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FOOD INTOLERANCE (FOOD IgG) TEST
@ ₹ 9990.00
215 Tests with a single Blood specimen
✔ Dairy/Egg  [09]                 ✔ Meat  [16]
✔ Sea Foods  [39]                ✔ Nuts  [15]
✔ Fruits  [35]                         ✔ Vegetables  [39]
✔ Grains  [17]                        ✔ Others  [15]
✔ Herbs & Spices  [30]

Dairy/Egg

Test Includes: [09 Parameters]

ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN MILK (Buffalo) CASEIN EGG WHITE EGG YOLK MILK (Cow) MILK (Goat) MILK (Sheep)

Sea Foods

Test Includes: [39 Parameters]

ALGA ESPAGUETTE ALGA SPIRULINA ALGA WAKAME ANCHOVY BARNACLE BASS CARP CAVIAR CLAM COCKLE COD CRAB CUTTLEFISH EEL HADDOCK HAKE HERRING LOBSTER MACKEREL MONKFISH MUSSEL OCTOPUS OYSTER PERCH PIKE PLAICE RAZOR CLAM SALMON SARDINE SCALLOP SEA BREAM (Gilthead) SEA BREAM (Red) SOLE SQUID SWORDFISH TROUT TUNA TURBOT WINKLE

Fruits

Test Includes: [35 Parameters]

APPLE APRICOT AVOCADO BANANA BLACKBERRY BLACKCURRANT BLUEBERRY CHERRY CRANBERRY DATE FIG GRAPEFRUIT GUAVA KIWI LEMON LIME LYCHEE MANGO MULBERRY NECTARINE OLIVE ORANGE PAPAYA PEACH PEAR PINEAPPLE PLUM POMEGRANATE RAISIN RASPBERRY REDCURRANT RHUBARB STRAWBERRY TANGERINE WATERMELON

Grains

Test Includes: [17 Parameters]

AMARANTH BARLEY BUCKWHEAT CORN (Maize) COUSCOUS DURUM WHEAT GLIADIN MALT MILLET OAT POLENTA RICE RYE SPELT TAPIOCA WHEAT WHEAT BRAN

Herbs & Spices

Test Includes: [30 Parameters]

ANISEED BASIL BAYLEAF CAMOMILE CAYENNE CHILLI (Red) CINNAMON CLOVE CORIANDER (Leaf) CUMIN DILL GARLIC GINGER GINKGO GINSENG HOPS LIQUORICE MARJORAM MINT MUSTARD SEED NETTLE NUTMEG PARSLEY PEPPERMINT ROSEMARY SAFFRON SAGE TARRAGON THYME VANILLA

Meat

Test Includes: [16 Parameters]

BEEF GOAT CHICKEN DUCK HORSE LAMB OSTRICH OX PARTRIDGE PORK QUAIL RABBIT TURKEY VEAL VENISON WILD BOAR

Nuts

Test Includes: [15 Parameters]

ALMOND BRAZIL NUT CASHEW NUT COCONUT FLAX SEED HAZELNUT MACADAMIA NUT PEANUT PINE NUT PISTACHIO RAPESEED SESAME SEED SUNFLOWER SEED TIGER NUT WALNUT

Vegetables

Test Includes: [39 Parameters]

ARTICHOKE ASPARAGUS AUBERGINE BEAN (Broad) BEAN (Green) BEAN (Red Kidney) BEAN (White Haricot) BEETROOT BROCCOLI BRUSSEL SPROUT CABBAGE (White) CABBAGE (Red) CAPER CARROT CAULIFLOWER CELERY CHARD CHICKPEA CHICORY CUCUMBER FENNEL (Leaf) LEEK LENTIL LETTUCE MARROW ONION PEA POTATO QUINOA RADISH ROCKET SHALLOT SOYA BEAN SPINACH SWEET POTATO TOMATO TURNIP WATERCRESS YUCA

Others

Test Includes: [15 Parameters]

AGAR AGAR ALOE VERA CANE SUGAR CAROB CHESTNUT COCOA BEAN COFFEE COLA NUT HONEY MUSHROOM TEA (Black) TEA (Green) TRANSGLUTAMINASE YEAST (Baker's) YEAST (Brewer's)

FAQ'S
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What is Food Intolerance ?
Food Intolerance (also known as food sensitivity), is an adverse reaction in your body to certain foods and occurs when your body sees a certain food as a 'problem food'. The foods which cause food intolerance are varied- Milk, Chocolates, Chicken, Wheat, Spices, Nuts and fruits etc. The cause of Food intolerance can be due to one of multiple factors - an enzyme deficiency, sensitivity to certain chemicals, or an IgG immune response. 
Food Intolerance results in a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, IBS, bloating, migraine or obesity. Symptoms can last for several days or longer and are often intermittent, making it difficult to identify which foods your body is struggling to deal with. 
Through our Food Intolerance tests, we check a range of foods which include dairy, vegetables, fruits, grains, non-veg food, spices and nuts.
Is gluten-free the same as wheat-free? 
No. A product can be wheat-free but not gluten-free and vice versa. Products are available that are both gluten free and wheat-free, but it is important to read the ingredients label to be certain. The Food Intolerance IgG antibody test uses wheat, barley and rye food extracts that do not contain gluten and this is tested separately as gliadin (a storage protein found in gluten-based grains).
If your Test Report shows an ELEVATED reaction to gliadin, it is important to eliminate any foods that contain gluten based grains and substitute with naturally gluten-free foods, such as quinoa, buckwheat, corm, oats and wild rice If your Test Report shows an ELEVATED result for wheat, rye or barley, but NOT for gliadin, the reaction may be de to one of the other proteins found in the grains.
Why is gliadin tested separately to gluten? 
The Food Intolerance test uses water-soluble food extracts to detect fond-specific igG antibodies. Grain extracts, however, do not contain gliadin (gluten) because gliadin is only soluble in alcohol and cannot be extracted with the rest of the grain. For this reason, gliadin is tested separately.
I have been avoiding foods for several months/years. Will this affect my results?
The Food Intolerance IgG antibody test is based on the immune systems ability to produce antibodies in response to certain foods. If a food has been avoided for more than 3 months, it is likely that IgG antibody levels will be insufficient To be detected by the test and may give a NORMAL result.
To test intolerance to a certain food, It should be included in the daily diet, or at least every other day, for 4-6 weeks before testing. However, if the food concerned is known to cause extreme symptoms/discomfort, do not reintroduce it. 
Do I need to have a re-test after a few months? 
Most people do not need to have a re-test, but if you would like to take another test, we advise a period of 6 months between tests. If symptoms have improved and you have successfully reintroduced problem foods, a re-test is unnecessary.
Why do I react against a food that I have never eaten?
It is occasionally observed that patients react to foods that they are convinced they have never eaten. Although not unusual, it is not attributable to a false positive result, but instead a 'cross-reaction' with another food. Some foods contain identical antigens (food proteins), even though they are not related to each other and/or do not belong to the same food group. These identical food proteins will be detected by the same antibody, thus producing an ELEVATED result.  The food we eat often contains ingredients which we are unaware of, especially if it is highly processed, and so we may be consuming foods such as Agar Agar on a daily basis and this could be the reason for a reaction when the Food Intolerance test is done.
What if I don't experience any improvement at all?
If, after changing your diet according to the test results, improvements have not been achieved after 3 months, food intolerance is unlikely to be the cause of your symptoms and other investigations should be undertaken. Results of the Food Intolerance IgG antibody test are intended as a guide to diet alteration only and should be complementary to advice from a healthcare professional.
If caws milk is elevated does this mean l am lactose intolerant? 
No. Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose, the major sugar found in milk, and is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme lactase. 
The Food Intolerance test detects igG-mediated food intolerance caused by the specific proteins found in milk, but does not detect the lactase enzyme and, therefore, cannot diagnose lactose intolerance. 
Is it possible to be affected by foods that ate not detected by the foodprint test? 
Same foods may cause a classic allergic reaction involving the production of IgE antibodies (Type l allergy). These will not be detected by the Food Intolerance test as it detects igG antibodies.
 There are also many foods that can cause a reaction in the body without involving the immune system, but produce symptoms similar to IgG reactions amines found in chocolate, cheese and red wine may cause migraines; some food additives such as tartrazine, can trigger hives, rashes and asthma; monosodium glutamate (MSG) found in restaurant/take-away food can produce sweating and dizziness; Nightshade alkaloids in potatoes, tomatoes and peppers may affect the joints. Food intolerance may also be due to a deficiency of a particular enzyme, such as in lactose intolerance. Avoid foods if you suspect they are causing adverse affects.
Change your diet?
It can be hard to know where to start making changes to your diet.
If you are unsure or have any queries, we advise you to seek the advice of a qualified expert such as a dietician or nutritionist, who can answer your queries and help you safely adjust your eating habits.
Our nutrition team is also here to help you, if you have a query about your results or a test, or would like a customized nutritional plan based on your results.