The 7 most common food allergens are tested for both IgG and IgG4 response. Oo...
€ 159,- € 155,-
This pre-screening involves the identification of 31 foods. + IgE as of February 1 ...
If you don't want to start with the pre-screening, but want to immediately identify all possible food intoler...
Nearly half of all people have a hypersensitive reaction to certain foods one eats. The effects are often not life threatening, but the symptoms can have a huge impact on quality of life.
Do you have symptoms or complaints that just won't go away? If so, a food intolerance may be the cause. This is also known as a delayed onset food allergy.
Food hypersensitivity often goes unnoticed because the symptoms do not appear for several hours or even days. This makes it very difficult to detect these food reactions.
But for this there is now a solution: The "What can I eat" food intolerance test. With these tests you can discover whether you have a food intolerance, which could be the cause of your symptoms. Through innovative and extensive blood analysis, the food intolerance test identifies the IgG antibodies to food quickly and accurately. As the result you will receive a personal nutrition profile.
Food Intolerance Test
With this unique concept you never pay too much, you always receive a unique advice for follow-up tests that are useful in addition to the test you have chosen.
In addition to the results, you will receive personal advice on follow-up tests, based on your results.
The advantages of choosing a food intolerance or allergy screening from RP:
- High quality custom testing
- Tailored to the individual
- No unnecessary investigations and costs
- ISO certified laboratory RP Sanitas Humanus
- Experienced and knowledgeable staff
- Nutrition consultation with certified natural dietician for therapists and dietitians and health coaches.
- Consultation for individuals (surcharge)
The symptoms of food allergy areMost
- Bloated feeling
- Fatigue (chronic)
- Runny nose
- PDS (Irritable bowel syndrome)
- Abdominal pain
- Skin rash (itching/redness)
Acute allergic reactions:
- Hot flashes
- Anxiety attacks
- Endocrine disorders
- Hair loss
- Infection susceptibility
- Muscle/joint pain
- Mood swings
In the RPSH tests, total IgG (1,2,3,4) are measured. IgG and IgG4 are reported separately.
Based on your results, the lab technician will give you personal advice on which types of antibodies and which types of foodstuffs it would be wise to continue testing.
The possible follow-up tests following the pre-screening can be found here
You do not need to be sober for this examination.
Some immunosuppressors (immune-suppressing drugs) can inhibit an IgG immune response.