We have turned dietetics into a powerful individual tool for the treatment and prevention of chronic conditions. Using modern achievements in the fields of immunology, genetics and microbiology, we provide an accurate and comfortable nutritional program that allows our clients to get rid of problems that cannot always be solved with the help of traditional approaches.
Our proprietary methodology allows us to reveal hidden individual pathological reactions of the immune system to foods caused by:
Deficiency or malfunction of digestive enzymes
Changes in the composition, diversity, and activity of the microbial flora
Disruption of the immunological control of intestinal barrier permeability (leaky bowel syndrome) and others
Our research team is currently in the process of filing an updated patent application with the USPTO, which will encompass the latest research findings and software breakthroughs, that make our current test results even more comprehensive and effective.
How is Immunohealth different?
IgG food intolerance testing is a diagnostic tool that measures the levels of immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies in the blood that are produced in response to specific foods. This type of testing is commonly used in the healthcare industry to identify potential food intolerances or sensitivities that may be contributing to certain symptoms or health issues. Industry standard IgG testing typically involves testing for a set panel of common food antigens, and the results are interpreted based on established reference ranges.
ImmunoHealth`s IgG food intolerance testing starts with custom antigen panels that are thermally prepared to react the way the consumed end-products would. The data received from our CLIA Certified lab partners is then analyzed through our program, which provides individualized reference ranges based on the client`s immune response. This approach is designed to provide more accurate and personalized recommendations for clients who may have unique food sensitivities that are not ascertainable through standard testing panels and established reference ranges.
It is important to note that the scientific evidence supporting the use of standard IgG testing for food intolerances is controversial. While we at ImmunoHealth pride ourselves with the success rates our clients experience and have relied for over a decade on word of mouth referrals, some healthcare professionals may have differing opinions on the efficacy and usefulness of these tests. As always, it`s important to consult with a licensed healthcare professional to determine the best diagnostic and treatment options for your individual needs.