If you eat an Asian diet and consume many foods commonly found outside the 96 food items that standard food allergy tests look at, then this test is for you: Asian Food IgG Allergy Test
Abalone, adzuki beans, shiitake mushrooms, seaweed and many more foods commonly found in the Asian diet are tested in the new diagnostic panel from Great Plains labs.
The standard 96 Panel Food Allergy test that I offer looks for antibodies that your body produces in response to a food item, which is the beginning of the food allergy inflammatory cascade. This test analyzes dried blood spot and can be completed at home.
The Great Plains food allergy diagnostic is designed for individuals who consume foods common to the Asian diet, especially those in China, Japan, and Korea. Analytes include mango, sunflower seeds, miso (soybean paste), and green tea. Some of the vegetables tested in the standard IgG Food Allergy Test have been replaced by more common Asian vegetables, such as the Shiitake mushroom, and a new food category, “spices,” has been included.
The new panel also analyzes twice as many seafood items compared to the 96 panel test, ranging from oysters and clams to Pacific saury. The IgG Asian Food Allergy Test is a good health indicator for people who commonly eat Asian cuisine and gives a comprehensive analysis of immunological reactions to foods found in this diet.
We can drop ship this test anywhere in the US to be taken from your own home.