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FOOD INTOLERANCE

Most adverse food responses are due to food intolerance, which is a response of the body to the ingestion of certain foods, in which the body has difficulty or is unable to absorb some nutrients, resulting in extreme discomfort, which may be associated with various symptoms.

Food intolerance is a late immune reaction, mediated by IgG, which is associated with a variety of nonspecific symptoms from skin rashes, hives, asthma, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, constipation and even neurological manifestations such as migraines. Identifying the foods that can lead to these symptoms helps the referring physician to establish an adequate dietary plan for the patient. It is important to emphasize that the result of the A200 exam must be requested and evaluated by the requesting physician, within the clinical context of the patient, thus guaranteeing recommendations and an adequate and individualized food plan.


WHAT IS IT FOR?

The test A200 – Study of Food Intolerance serves to identify the reactivity of IgG against (food intolerance) the proteins of 216 foods.

Based on the results, it is possible to help the requesting physician to establish a food plan, improving the patient's quality of life. And indicate which foods are recommended, not recommended, which should be avoided and which are prohibited.


CATEGORIES OF ANALYZED FOODS:

• Dairy products and egg.

• Cereals and grains.

• Meats.

• Fruits

• Vegetables

• Herbs and spices

• Vegetables and Vegetables

• Dried fruits and seeds

• Mushrooms

• Fish and seafood



WHO IS IT SUITABLE FOR?

The A200 exam is an important option to be considered in the face of any undiagnosed adverse clinical manifestations such as:


• Gastrointestinal disorders;

• Dermatological processes;

• Neurological diseases;

• Respiratory changes;

• Psychological conditions;

• Musculoskeletal disorders:


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