A food allergy is an abnormal response to a food protein triggered by the immune system. Allergies affect around 30% of the adult population and 40% of children (20% of the total population. Some food allergies (eg. peanuts) are more likely to persist than others (eg. milk, eggs) throughout your life cycle. The development of food allergies is dependent on a number of factors, including exposure to the allergenic food, the number of times the food is consumed, and the integrity of the gastrointestinal system. Symptom may present, for example, as a rash, achy joints, fatigue, or headache.
Testing options Food and environmental always tailored at first to consultation and physical examination to determine your unique situation.
Skin Prick Testing panel test up to 76 antigens between food and environmental to full determine your level of allergies.
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