The IgG Food Antibodies is a food intolerance test which uses a simple blood spot to measure the total IgG levels reacting to food antigens.
Why choose the Bloodspot IgG Food Antibodies Profile for food intolerance testing?
From a simple finger stick, the Bloodspot IgG Food Antibodies Profile offers a non-invasive alternative to a blood draw in determining IgG food intolerance reactions. Responses to 90 different foods are tested, and responses are categorized by severity from borderline to mild, moderate, or severe on the report.
Why choose IgG food allergy testing?
IgG antibodies are associated with non-atopic or “delayed” food reactions that may worsen or contribute to many health conditions. The Bloodspot IgG Food Antibody Profile measures levels of IgG antibodies specific to 90 foods.
Which foods are tested?
This test measures the following families of foods and 90 specific foods amongst the following: Dairy, Legumes, Meats, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, Fruits, Vegetables, coffee
See a sample report: Food Sensitivity Screen – sample report