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The IgG delayed food allergy test is a blood test that we use in FMD to assess the levels of antibodies known as immunoglobulin G (IgG) in response to particular foods. A delayed or non-IgG mediated food allergy is said to be indicated by high levels of IgG antibodies to a particular food.

The test, which is sometimes referred to as the food-specific IgG antibody test or the food intolerance test, is frequently advertised as a tool to detect underlying food sensitivities that may cause a variety of health conditions, such as digestive problems, migraines, joint pain, and skin rashes.

High levels of IgG antibodies to certain foods are prevalent in healthy people and do not always signify a food allergy or intolerance, according to numerous studies. A clinically significant level of IgG antibodies is also not clearly defined, and test findings can be interpreted in a variety of ways.

ImuPro advises IgG delayed food allergy testing as a diagnostic method for identifying food allergies or intolerances.

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