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Alergias a Alimentos IgE

Alergia a Inhalantes IgE

Alergia a Alimentos IgG


Anticuerpos a Estreptococos

Anticuerpos a Transglutaminasa 

 The AllergixSM family of test profiles includes IgG4 food antibody profiles that can reveal food reactions due to intestinal permeability
(leaky gut) issues. Because they are distinct from IgE-mediated allergies, we describe IgG4 effects as “food sensitivities.” The profiles
measure levels of IgG4 antibodies that provide the clinician and patient with useful data to design appropriate diets that exclude the
offending foods.
IgG4 antibodies are associated with delayed hypersensitivity reactions, which are the most common—yet most difficult to detect—
type of food reaction. These delayed or “hidden” food reactions can cause a variety of chronic symptoms. Since IgG4 reactions occur
several hours or even days later, there may be no obvious association between consuming a food and an adverse reaction. Food IgG4
levels increase in response to the presence of the food antigens that penetrate a weakened intestinal barrier and enter the bloodstream,
particularly with commonly eaten foods (e.g., corn, wheat, dairy, and egg). IgG4 antibodies combine with specific food antigens to
form food immune complexes, which cause the problems associated with delayed allergic responses. The complexes can cause inflammatory
reactions at various sites in the body, including the small and large intestines, skin, kidneys, ears, sinuses, head, lungs, and

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