IgG Delayed Food Allergy Test

IgG delayed food allergy test is a blood test we do in FMD that measures the levels of immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies in response to specific foods. It's claimed that high levels of IgG antibodies to certain foods indicate a delayed or non-IgG mediated food allergy.

The test is also known as the food-specific IgG antibody test or food intolerance test, and it's often marketed as a way to identify hidden food sensitivities that can lead to various health problems, including digestive issues, headaches, joint pain, and skin rashes.

Many studies have found that high levels of IgG antibodies to certain foods are common in healthy individuals and do not necessarily indicate a food allergy or intolerance. Additionally, there is no clear cutoff for what constitutes a clinically significant level of IgG antibodies, and the interpretation of test results can be highly variable.

Therefore, ImuPro recommend IgG delayed food allergy testing as a diagnostic tool for food allergies or intolerances.

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