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Medical-Grade Food Sensitivity Testing in the Comfort of Your Home.

What’s the Difference between a Food Allergy and Food Sensitivity?

Knowing the difference between food allergies and sensitivity is important to creating a diet plan that best suits your body’s response to a wide-variety of food preferences.
A food allergy is an immune system response to ingestion that releases Immunoglobulin E (IgE) within 8 hours of eating. Food allergies can cause swelling and inflammation as well as other symptoms and can be life-threatening. Food allergies should be avoided at all costs.
Food sensitivity is an immune system response to food ingestion that releases Immunoglobulin G (IgG, the most abundant antibody in our immune system) and can have a delayed reaction of up to 72 hours after eating. While food sensitivity is typically not as dangerous as a food allergy, it can cause severe discomfort and lead to medical complications from bloating, headaches, weight gain, abdominal pain, itching, rashes and gastrointestinal issues.

96 Comprehensive Food Panel, igGm lga

Specific IgG, IgA ELISA food panels are arranged in comprehensive panels of 96 foods consu

96 Comprehensive Food Panel, igGm lga
184 Comprehensive Food Panel, igGm lga

Specific IgG, IgA ELISA food panels are arranged in comprehensive panels of 96 foods consu

184 Comprehensive Food Panel, igGm lga

This at-home food sensitivity test measures your body’s immune response to 96 specific foods. Take this test to begin your health optimization journey and eliminate food sensitivities based on a 96-food test panel.

This at-home food sensitivity test measures your body’s immune response to 184 specific foods. Take this test to begin your health optimization journey and eliminate food sensitivities based on a 184-food test panel.


Mild Sensitivity
Moderate Sensitivity
Severe Sensitivity

What's Measured

A food reactivity is different than an immediately life-threatening food allergy. Food reactivity is a delayed immune response by the Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody, the most abundant circulating antibody in our immune system. Studies suggest that an IgG immune response may contribute to headaches, joint pain, eczema, and other chronic conditions.


How it works



What's included in the package you will receive:

  • 1. Welcome flyer including the Easy-to-Follow Instructions
  • 2. The Test Kit
  • 3. Lab Requisition form
  • 4. Sterile Collection Tools
  • 5. Pre-Paid Return Shipping