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P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum)
P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum)
P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum)

Precision Point Diagnostics

P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum)

P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum) is one single test combining IgE, IgG, IgG4 and complement (C3d)... View Full Description

£320.00

Product code: PD001

Category: Intolerance and Allergy



    P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum) is one single test combining IgE, IgG, IgG4 and complement (C3d) reactions to 88 of the most common foods found in the diet. Precision Allergy 88 (previously 588 + Dietary Antigen Testing) was the first test on the market to measure and report immune complexes containing C3d. Complement activation is well-defined in the research as not only a cause of inflammation but one of the strongest causes.

    The Key to Your Patient’s Health

    The P88 Dietary Antigen Test is one single blood test combining IgE, IgG, IgG4 and complement (C3d) reactions to 88 of the most common foods found in the diet. The P88 Dietary Antigen Test was the first test on the market to measure and report immune complexes containing C3d. Complement activation is well-defined in the research as not only a cause of inflammation but one of the strongest causes (see More Info PDF).

    A highly comprehensive test of immune reactions, Precision Point Diagnostics’ P88 Dietary Antigen Test helps you identify and address food allergies and food sensitivities in patients with chronic illness. Overt IgE-mediated food allergies can lead to hives, anaphylaxis, or digestive issues while delayed food sensitivities (IgG and IgG4) are linked to sinus problems, acne, gas, bloating, fatigue, constipation, autism, irritable bowel syndrome, and even depression.1 Identifying and eliminating food sensitivities can also assist in the healing of intestinal permeability.

    Food Sensitivity Symptoms

    Diarrhoea or loose stool
    Constipation
    Gas or bloating
    Heartburn
    Rashes, eczema, or swelling
    Joint pain or inflammation
    Headaches or migraine
    Congestion or runny nose
    Sinus infections
    Acne
    Autism
    Irritable bowel syndrome
    Fatigue or poor sleep
    Depression
    Poor immune defences
    Malabsorption of vitamins and minerals
    The Most Accurate Food Sensitivity Test

    Precision Point Diagnostics provides a reliable, reproducible semi-quantitative measurement of IgE, total IgG, and IgG4 using an indirect ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay). The system is also capable of detecting immune complexes that contain the complement markers C3D or C1q.

    Precision Point Diagnostics suggest that : Other food sensitivity tests may have a weak scientific basis or they may not give the full picture of food reactions. Some tests use live cell analysis, which is not a scientifically accepted sign of true food sensitivity or allergic reaction. Other antibody assays may measure total IgG antibodies only; they could miss food reactions that activate the inflammatory complement cascade. Still, other tests may measure only a specific IgG subclass and miss out on information about IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgG4, which is reported as total IgG in the Precision Allergy 88.

    Better Patient Outcomes

    P88 Dietary Antigen Test results can lead to more precise treatment plans and better patient outcomes. Studies show that patients given an elimination diet based on the results of our food allergy and sensitivity testing experienced fewer headaches and less abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation, and bloating.2 Knowing exactly what foods your patient reacts to can help to avoid unnecessarily restrictive diets and treatment protocols that inadvertently expose your patient to his or her reactive foods.

    The P88 Dietary Antigen Test interpretive report includes more restrictive and less restrictive elimination diets as well as an analysis of immune reactions by food groups. This customized report not only helps the clinician use at-a-glance results in clinical practice but also better ensure patient compliance (see a sample report).

    The P88 Dietary Antigen Test can spotlight the dietary components interfering with your patients’ healing. It is the missing piece of the puzzle and can lead to the resolution of previously resistant health problems.

    References:

    1. Karakula-Juchnowicz H, Gałęcka M, Rog J, et al. The Food-Specific Serum IgG Reactivity in Major Depressive Disorder Patients, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Patients and Healthy Controls. Nutrients. 2018;10(5).
    2. Clarke DP, Burdette C, Agolli G, Dorval B, Gaston AM, Chesla S. The relevance of using the C3d/immunoglobulin G test in clinical intervention. Alternative therapies in health and medicine. 2015;21(1):16-27.

    Turnaround time: 18 WORKING DAYS
    • Almond
    • Apple
    • Asparagus
    • Aspergillus Mix
    • Avocado
    • Banana
    • Barley
    • Beef
    • Black Pepper
    • Blueberry
    • Brewers Yeast
    • Broccoli
    • Cabbage
    • Cacao
    • Candida
    • Cantaloupe
    • Carrot
    • Casein
    • Cashew
    • Cauliflower
    • Celery
    • Cherry
    • Chicken
    • Cinnamon
    • Clam
    • Coconut
    • Codfish
    • Coffee
    • Corn
    • Cottonseed
    • Cow's milk
    • Crab
    • Cucumber
    • Egg white
    • Egg yolk
    • Flax Seed
    • Flounder
    • Walnut
    Read more

    Product code: PD001

    Category: Intolerance and Allergy



      P88 Dietary Antigen Test (Serum) is one single test combining IgE, IgG, IgG4 and complement (C3d) reactions to 88 of the most common foods found in the diet. Precision Allergy 88 (previously 588 + Dietary Antigen Testing) was the first test on the market to measure and report immune complexes containing C3d. Complement activation is well-defined in the research as not only a cause of inflammation but one of the strongest causes.

      The Key to Your Patient’s Health

      The P88 Dietary Antigen Test is one single blood test combining IgE, IgG, IgG4 and complement (C3d) reactions to 88 of the most common foods found in the diet. The P88 Dietary Antigen Test was the first test on the market to measure and report immune complexes containing C3d. Complement activation is well-defined in the research as not only a cause of inflammation but one of the strongest causes (see More Info PDF).

      A highly comprehensive test of immune reactions, Precision Point Diagnostics’ P88 Dietary Antigen Test helps you identify and address food allergies and food sensitivities in patients with chronic illness. Overt IgE-mediated food allergies can lead to hives, anaphylaxis, or digestive issues while delayed food sensitivities (IgG and IgG4) are linked to sinus problems, acne, gas, bloating, fatigue, constipation, autism, irritable bowel syndrome, and even depression.1 Identifying and eliminating food sensitivities can also assist in the healing of intestinal permeability.

      Food Sensitivity Symptoms

      Diarrhoea or loose stool
      Constipation
      Gas or bloating
      Heartburn
      Rashes, eczema, or swelling
      Joint pain or inflammation
      Headaches or migraine
      Congestion or runny nose
      Sinus infections
      Acne
      Autism
      Irritable bowel syndrome
      Fatigue or poor sleep
      Depression
      Poor immune defences
      Malabsorption of vitamins and minerals
      The Most Accurate Food Sensitivity Test

      Precision Point Diagnostics provides a reliable, reproducible semi-quantitative measurement of IgE, total IgG, and IgG4 using an indirect ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay). The system is also capable of detecting immune complexes that contain the complement markers C3D or C1q.

      Precision Point Diagnostics suggest that : Other food sensitivity tests may have a weak scientific basis or they may not give the full picture of food reactions. Some tests use live cell analysis, which is not a scientifically accepted sign of true food sensitivity or allergic reaction. Other antibody assays may measure total IgG antibodies only; they could miss food reactions that activate the inflammatory complement cascade. Still, other tests may measure only a specific IgG subclass and miss out on information about IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgG4, which is reported as total IgG in the Precision Allergy 88.

      Better Patient Outcomes

      P88 Dietary Antigen Test results can lead to more precise treatment plans and better patient outcomes. Studies show that patients given an elimination diet based on the results of our food allergy and sensitivity testing experienced fewer headaches and less abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation, and bloating.2 Knowing exactly what foods your patient reacts to can help to avoid unnecessarily restrictive diets and treatment protocols that inadvertently expose your patient to his or her reactive foods.

      The P88 Dietary Antigen Test interpretive report includes more restrictive and less restrictive elimination diets as well as an analysis of immune reactions by food groups. This customized report not only helps the clinician use at-a-glance results in clinical practice but also better ensure patient compliance (see a sample report).

      The P88 Dietary Antigen Test can spotlight the dietary components interfering with your patients’ healing. It is the missing piece of the puzzle and can lead to the resolution of previously resistant health problems.

      References:

      1. Karakula-Juchnowicz H, Gałęcka M, Rog J, et al. The Food-Specific Serum IgG Reactivity in Major Depressive Disorder Patients, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Patients and Healthy Controls. Nutrients. 2018;10(5).
      2. Clarke DP, Burdette C, Agolli G, Dorval B, Gaston AM, Chesla S. The relevance of using the C3d/immunoglobulin G test in clinical intervention. Alternative therapies in health and medicine. 2015;21(1):16-27.

      Turnaround time: 18 WORKING DAYS
      • Almond
      • Apple
      • Asparagus
      • Aspergillus Mix
      • Avocado
      • Banana
      • Barley
      • Beef
      • Black Pepper
      • Blueberry
      • Brewers Yeast
      • Broccoli
      • Cabbage
      • Cacao
      • Candida
      • Cantaloupe
      • Carrot
      • Casein
      • Cashew
      • Cauliflower
      • Celery
      • Cherry
      • Chicken
      • Cinnamon
      • Clam
      • Coconut
      • Codfish
      • Coffee
      • Corn
      • Cottonseed
      • Cow's milk
      • Crab
      • Cucumber
      • Egg white
      • Egg yolk
      • Flax Seed
      • Flounder
      • Walnut
      Read more