Did you know that even healthy foods may be harming you? Your body can mount an immune or inflammatory response to all sorts of foods and food components, triggering harmful reactions, stressing the body, and leading to a ripple effect that negatively impacts your health.
The IgG Food MAP tests your body’s IgG antibody reaction to 190 different foods, food components, herbs and spices, hemp, candida and yeast.
Since IgG reactions are often delayed and can happen hours or even days after you ingest the offensive food, it can difficult to notice the association.
IgG Antibodies tested in the following categories:
- Dairy and Dairy Components
- Beans and Peas
- Gluten and Gliadin
- Fish and Seafood
- Meat and Fowl
- Nuts and Seeds
- Herbs and Spices
- Hemp (CBD)
- Candida and Yeast
High IgG antibody levels may be associated with multiple symptoms including bloating, gas, constipation or diarrhea, burping, IBS, itchy throat, heart palpitations, headaches or migraines, fatigue, ADD or ADHD, mood issues, rashes or hives, acne, and other localized or systemic issues.
Symptoms most commonly improved (75%-100%) by eliminating foods with high IgG antibody reactions included asthma, coughing, ringing in the ears, chronic fatigue, headaches, gas, bloating, diarrhea, skin rash and itching, and nasal congestion.
Removing foods that your body is sensitive to can improve your overall health. Running an IgG Food MAP can be helpful in creating specific diet recommendations to remove stressors and allow the body to heal.
Left undetected, the inflammatory and immune insults caused by offensive food sensitivities may contribute deeper levels of disease.
This test can be done through blood draw or an at-home finger prick test.
Sample Report of the foods tested in IgG Food Map
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