ImuPro Screen food intolerance provides an individual analysis of 22 foods. It is a simple way to find out whether you may have an IgG food allergy quickly and at a reasonable price. It is a purely diagnostic examination and does not include any dietary recommendations. You will find an overview of the tested allergens below.
A specialised laboratory performs a reliable diagnostic test (ELISA) to measure IgG antibodies to 22 foodstuffs in your blood. Based on the results of the antibody titre, the foodstuffs are then categorised into two groups:
- Not elevated
If ImuPro Screen shows that there are elevated levels of IgG antibodies to certain foodstuffs, it would make sense to carry out the complex individual testing of 270 food allergens using ImuPro Complete. In that case, you would receive extensive nutritional guidance and support. Since more foods would be tested, you would also have more alternatives for the 4-day rotation.
ImuPro Screen offers you several benefits:
- Reliable diagnostic test
- Report containing individual results for all tested foods at a glance
- Reasonable price
- Decision-making aid
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See the 22 Foods We Test Below
- Egg (Whole Chicken egg)
- Gluten – This covers foods that include wheat, barley, rye including bread and more.
- Goat milk and cheese
- Green bean and Peas
- Honey (mixture)
- Milk (cow) This covers dairy products that you may eat made with cows milk such as Yoghurt, Cheese and more.
- Sheep milk and cheese
- Soya bean
- Sweet pepper
- Yeast (beer, bread – brewers and bakers)
How to Take a Sample