When you order an IGE or IGA test, to test your blood for food allergies – what exactly is being tested, what do the results mean, and how reliable are they?
This is NOT a cheap test to have done (around $250-$300), so if you’re thinking about ordering it, or if you’ve already had it done, I encourage you to listen to my teleseminar with Dr. Wendy Ellis where we discuss all the aspects of food allergies and testing:
- Why are some foods that cause undesirable gut reactions showing up as OKAY on my blood allergy test?
- My blood allergy test shows a strong reaction to a food that causes me no discernible adverse reactions – how can this be and what does it mean?
- Do homeopathic and allergy desensitization treatments like NAET actually work?
- How do emotions and stress affect food allergies?
- Is there any difference in allergic reactions between pasture-raised and factory-farmed foods?
- And so much more!
I’m even going to show you the results of my own IGG4 and IGE test, so you can follow along and see exactly what we’re talking about.
DOWNLOAD Jini’s Food Allergy Blood Test Results (so you can follow along)
Now click the PLAY button below to listen in…
*Note: The typed Transcript of this teleseminar is available here.
Now that you’ve educated yourself on a doctor’s position/experience with blood allergy tests – are you left with even more questions? Did certain things just not ring true for you? Are you wondering if there’s more to this story than docs realize?
I sure did!
So I organized another call with 2 other experts with lots of experience – one sees patients, tests for allergies and guides them in dietary modifications and the other is a PhD in Immunology and Experimental Medicine. I thought, ‘Let’s bring both sides of this investigation together and throw all our questions and observations on the table and see if we can’t come up with some meaningful guidelines in this arena!’
Come join us for this Food Allergy Roundtable discussion!