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Food Intolerance (Blood) Test

Food Intolerance (Blood) Test

Blood tests measure the presence of IgE antibodies to specific foods. IgE, is the immunoglobulin E, which is the antibody that triggers food allergy symptoms. Food Intolerance (Blood) is a test that determines specific immune system-based food intolerances. The food we eat can bring forth a positive or negative reaction in the body. Food Intolerance test is a proven method that doctor and pharmacist s recommend which is a IgG-related test that assesses which foods are causing negative reactions.

An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, also named ELISA or EIA, is the test that detects and measures antibodies in your blood. On the day of the test, you may to have wear a T-shirt or short-sleeved shirt to let easier contact while drawing the blood.

The test helps determine the most common intolerances individuals are allergic in any food out of which eight common allergens account for most food allergy reactions:
tree nuts (such as walnuts and cashews)
shellfish (such as shrimp)

One to two teaspoons of a blood sample would be obtained directly from you. An alcohol pad is used to cleanse the skin. A needle is then injected through the part of rinsed skin into to your vein; typically in the one that can be seen from the skin. The blood is drawn out from the needle by a nozzle, stored in a vessel and sealed with your name this sample is carried to the research laboratory for examination.

3.5ml gold top tube
Type Gender Age-Group Value
Food Intolerance
All age groups
Rs 900- Rs 3000

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