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When 96 foods just don't cut it, our Super Food 144 Panel steps in as an expanded version of the General Food Panel, offering an even deeper dive into your dietary sensitivities.


Understanding Delayed Food Reactions

Food sensitivities can manifest as a wide array of symptoms and disorders, often making them challenging to pinpoint due to the lag between consumption and physical reactions. This is where IgG (immunoglobulin G) food allergy testing shines. It's a powerful tool for identifying foods triggering these delayed responses. The results are tailored to each patient, providing a precise starting point for dietary adjustments.


IgG Testing: Your Path to Better Health

IgG testing guides practitioners in structuring elimination diets for various chronic health conditions. These delayed reactions can occur hours to days after exposure to specific food antigens, making diagnosis tricky. IgG food allergy testing detects the culprits behind these responses with patient-specific results, simplifying dietary modifications.


Preparation Matters

For accurate IgG testing, it's crucial to consume a wide variety of foods in the two weeks leading up to the test. Include as many of the foods from your chosen panel as possible. This ensures that recent exposure to these foods is reflected in your antibody levels. Skipping them during this period may yield false-negative results.


Please Note

IgG food testing is recommended for infants aged 18 months or older.


Common Conditions Addressed:

  • Asthma
  • Headaches
  • Eczema
  • Fatigue
  • Irritable Bowel


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144 Food Sensitivity Test (Includes Consult)

GST Included |
  • Includes a 30-Minute consult to discuss results.

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