IGG testing Cells / Weight, & Wellness
Know Your Food Sensitivities
How are my cells responding to different foods? Is this important to know?
We try dieting — but it does not seem to work long term. Why? What role do our cells have in becoming overweight and over fat? We lose some weight short term, but it just seems to come back.
Real wellness has to be sustainable.
What happens in our body to create health?
Food >> Digestion >> Metabolism >> Energy
Food is taken in, it is digested via our digestive tract to become micro nutrient particles which are absorbed into our cells. This is done via Ion transport: Nitrogen, Calcium, Oxygen, and 90 other different vital substances need to enter our cells to create energy and cell regeneration. (12 Amino acids, 60 vitamins and trace elements and our 3 unsaturated fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9 need to enter our cells).
The cells are the basic modules of life. The freer the way to a cell is, the better vitamins, minerals and oxygen are absorbed.
The problem of food reaction issues: Inflammation
What happens if our system rejects and reacts to a food? The body reacts by creating inflammation. Inflammation is meant to protect the body from foreign substances. But when the body creates inflammation due to food rejection it is a big problem.
Food Sensitivity is related to the body's natural immune response and production of a class of antibodies categorized as IgG antibodies. Much like in allergic reaction, in which the body produces IgE antibodies, there is an immune response that leads to inflammation.
You see, the body makes lots of different types of antibodies, and they are named with letters. IgE is the antibody associated with classic food allergies, like a peanut allergy.
IgA and IgG are “delayed response antibodies”. IgA antibodies can last up to a week in your body after you eat a food, and IgG can last three weeks. These anti bodies are part of "Food Sensitivity" You don't notice them, but your body rejects this food and builds up inflammation.
Why do we need food Sensitivity Testing?
Unlike a serious allergic reaction, a food sensitivity inflammatory response is delayed and can manifest itself in many different forms building up over time.
We don't know what foods our body is sensitive to.
Because of the high level of specificity that antibodies have, our test can recognize which IgG antibodies are being produced by the body due to a particular food you are eating and thus causing a food sensitivity.
When you temporarily reduce or eliminate the foods that your body is reacting to the inflammation is reduced and cell nourishment and function is greatly improved. With Inflammation reduced, through time the cells will begin to function normally again.
By avoiding these food in combination with using our cell renewing technology the body's self healing capacity is maximized.
You will see amazing results in resolving a broad range of symptoms. This includes almost all symptoms your body including but not limited to Neuropathy, numbness, breathing, mental clarity, Tennis Elbow, Carpal Tunnel and Arthritis.
The Best Food Sensitivity Test
To find the best Food Sensitivity test we began looking at all the other Food Sensitivity Tests on the market. Our goal was to help us find the perfect combination with our amazing Quantum Cellular technology. We found it with First Alternatives.
First Alternatives, continuing its long quest for perfect Food Sensitivity Test joined forces with Dr. James Blum in 2017 to offer our new and exciting FA-1 aka the “GutCheck Test”.
How Does our “GutCheck” Food Sensitivity Test Work?
We use the scientifically and medically accepted method of measuring antibodies in the body called Enzyme Linked Immuno-Assay (ELISA). This methodology is also used in many other aspects of medicine such as in the diagnosis of viruses, bacterial infections, and allergy testing.
It is highly accurate and repeatable. Most other food sensitivity tests on the market are not repeatable so the results are skewed and false positives found make ineffective food reduction/food elimination protocols.