In this screening you will be tested on 225 different allergens (nutrients)
In the category Inflammation (IgG4); 90 Foods
In the category Histamine (IgG 1-3); 120 Foods + 15 Additives
Which 90 IgG4 foods are being tested?
Dairy: cow milk, goat milk, sheep’s milk, chicken egg
Yeast: baking powder, yeast
Fruit and nuts: Apple, pear, plum, grape, kiwi, strawberry, apricot, peach, banana, pineapple, orange, lemon, walnut, hazelnut, almond, pine, olive, mix forest fruits (raspberry, blueberry, currant), cherry, watermelon, mandarin
Vegetables: Potato, zucchini, eggplant, lettuce, paprika, tomato, cabbage, spinach, onion, celery, carrot, asparagus, cucumber, mushroom mix (boletus, white mushroom, pea, bean, lentils, chickpeas, garden tree, cauliflower , broccoli, beet, leek, pumpkin, fennel, turnip
Meat: Turkey, chicken, rabbit, pig, beef, sheep
Fish: Salmon, tuna, cod, seafood mix (octopus, squid, sepia), crab, anchovies, mussel, trout
Cereals: Wheat, rice, corn, barley, spelled, oat, rye, gluten, carob bean flour
Herbs: Garlic, pepper, parsley, mint, rosemary, basil, marjoram, nettle, chamomile
Sweet: cane sugar and sugar beet
Various: Cocoa, honey, coffee, tea, sesame, sunflower
Which 120 IgG 1-3 foods are being tested?
Dairy Products: Goat milk, cow milk, sheep milk, eggs
Raising Agents: Baking powder, yeast
Fruit And Nuts: Apple, pear, plum, grapes, kiwi, strawberry, apricot, peach, banana, pineapple, cantaloupe, orange, lemon, walnut, almond, peanut, olive, mixed berries, cherry, watermelon, tangerine, fig, hazelnut, chestnut, pistachio, coconut, papaya, citron, grapefruit
Vegetables: Potato, courgette, aubergine, lettuce, sweet pepper, tomato, cabbage, spinach, onion, celery, carrot, asparagus, cucumber, mixed mushrooms, red lettuce, green beans, chard, pumpkin, artichoke, chicory, endive, fennel, radish, rocket salad
Meat: Turkey, chicken, rabbit, pork, beef, lamb, horsemeat, roe, wild boar meatFishSalmon, tuna, crawfish, cod, sole, mixed cephalopods, lobster, anchovy, clam, trout, slipper lobster, mullet, mackerel
Cereals And Legume: Wheat, rice, maize, barley, soya, peas, spelt, beans, lentils, chick-peas, rye, broad beans, lecithin, buckwheat
Spices: Garlic, pepper, parsley, origanum, mint, rosemary, basil, marjoram, cloves, laurel, sage, nutmeg, thyme, cinnamon, vanilla, caper
Sweetener: Cocoa, sugar, honey, cane sugar, saccharin, fructose, maple syrup
Various: Coffee, tea
Which 15 Additives (incl. E-numbers) are being tested?
Yellow azo dye (E102)
Orange yellow azo dye (E110)
Carminic acid (E120)
Brown HT (E155)
How does the laboratory test work?
1. Order the test on our website.
The package fits the mailbox and if delivered for free!
2. Preperation of the test
You follow the enclosed instructions and by means of a painless finger prick you take a few drops of blood yourself.
You send (free of charge) the blood sample and the requested information (and optional hair sample) to our laboratory with the included return envelope.
Within 2 weeks you will receive the result of the intolerance test via e-mail. You will not only receive the results, but also an extensive advice plan and explanation about your intolerances. (Optional Minerals and Heavy Metals test about 4 weeks.)
Once you have received the result, the treatment plan and the explanation of your intolerances, you can make a call-back appointment with us, in which we will give you extra information and answer all your questions.
Please note: Our advice based on the measured values and any purchase and use of products as a result of this test are entirely at your own responsibility and risk. This is not a replacement for any medical consultation, only your doctor can make a diagnosis! We are not aware of your medical background, nor can we and may we advise you on this.
We recommend dietry changes only after consultation with an expert. Also think consider vitamin and nutritional supplements.