Most people who experience mild eczema, fatigue, migraines, or gastrointestinal discomfort after they consume meals assume that they have a food allergy. However, food allergy tests have strict criteria that these reactions simply do not meet. As opposed to other food sensitivity testing such as IgG or IgE tests, the LVPRC food test does not monitor antibody production. Rather, the patient’s blood is exposed to a panel of over 350 different chemicals and foods, with emphasis on white blood cell reaction. In this way, not only can more potential causes be investigated, more information can be provided which can help the patient determine a personalized diet that will most benefit their health goals.
Whether it is to simply discover what is causing an adverse reaction within their body, or a better way to lose weight without resorting to a fad diet, the test has the potential to become a wonderful nutritional guide.
As more than just a food sensitivity blood test, the LVPRC program also consists of a session with a nutritional counselor, which is included, with authorization from your healthcare provider.
With the right help, patients can make sense of the incredible amount of data they receive, devise a healthy diet, and plan for proper nutritional guidelines.