Most doctors will run IgE tests to find any severe reactions to foods, such as breathing issues or hives. IgG tests show delayed, less severe reactions to foods such as eczema patches and/or stomach issues. Food sensitivities may be less severe, but they will wreck your health in the long run! They are also harder to pin down by relying on symptoms alone. That’s why it is important to get tested! Here is an infographic to learn more about the difference between IgE and IgG tests, and which one we use in our office:

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