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Food allergy tests (blood
There are now available a number of blood tests that can reveal the foods that you are allergic to that are believed to trigger symptoms such as weight gain, bloating, aching joints, fatigue, stuffy nose, skin problems, migraine headaches, asthma and digestive disorders. Allergies to some foods in certain people appear to make the body retain water — and gain weight. Some people are aware that they are allergic to certain foods — the reaction is immediate and usually dramatic, like getting a rash after eating strawberries. But many of us suffer more subtle reactions. People who become overweight, for instance, may have an allergic reaction to certain foods that propels them to eat beyond their energy requirements. Ironically, it is the foods to which we are allergic that we often crave, as if we had a mild addiction.
If your body’s immune system is ‘fighting’ some of the foods you are eating, it is likely that it will be operating less effectively and will be less able to get rid of any toxins and excess weight. These kinds of allergies can now be identified.
There are two main blood tests for food allergies, the cytotoxic test and the IgG antibody test.
Cytotoxic test
This test measures the reaction of your white blood cells when brought into contact with foods and chemicals. The white cells may react by becoming smaller, larger or disintegrating. The test shows if your body is ‘seeing’ certain foods as toxins and then producing an immune system reaction to them, causing you to experience certain allergic symptoms.

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