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INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY AND FOOD SENSITIVITIES

Intestinal Permeability and Food Sensitivities


* A proprietary line of peptide-level tests for thousands of peptides in commonly antigenic foods, with higher accuracy than standard food sensitivity testing.  These tests are designed to help us customize and personalize diet recommendations when addressing complicated conditions such as intestinal permeability and autoimmune diseases, in order to avoid one-size-fits-all elimination protocols that may be unnecessarily limiting, or even harmfully add reactive foods, in some cases.  

  • Wheat: A peptide-level test with the most robust panel available for the detection of intestinal permeability, gluten- and wheat-sensitivity, celiac disease, and gluten-mediated autoimmunity.
  • Corn: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in corn, including GMO and non-GMO varieties
  • Gluten-Free Grain Panel: to assess sensitivity to commonly consumed gluten-free grains
  • Lectin Panel: to assess sensitivity to 16 high lectin foods and 7 high aquaporin foods
  • Dairy Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in cow’s milk dairy 
  • Mammalian Milk Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in non-bovine alternative animal milks
  • Egg Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in both egg yolk and egg white 
  • Peanut Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in peanut
  • Soy Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in soy, including GMO and non-GMO varieties
  • Nut Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in the most commonly consumed nuts, including those with cross-reactivity to other nuts and legumes
  • Seafood Panel: to assess sensitivity to multiple peptides in the most commonly consumed  fish and shellfish
  • Food Sensitivity Complete Profile: a whole protein extract test for sensitivity to 209 commonly consumed foods through both IgG and IgA immunoglobulins*
  • Food Additives Profile: this is a brand new test to our menu, and includes antibody-based testing for 57 food additives including elements, emulsifiers and surfactants, flavor enhancers, fibrous additives, food dyes and pigments, gums and thickening agents, pesticides, preservatives and antioxidants, sweeteners, and others (BPA and latex). *Food Additives can be added to Food Sensitivity as part of our Food Sensitivity Complete test