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Why do we test different cheeses in INTOLERANCE testing?

Published: 13th November 2020 · Written by

We test a range of milk and cheeses with the results being shown in the intolerances section of your results. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, IgG antibodies are produced against a larger spectrum of food proteins than those involved in IgE allergy reactions. Additionally, different dairy products vary in their composition and maturation. They each have different combinations of proteins (αS1-, αS2-, β-, κ-casein) and cheese and yoghurt products will also contain different amounts of bacteria. It is for this reason that reactions can vary between the milk and cheese product types.

Why do we test different cheeses in INTOLERANCE testing?

Published: 6th December 2018 · Written by lifelabtesting

We test a range of milks and cheeses in the intolerances section, there are a number of reasons for this. Firstly IgG antibodies are produced against a larger spectrum of food proteins than those involved in IgE allergy reactions. Additionally different dairy products vary in their composition and maturation. They each have different combinations of proteins (αS1-, αS2-, β-, κ-casein) and cheese and yogurt products will also contain differing amounts of bacteria. It is for this reason that reactions can vary between the milk and cheese product types.

Why do we test different cheeses in INTOLERANCE testing?

Published: 6th December 2018 · Written by lifelabtesting

We test a range of milks and cheeses in the intolerances section, there are a number of reasons for this. Firstly IgG antibodies are produced against a larger spectrum of food proteins than those involved in IgE allergy reactions. Additionally different dairy products vary in their composition and maturation. They each have different combinations of proteins (αS1-, αS2-, β-, κ-casein) and cheese and yogurt products will also contain differing amounts of bacteria. It is for this reason that reactions can vary between the milk and cheese product types.

Why do we test different cheeses in INTOLERANCE testing?

Last Updated: 11th November 2019 · Written by

We test a range of milk and cheeses with the results being shown in the intolerances section of your results. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, IgG antibodies are produced against a larger spectrum of food proteins than those involved in IgE allergy reactions. Additionally, different dairy products vary in their composition and maturation. They each have different combinations of proteins (αS1-, αS2-, β-, κ-casein) and cheese and yoghurt products will also contain different amounts of bacteria. It is for this reason that reactions can vary between the milk and cheese product types.

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