I’ve taken an intolerance test and have a number of ‘high’ reactions, does this mean I’m allergic to these items? - Lifelab Testing

I’ve taken an intolerance test and have a number of ‘high’ reactions, does this mean I’m allergic to these items?

Published: 13th November 2020 · Written by

If you have taken an intolerance test and have a ‘high’ reaction result against an item this means you are intolerant to it. An allergy can only be tested through one of our allergy tests, Basic Allergy (product link) and Complete Body (Product link). The reason for this is that allergies are an IgE antibody reaction whereas intolerances are an IgG antibody reaction.

I’ve taken an intolerance test and have a number of ‘high’ reactions, does this mean I’m allergic to these items?

Published: 6th December 2018 · Written by lifelabtesting

If you have taken an intolerance test and have a ‘high’ reaction result against an item this means you are intolerant to it. An allergy can only be tested for through one of our allergy tests, Basic Allergy and Complete Body. The reason for this is that allergies are an IgE antibody reaction whereas intolerances are an IgG antibody reaction.

I’ve taken an intolerance test and have a number of ‘high’ reactions, does this mean I’m allergic to these items?

Published: 6th December 2018 · Written by lifelabtesting

If you have taken an intolerance test and have a ‘high’ reaction result against an item this means you are intolerant to it. An allergy can only be tested for through one of our allergy tests, Basic Allergy and Complete Body. The reason for this is that allergies are an IgE antibody reaction whereas intolerances are an IgG antibody reaction.

I’ve taken an intolerance test and have a number of ‘high’ reactions, does this mean I’m allergic to these items?

Last Updated: 11th November 2019 · Written by

If you have taken an intolerance test and have a ‘high’ reaction result against an item this means you are intolerant to it. An allergy can only be tested through one of our allergy tests, Basic Allergy (product link) and Complete Body (Product link). The reason for this is that allergies are an IgE antibody reaction whereas intolerances are an IgG antibody reaction.

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