Allergies and Food Sensitivities
A blood test can measure your immune system's response to particular foods by measuring the allergy-related antibody known as immunoglobulin E (IgE). For this test, a blood sample taken in our doctor's office is sent to a medical laboratory, where different foods can be tested.
The Micronutrient Test measures your body's ability to absorb vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients. This non-fasting blood test tells if you have a vitamin deficiency and gives you a plan for how to correct it.
Yeast & Intestinal Immunity Panels
Yeast and intestinal immunity panels are used to help identify the cause of patients suffering from the effects of gut dysbiosis, a disturbance of the gut microbiome. Microbial dysregulation within the gut is an important contributing factor in a wide range of disorders. Food sensitivities, environmental toxins, stress, prolonged use of antibiotics and genetic predisposition may contribute to gut dysbiosis.
Environmental IgE & IgG Allergy Tests & Panels
Inhalant allergy IgE test selection is based on regional allergen prevalence, allergen cross-reactivity, home or occupational exposure with special consideration of symptoms and history. Individual inhalant allergens include airborne pollens from grasses, trees, and weeds; animal danders, molds, dust mites and occupational allergens are available.