What is a delayed IgG food allergy and how does it develop?More Information
An unfavourable or harmful immunological response following the consumption of a particular food. Food allergies don't have a known origin. In some circumstances, a kid's allergies may reduce as an adult. Hives, stomach issues, or enlarged airways are examples of response symptoms. Severe reactions can be fatal. Medicines that inhibit histamine alleviate minor responses.
To live a healthy and strong lifestyle, our bodies require food to provide the energy and nutrition they need. Each person is unique, and they each have different needs. This also relates to our diets: Foods that are healthy for one person may be unhealthy or problematic for another.
Low-grade inflammatory problems may result from these delayed allergies. In turn, various chronic diseases are thought to be triggered by inflammatory processes. An effective approach for persons with chronic conditions may be IgG food allergy testing, followed by an exclusion and provocation diet. Food hypersensitivity is assessed with the comprehensive IgG-mediated food allergy laboratory test "ImuPro". The patient's blood is examined for the existence of specific IgG antibodies to certain foods.