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FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST DUBAI BEST PACKAGES: JTS Medical Centre is now offering food intolerance tests: EUROLINE-FOOD (216 foods): (AED 900), FoodPrint® (220 foods): AED 1250

Foodprint ®, the Food Intolerance test from Cambridge Nutritional Sciences, the United Kingdom which utilizes state of the art immunoassay microarray technology to detect food-specific IgG antibodies to 220 different foods.

Foodprint ® Packages
Foodprint ® Food Intolerance Test (220 Plus)
Price: AED 1450 Offer Price: AED 1250
Foodprint ® Food Intolerance Test (220 Plus)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Price AED 1600 Offer price AED 1350
Foodprint® Food Intolerance Test (220 Plus)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Vitamin D
Price AED 1700 Offer Price AED 1450
Foodprint® Food Intolerance Test (220 Plus)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Total IgE
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Price AED 1800 Offer Price AED 1550
Foodprint® Food Intolerance Test (220 Plus)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Inhalant Allergy Panel (29 Allergens)
Total IgE
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Price AED 2000 Offer Price AED 1650

 

EUROLINE-FOOD, the food intolerance test from EUROIMMUN AG, Germany which utilizes a semi-quantitative IgG immunoblot method to detect food-specific IgG antibodies to 216 different foods or food additives.

EUROLINE-FOOD Packages
EUROLINE-FOOD Food Intolerance Test (216 food or food additives)
Price: AED 1200 Offer Price: AED 900
EUROLINE-FOOD Food Intolerance Test (216 food or food additives)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Price AED 1400 Offer price AED 1000
EUROLINE-FOOD Food Intolerance Test (216 food or food additives)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Vitamin D
Price AED 1500 Offer Price AED 1100
EUROLINE-FOOD Food Intolerance Test (216 food or food additives)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Total IgE
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Price AED 1600 Offer Price AED 1200
EUROLINE-FOOD Food Intolerance Test (216 food or food additives)
Food Allergy Panel (35 Allergens)
Inhalant Allergy Panel (29 Allergens)
Total IgE
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Price AED 1800 Offer Price AED 1300

What symptoms does food intolerance cause?

Food intolerances can lead to a wide range of symptoms and may involve a number of different signs in each individual.

  • Anxiety
  • Asthma
  • Bone and joint issues
  • Weight gain
  • Sleep problems
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Constipation
  • Depression
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Gastritis
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Fluid retention
  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Itchy skin
  • Weight control problems
  • Irritable bowel syndrome

How can I suspect that food is the link to my symptoms when I cannot be specific about the cause?

Food intolerance reactions can include

  • Pharmacologic
  • Metabolic
  • Gastro-intestinal responses to foods or food compounds.

This can be a definite trigger as intestinal integrity is damaged. Metabolic food reactions are due to inborn or acquired errors of metabolism of nutrients, such as enzyme deficiencies, and diabetes.

Why should I DO Food Intolerance?

The test identifies over 220 well-known food irritants as well as being more specific and easier for clinicians to work with. It measures four subclasses of IgG antibodies IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgG4; it is predominantly involved in secondary responses.

What is an IgG?

IgG stands for Immunoglobulin G and is antibodies produced by the immune system in response to foreign bodies (antigens) entering the body. There are several different types of immunoglobulins which when they collect in tissues, stimulate inflammation.

This can take hours or days, be reliant on the amount of antagonist ingested, and last up to days to be cleared.

Why do foods cause an IgG response?

Foods are usually broken down as part of the digestive process into molecules.

  • These mostly pass harmlessly through the gut into the bloodstream.
  • However, sometimes small fragments of partially digested or undigested foods pass through the gut wall into the
    bloodstream where they are recognized by the immune system as being ‘foreign’.
  • The immune system then responds by making antibodies (IgGs).
  • People with inflammation or irritation of the gut lining are also prone to partially digested foods leaking into the bloodstream. Leaky gut syndrome typically results in higher levels of antibodies to multiple foods.

Is a food intolerance test appropriate for me?

If you are experiencing one or more of the symptoms above and you have checked with your GP to ensure that you have no medical causes for your symptoms, then a food intolerance test may well be a sensible next step.