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Food/Inhalant Allergy Testing

Food/Inhalant Allergy Testing

a. IgG/IgE Food, Inhalant, & Spice testing: This ELISA test analyzes semi-quantify serum levels of total IgE and IgG antibodies for 90+ combined foods, inhalants and spices. It also includes testing for gluten sensitivity and a celiac profile. It includes customized food rotation diet plan. This is an ideal test for patients with suspected food, inhalant, and spice allergies or sensitivities.

Some of the Analytes Include:

Alfalfa Almond Apple Apricot Asparagus
Avocado Banana Beef Blueberry Broccoli
Buckwheat Cabbage Cane Sugar Carrot Casein
Celery Clam Chicken Chocolate Cheddar Cheese
Cod Coffee Corn Corn Gluten Cottage Cheese
Cow’s Milk Crab Cranberry Cucumber Egg White
Egg Yolk Garlic Gluten Goat’s Milk Grape
Grapefruit Green Beans Green pepper Honey Kidney Bean
Lactalbumin Lamb Lemon Lentil Lettuce
Lima Bean Lobster Mushroom Oat Olive
Onion Orange Oyster Papaya Pea
Peach Peanut Pear Pecan Pineapple
Pinto Bean Plum Pork Sweet Potato White Potato
Raspberry Red Snapper Rice Rye Salmon
Sardine Sesame Shrimp Sole Soy
Spinach Strawberry Sunflower Seed Tomato Trout
Tuna Turkey Walnut Wheat Yeast
Yogurt Zucchini

Vegetarian Foods and Spices Analytes Include:

Artichoke Garbanzo Parmesan Cheese
Bean Sprout Filbert Pistachio
Cantaloupe Kamut Safflower
Cashew Millet Triticale
Cherry Mung Bean Watermelon
Coconut Navy Bean Wheat Bran
Flax seed Oat Bran Wild Rice
Basil Bay Leaf Black Pepper
Cinnamon Cumin Curry
Ginger Mustard Peppermint
Rosemary Sage Thyme
Nutmeg Oregano Vanilla
Fennel Seed Cloves Allspice
Parsley Marjoram Horseradish

b. IgE Food Antibody Testing: The IgE antibody causes “classic” or “atopic” allergic reactions related to hay fever and anaphylaxis and is well-known for causing immediate allergic reactions. IgE food allergy testing reveals reactions that occur immediately after ingesting offending foods such as peanuts or shellfish. According to the FDA, more than 160 foods can cause allergic reactions in people with food allergies. The eight most common foods accounting for 90 percent of food allergic reactions are required by law to be listed in the ingredients, and are the food sources from which many other ingredients are derived.

Eight Foods that cause common Reactions Include:

Milk Eggs Fish Shellfish
Tree Nuts Peanuts Wheat Soybeans

c. IgE Inhalant Antibody Testing: The IgE antibody is the cause of “classic” or atopic allergic reactions related to hay fever and anaphylaxis, and is well known for causing immediate allergic reactions. The IgE Inhalant Antibodies Profile measures the IgE levels in serum that react to 28 different regional inhalant antigens. This profile is especially useful during high allergy seasons, such as springtime pollen or when an allergy from the environment is suspected.

Analytes Include:

Alternaria Tenuis Ash Tree, White Beech Tree
Cat Antigen Cocklebur Cottonwood Tree, Common
D. Farinae Dog Epithelium Elm Tree, American
Goldenrod Grass, Bahia Grass, Bermuda
Grass, Johnson Grass, June Hickory Tree, White
House Dust Lambsquarters Maple Tree, Red
Mugwort Oak Tree, White Pigweed, Rough
Plantain, English Ragweed, Short Sorrel, Sheep
Sycamore Tree Walnut Tree Willow Tree
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