Having an IgG food sensitivity is very different from having a food allergy. Where food allergy tests look for severe, life-threatening or immediate food reactions, an IgG food sensitivity test looks for foods that may be causing hidden immune reactions 24-72 hours after eating. If you're experiencing persistent health issues, it may be due to ongoing food sensitivities, that when left unaddressed can lead to unbalanced inflammation.
By learning which common foods you have an IgG sensitivity to, you can start to eliminate these foods from your diet. Your body will be better equipped to function and by decreasing potential inflammation, numerous bodily systems will work more effectively. This test will provide an in depth glance at 190 common food sensitivities as well as provide a snapshot of potential yeast and candida, so you can make crucial adjustments to your diet and alleviate challenging symptoms.
By taking this test, you will be provided with the exact information you need to help you resolve your persistent food-related health concerns. By uncovering food sensitivities, which can range from mild to moderate or severe, you will be empowered with the information needed to overcome troublesome symptoms. Working with an EquiLife® Health Coach to review your test results, you will be able to quickly apply changes to your diet that can lead to improved digestion and overall well-being.
Test for mild, moderate or severe reactions to over 190 foods
Measurement of IgG antibodies goes above and beyond typical food allergy tests since it pinpoints the foods causing hidden immune reactions 24-72 hours after you ingest the food. Food groups tested include:
Fungus that naturally lives on your body
Candida Albicans and Yeast are common species of a specific fungus typically found in small amounts in your mouth, on your skin and in your intestines. Healthy bacteria in your microbiome control the balance of Candida and Yeast. When Candida and Yeast are constantly off-balance, the overgrowth can cause food sensitivities.
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