96IgG Food Sensitivity Test

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High cholesterol increases your risk for heart disease and stroke, two leading causes of death in the United States. Getting your cholesterol levels checked is an important part of staying healthy.

BodyK offers a state of the art technology test to identify the offending foods in your diet. Many times the foods you eat frequently and seem healthy are contributing to your health problems. The test provides with the 96IgG results, and a four-day rotation, elimination diet plan. This customized plan is compiled directly from your test results and a nutrition questionnaire. Elimination of the offending foods can improve many health problems and lead you to a better quality of life.

Foods tested:

Almond, apple, asparagus, avocado, banana, barley, basil, bay leaf, beef, bell pepper, black pepper, black tea, blueberry, bran, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrot, cashew, cauliflower, celery, cheddar cheese, chia, chicken, cinnamon, clam, cocoa, coconut, codfish, coffee, cola, corn, cottage cheese, crab, cucumber, dill, egg white, egg yolk, eggplant, garlic, ginger, gluten, grape, grapefruit, green bean, green pea, haddock, honey, kale, kelp, lamb, lemon, lettuce, lima bean, lobster, malt, cow’s milk, mozzarella cheese, mushroom, mustard, oats, green olive, onion, orange, oregano, peach, peanut, pear, pineapple, pork, potato, sweet potato, rice, rye, safflower, salmon, scallop, sesame, shrimp, sole, soybean, spinach, squash, squash, strawberry, sunflower, swordfish, tarragon, tomato, tuna, turkey, walnut, watermelon, wheat, baker’s yeast, brewer’s yeast, yogurt.

Understanding the Difference Between a Food Allergy and a Food Sensitivity

When an immediate food reaction occurs, sufferers experience symptoms within hours of having ingested the food. This is what is known as a food allergy, in which the body over produces what is called Immunoglobulin E antibodies, (IgE). A food sensitivity, as opposed to a food allergy, happens gradually and isn’t life threatening. Symptoms of a delayed food allergy can take up to 72 hours to appear. This type of immune response is mediated by the IgG antibody.

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