Allergy (27)


    • Celiac disease Gluten allergy IgA and IgG

    Celiac disease Gluten allergy IgA and IgG

    € 87,-

    • DAO diamino oxidase

    DAO diamino oxidase

    € 49,-

    • IgE total - RP

    IgE total - RP

    € 29,-

    IgE total can be done by either Labstein or Lab RP. We will look at where you can get the other ...

    • Coeliaki Gluten allergy IgA Transglutamine and IgA

    Coeliaki Gluten allergy IgA Transglutamine and IgA

    € 69,- € 49,-

    • Pre-screening + IgE What can I eat?

    Pre-screening + IgE What can I eat?

    € 87,-

    The 7 most common food allergens are tested for both IgG and IgG4 response. Oo...

    • Titanium allergy

    Titanium allergy

    € 29,-

    • Food allergy

    Food allergy

    € 39,-

    • 31 foods What can I eat?

    31 foods What can I eat?

    € 159,- € 155,-

    This pre-screening involves the identification of 31 foods. + IgE as of February 1 ...

    • Gliadin


    € 58,-

    Gliadin is a gluten protein that can trigger intestinal inflammation (including celiac disease and disease v...

    • Lactose Intolerance

    Lactose Intolerance

    € 269,-

    • Allergy Titanium alloy

    Allergy Titanium alloy

    € 79,-

    For a surgery requiring an implant, the doctor often specifies the material pr...

    • Allergy test other

    Allergy test other

    € 27,-

    an IgE allergy is a true allergy, not an intolerance (IgG can be measured with the WatMag...

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Food allergy

Allergy is a hypersensitivity reaction to harmless substances, such as pollen from trees, grasses or weeds. We then speak of hay fever. But one can also be allergic to animal dander, droppings of dust mites and fungi.

Our immune system protects our bodies against attacks and the penetration of foreign substances by making antibodies, among other things.

In the case of an allergy, the immune system is disrupted and makes antibodies (IgE) that cause adverse reactions. In the case of food allergy, the reaction occurs quickly, often within minutes to 2 hours. There is also a delayed reaction. This can occur up to 48 hours after eating the food. The culprit is then difficult to identify. There is also a non-allergic form of food hypersensitivity. Examples are lactose intolerance and sulfite hypersensitivity.

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