The Elisa Blood test to establish food intolerence

Many allergy testing done fails to really identify the foods that are aggravating. Some testing methods are inaccurate and others simply do not check enough food groups.

This blood test measures your immediate and delayed reactions to 96 different foods. If these particular components of the blood called “immunoglobulins” react to your blood it indicates you have an intolerance to that particular food, as they shouldn’t react.

Immediate reactions (IGE) tend to show up fairly obviously as they occur soon after eating the offending food.

Delayed reactions (IGG) are much harder to pin point as it can take days for them to have a negative impact on your health. This is where the blood test can come in handy.

The results are recorded in a bar graph format to show how severe your reactions are.

Consider IgG testing for chronic conditions involving any system.

  • Gastrointestinal (distension, bloating, gas, cramping, colic, IBS, diarrhoea)
  • Respiratory allergic reactions (rhinitis, nasal congestion, sinusitis)
  • Dermal (ECZEMA, angioedema)
  • CNS (mood, behavior, learning difficulties)
  • Neurovascular (migraines, Meniere’s)
  • Musculoskelatal (weakness, feeling “below par”, arthralgia, myalgia).