Clinical value

Abnormal reactions to foods we eat are quite common, and clinical presentations range from chronic, mild reactions to serious conditions such as celiac disease. Abnormal food reactions can cause many different types of symptoms, such as gas, bloating, migraines, unexplained fatigue, recurrent infections or respiratory or dermatological symptoms. With adverse food reactions so prevalent, the challenge is to clearly define which foods may be causing a problem in each individual. The tests mentioned below will support you to identify the adverse reactions to specific foods.


List of adverse reactions towards specific foods.

You will be able to detect food allergy, food sensitivity, or food intolerance, depending on the test you prescribe.

Tests available