Food Sensitivities Testing 

Allergies and other hypersensitivity reactions to foods and aeroallergens are characterized by elevated allergen-specific antibody levels in the affected individual’s blood.  IgE antibodies are found primarily in mucous secretions.  An IgE reactions occurs immediately after exposure to the allergen – a food or inhalant. IgG antibodies represent the most prevalent class found  in the blood.  The inflammatory process is gradual and may take anywhere from several hours to several days which is why this type of reaction of called delayed.

IgA antibodies can provide additional information to identify suspected food or inhalant  triggers.  IgA represents a primary immune reaction with a half-life of about 5 to 6 days when compared to IgG – which has a half-life of 20 to 24 days.  Analyze IgG and/or IgA reactions to determine food and/or inhalant sensitivities.  

The Oxford Biomedical Technologies MRT LEAP 170 tests for hidden inflammatory responses to 170 different foods and food-chemicals.

MARKERS INCLUDED ON THIS TEST:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Grains
  • Beans/Nuts/Legumes
  • Seafood
  • Meats & Poultry
  • Dairy
  • Chemicals
  • Flavor Enhancers
  • Miscellaneous

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Food sensitivity Testing can be complex, click here to learn more about why you want to choose to be tested for the MRT Test:

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