IBS and IBD are two categories of gastrointestinal illnesses. IBS is also a chronic inflammatory disease, but at a lower level than the latter, which is an inflammatory disease, according to evidence. Inadequate levels of certain enzymes or disturbed gut flora brought on by high consumption of FODMAPs, or fermented, oxidised, and polysaccharide-containing carbohydrates, can induce certain functional gastrointestinal problems.

Symptoms of IBS & IBD

  • Abdominal cramps
  • Bloating and diarrhoea
  • Diarrhoea
  • Eye irritation
  • Extreme exhaustion

Food hypersensitivity testing- IBS & IBD

You should search for foods that induce a delayed type of food allergy that results in an inflammatory response if these other factors have been ruled out. Unfortunately, the immunological response mediated by IgG and the onset of symptoms is frequently delayed by up to a few days. As a result, it is impossible to link food to a symptom. Eating one or more foods that make you inflammatory could result in major issues like chronic inflammation, the root of which is unknown.

ImuPro - To reduce weight

The "ImuPro" food hypersensitivity test can identify reactions to the primary foods that may act as inflammatory process triggers and uncover additional information about the relationship between IgG food and IBS and IBD.

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