Functional Lab Test
IgG Food Map –
Food Sensitivity Test
Uncovering Food Sensitivities
The IgG food sensitivity test provides a useful guide for personalized rotation/elimination diets with clinical impact associated with a variety of diseases. Addressing identified food sensitivities can be impactful as they often contribute to chronic health issues, and identifying these sensitivities can be crucial to healing the body and relieving unexplained signs and symptoms.
Sometimes sensitivity symptoms to foods can be almost immediate, and this makes cause and effect easily discernible. However, there is a delayed food sensitivity. Delayed food sensitivity can be insidious and often chronic. It is not uncommon that a person may continue to eat offending foods unaware of their potential adverse effects, because symptoms associated with food sensitivities may occur hours or days after the offending food was eaten.
IgG Food MAP test is a comprehensive food sensitivity test that measures antibodies to 190 common foods, herbs, and spices typically found in Western, Asian, and Mediterranean diets, done via Dried Blood Spot collection.
It is important to understand that this test should not be confused with food allergy test, and it is not a diagnostic test.
Some conditions that may benefit from OAT assessment:
- Joint Ache and Pain
- Muscular pain and discomfort
- Yeast/Fungal overgrowth
- Brain fog
- Chronic digestive complaints