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Tareq and Hannah talk about IgG Food Sensitivity Testing. There are various ways to have IgG food sensitivity tests done. From blood samples sent to a lab by an alternative healthcare practitioner or an at-home testing kit touted by an influencer, these are the tests we're talking about. H & T talk about why these tests are not reliable at pin-pointing food sensitivities and frankly, a waste of your hard-earned money. BS of the Week: Coherent Breathing.
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- Unproven Diagnostic Tests for Adverse Reactions to Foods (Kelso, 2018)
- CSACI Position Statement on the testing of food-specific IgG (Carr et al., 2012)
- “Food allergy: A review and update on epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention, and management” (Sicherer & Sampson, 2018)
- “Increasing the accuracy of peanut allergy diagnosis by using Ara h 2” (Dang et al., 2012)