What is an IgG Food Sensitivity?
Your food intolerance* is actually something we can scientifically measure. A Type-1 IgE food allergy causes a nearly immediate allergic reaction, it’s what could be called a “classic” food allergy. A Type-3 IgG food allergy could be delayed up to three days, making it much harder to identify what caused the reaction. ImmuFood identifies what triggers these reactions in your blood so you can prepare your diet accordingly.
Our lab. CLIA-certified.
Our rigorous standards ensure quality service.
We measure up to 270 food proteins to pinpoint your food sensitivities
How It Works
All we need is a couple drops of blood. We’ll send you a test kit with a lancet to prick your finger and you’ll mail the sample to us in a prepaid package. Once we’ve run the testing in our state-of-the-art lab, you’ll receive an email that details your test results within a week. These test results tell you what foods you need to avoid and which you can keep in the kitchen.
Personalized Recipes to Empower Your Diet
Use our recipe app to get weekly recipes that you can quickly prepare for yourself at home. These recipes are personalized to your needs, encouraging you to steer clear of the foods that trigger your IgG allergies. All our recipes come with a detailed description of the nutritional facts and how its tailored to your health.
Stories By Our Customers
We get hundreds of stories by our valued and loyal customers throughout the globe – stating how our test has changed their lives for the better. You can read these stories as well!
“The test results not only gave me important answers as to what foods I should avoid, but most importantly what was the underlying cause for my migraines.”
“Thank you for the key to my wellbeing and the light you shed upon 18 years of suffering. This test changed my life.”
“Now, I rarely have any bloating and have lost a couple pounds which is a plus for me. I feel
great; I feel like I have more energy than I did before.”
Still have questions?
Here are just a few of the things people ask us often, see our full FAQ page.
What is ImuPro and how reliable is the test?
ImuPro is the biggest food allergy test worldwide, based in 55 countries around the world. The company is based in Germany and their technology is the gold standard globally for food intolerance.
Immufood is using ImuPro technology and methods in the US out of our diagnostic lab at NC.
The test is performed using the ELISA method which is a well-established standard procedure in laboratory analysis. Our results are reliable and reproducible and are checked through regular quality controls in labs across different countries.
The test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are considered for investigation and research purposes only.
What exactly is the difference between IgG and IgE?
IgG stands for “Immunoglobulin G.” Immunoglobulins are the antibodies used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects such as bacteria and viruses. Everybody has IgG antibodies in their blood but occasionally these antibodies can start to react against foods. This is what can cause food allergies or delayed-onset food allergies (food intolerance). IgE mediated allergies (type I) are completely different from IgG mediated allergies (type III). An IgE allergy is a traditional “true” allergy where symptoms occur immediately, rather than delayed in the case of IgG food allergies. IgG reactions increasingly occur in case of a disturbed intestinal flora, but decrease if the change in diet is kept to. IgE reactions occur occasionally and remain for your whole life. Type I food allergies must be considered in addition to the ImuPro results when changing your diet, since the food tested positively for IgE antibodies must always be avoided.
Does the test approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration?
No, this test was developed and its performance characteristics determined by Immufood Inc. It has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are considered for investigation and research purposes only.
The specific IgG concentrations determined by this test offer the basis for an elimination and provocation diet. We do not claim that the determined IgG concentrations reflect the occurrence or the severances of serious clinical symptoms.
Do I get consultation after the test?
Yes, you are not alone – After the test you have free 3 weeks chat support with personal dietitians. You also get personal recipes made just for you on a monthly basis the whole year:)
What are the most common allergens?
This cannot be generalized. What’s good for one person may be problematic for another. Years of experience with ImuPro tests, however, have shown that milk and dairy products as well as varieties of cereals trigger immunological reactions in quite a number of people. Gluten, egg white, dairy products, and brewer’s/ baker’s yeast are very strong antigens which should be avoided if you suspect an allergy – which isn’t always easy as they are often hidden in innumerable industrially manufactured food products.
Why our test is different?
Immufood is not a typical diagnostic center, we combined nutrition, technology and science to be able to give our clients the most comprehensive service in the market today. Our diagnostics are based on Imupro technology, a world leader in food allergy testing. Our test can provide up to 270 specific foods allergens which makes it the most complete test in the market today.
In addition to the test itself, our team of dietitians and chefs will provide you with personal recipes based on your test results with new recipes uploaded every month. Our team of dedicated dietitians and foodies are working on recipes for you monthly.
In addition, we also provide a chat with a dietitian after getting results, this is very important as we are not leaving our clients without answers to critical questions after getting results. This service is free for 3 weeks after the test.
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