SimpleLabs Complete Foods Panel
This test is a quantitative ELISA analysis of specific IgG antibodies to 208 common foods and spices. Food sensitivities are recognized to be correlated with many plaguing health conditions, but with the proper identification and elimination of these offending foods, many can experience relief from their symptoms. Our antibody assessment panel can serve as a useful tool to identify these trigger foods in individuals. *Also Included: Candida Panel – the presence of an overgrowth of this fungus in our bodies can also contribute to the symptoms you may be experiencing such as digestive issues, skin issues, and chronic fatigue.
Common symptoms of food sensitivities
Food Sensitivities can be correlated with many chronic health conditions such as IBS, eczema, bloating, fatigue, and many others – but with proper identification of these trigger foods, many can relieve symptoms by limiting consumption or eliminating these foods from their diet.
The main symptom is fatigue for over six months. The fatigue often worsens with activity, but doesn’t improve with rest.
Common digestive problems include heartburn and IBS. Symptoms include bloating, diarrhea, & stomach cramps.
The main symptom is a rash that typically appears on the arms and behind the knees, but can also appear anywhere.
Joint pain refers to discomfort, aches, and soreness in any of the body’s joints. Inflammation is a common complaint.
Certain foods can trigger a migraine in some people. It’s believed to be the properties of foods that trigger the pain.
There is some evidence that links food intolerances with mood changes, including irritability and nervousness
What analytes are tested?
Our antibody assessment panel can serve as a useful tool to identify over 200 trigger foods for individuals.
- Fish / Shellfish
- Grains / Legumes / Nuts
- Misc / Herbs / Spices
- Candida Screen
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SimpleLabs Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a crucial nutrient in our bodies to maintain bone strength. Low Vitamin D levels may also imply other medical conditions such as osteoporosis, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Our test measures the level of vitamin D in the blood using a dried blood spot card, allowing for easy finger stick collection. This test is a great add on to our food sensitivity tests!