ImuPro300 IgG Food Intolerance Test 271 Foods
The ImuPro300 test includes detailed analysis of your reaction to 271 common problem foods including meats, vegetables, fruits and dairy, plus a large number of spices, thickening agents and preservatives.
In order to establish the presence of food intolerances, a blood test is taken; the blood is then analysed to ascertain whether elevated levels of IgG antibodies to food or additives are present.
People can develop intolerances to any number of foods. Food intolerances are invisible to your senses but may cause a range of slow-onset symptoms that are seemingly unconnected to specific foods until you are tested.
Many people are oblivious to food intolerances until they have a comprehensive type III IgG allergy (food intolerance) test. The test tells you which foods to exclude from your diets and which foods you should eat in moderation. Some of the common symptoms of food intolerances include:
RESPIRATORY: Respiratory problems, rhinitis, sinusitis, asthma, sore throat.
GASTRO-INTESTINAL: Vomiting, bloating, cramps, nausea, feelings of fullness, constipation, diarrhoea, colic, irritable bowel syndrome, digestive problems, crohns disease, coeliac.
SKIN: Eczema, dermatitis, acne, psoriasis, redness, dry skin.
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: Migraine, headache, vertigo, trouble concentrating, depression, hyperactivity.
ARTHRITIC CONDITIONS: Arthritis, muscle pain, weakness, fibromyalgia, cramps.
EYES: Dry eyes, watery eyes, redness, puffy eyelids.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: Diabetes type I, diabetes type II, thyroid problems.
CARDIOVASCULAR: Arterial hypertension.
WEIGHT: Weight gain, obesity, weight loss
Upon purchase of this test, you will be able to locate your blood collection facility and organise a time for your test. Once the results of your test have been processed, you will receive a 7 page quick summary of your result, a 70 page detailed analysis of your results complete with alternatives to allergen foods and a 50 page recipe ebook to help gain meal ideas using your allowed foods.
Foods tested as follows:
Okra, lady's finger
Chard, beet greens
Kale, curled kale
Radish red and white
Red algae (Nori)
Romaine / Cos lettuce
Mung bean, green gram
Candied lemon peel
Cereals (with gluten)
Spices & Herbs
Fish & Seafood
Iridescent shark, Sutchi catfish
Seeds & Nuts
Tea, Coffee & Wine
Benzoic acid (E211)
Sorbic acid (E200)
Alternatives to cereals and starchy products
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