This blood test determines delayed onset food reactions (hours to days after the food is consumed) – it has been evaluated in research studies for IBS and migraine headaches.
While we use dietary intervention first in many scenarios, testing can be used to help determine what foods may be involved with certain conditions.
Note: This is a different test than IgE testing performed by an allergist for immediate onset reactions (i.e. peanut anaphylactic reactions, ragweed or cat allergies). Any testing recommended by an allergist should be performed, no matter what testing is being done in our office.