, fatigue, digestive issues, and you guessed it: food sensitivities! With these tests your food sensitivity results are highlighted alongside your Gut Intelligence Test recommendations. These tests measures your body’s immune response to wide range of foods.

Compared to other types of lab tests, the tests I offer (ELISA/ACT and Viome) are the most comprehensive and specific tests in determining and addressing the hidden causes of many common health concerns. These tests are revolutionary blood tests that directly analyze lymphocytes, the body’s long lived, memory-carrying white blood cells that indicate health and disease in the body. These are the only tests that simultaneously measure all three types of delayed sensitivity reactions through lymphocyte activation: reactive antibody (IgM, IgA, and IgG), immune complexes, and T cell direct activation.

Immunoglobulin G (IgG), the most abundant type of antibody, is found in all body fluids and protects against bacterial and viral infections. Antibodies are proteins made by the immune system to fight antigens, such as bacteria, viruses, toxins, or foreign substances. They are created in order to sound the alarm and attack when something that appears as foreign (antigens) enters the body. This reaction is meant to protect you, but in the case of food sensitivities, it can be frustrating.  These food sensitivity tests evaluate how reactive your immunoglobulin G, IgG, antibodies (the largest circulating antibody in the immune system) are in response to a wide range of foods. Your results to these foods could either be: high sensitivity, medium sensitivity, low sensitivity, or no sensitivity.


What is your body reacting to? One person's super food may be your poison. Let's find out!

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