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Following all my research, I now recommend a food sensitivity test for IgA and IgG antibodies. The body makes many different types of antibodies, and they are named with letters. IgE is the antibody associated with classic food allergies, like a peanut allergy (allergists specialize in testing for IgE food allergies). IgA and IgG are delayed response antibodies. IgA antibodies can last up to a week in your body after you eat a food, and IgG can last three weeks.
That means that you’ll likely not FEEL the reaction to the food when you eat it. It is more likely to cause low-grade inflammation and symptoms over time. If you eat that food every day, the inflammation adds up. Therefore, it’s most important to test for IgA and IgG antibodies; this will tell us the most significant responses to foods. The reason behind this is if you are going to be avoiding foods in your diet, you want to be sure you avoid the most important foods.
Have you been wondering if you have gluten sensitivity and need to avoid gluten?
With the information we get from an IgA and IgG food sensitivity test we can tell several things:
- Which foods to avoid
- Which foods are causing or perpetuating leaky gut
- The severity of the leaky gut
This information is pricelness when your goal is to heal your body! It’s important to note that not many practitioners offer testing for IgA and IgG food reactions so this is not a test you’ll be able to have done at the allergist’s office or even at a standard lab. However, you can do food sensitivity testing at home – it is available as a blood test by finger poke – FIND THE TESTING KITS HERE IN MY ONLINE STORE.
What I consistently find is that once patients have the results that tell them what they should and shouldn’t be eating, they feel extremely motivated to make changes to their diet. It’s hard to change your diet without knowing for sure which foods are negatively affecting your health – having results cuts through that confusion.
With this information, we can make a strategy for your health, including diet changes, leaky gut , supplements, herbs, nutrients, Probiotics, Prebiotics, Hydrochloric Acid, taurine, glycine, Glutamine, glucosamine, Aloe Vera, Slippery Elm, Licorice, Turmeric, Colostrum that will decrease inflammation and help your body heal.