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At Test Your Intolerance, we believe our commitment to advancing scientific understanding is part of our job and we should use our platform to break boundaries in the scientific world. In a world full of misinformation, our white paper journals serve the purpose of informing as well as an opportunity to learn about new and interesting scientific discoveries.

Embark on a journey with us into the complex realm of scientific discovery through our highly researched white paper journals. In each white paper journal, we hope to broaden and open your mind to the world of science. A combination of our cutting-edge lab equipment and our highly qualified lab team ensures all our data is reliable and factual!

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(1) IgG4 and IgG4-elimination diet in no clinical migraine

Here at Test Your Intolerance, we strive for excellence in our field, and our medically approved, scientifically backed white paper studies are no different. In the report ‘IgG4 and IgG4 elimination diet in no clinical migraine’ we look at the direct link between IgG4 food intolerances and migraines.

Even in today’s medically advance era, the exact pathophysiology of a migraine still unclear. We conducted a study to see if the occurrence of migraine attacks may be triggered by contributing factors and if food is one of them. Since the 1930s, food allergies and sensitivities has been investigated for a link to migraines. Immunoglobulins IgG antibodies against various food antigens have been reported to be associated with migraine, and the beneficial effect of a diet guided by IgG antibodies to food in migraine patients.

In this observational study we demonstrated for the first time that there is possibility to use IgG4 antibodies and IgG4 elimination diet for the management of some no clinical migraine patients. To confirm these findings, we are looking at extending this study to a larger group of patients with the help of medical clinics, to collect more data and understand better the role of IgG4-elimination diet for the management of symptoms in no clinical migraine patients.

What did we hope to find out?

With this study we hoped to find out the correlation between IgG4 elimination diet and the management of no clinical migraine symptoms. We have demonstrated that in some cases this could be possible, confirming the possibility to use our IgG4 tests to investigate and possibly manging some no clinical migraine symptoms.

This preliminary investigation is showing for the first time, that in certain cases of no clinical migraine the use of IgG4 elimination diet could help the management of migraine symptoms. This is confirming that our IgG4 blood test can be used as tool to help managing no clinical migraine symptoms through an IgG4 elimination diet and making the first steps to find a better version of yourself.

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(2) Allergy And Intolerance Regarding IgG4 Immunoglobulin

At Test Your Intolerance, we strive for the highest accuracy in everything we do, from our testing to the papers we publish, and this one is no different. In this article, we combine all our knowledge and experience to delve deeper into the topic of allergy and intolerance regarding IgG4 immunoglobulin.

This article presents a comprehensive exploration of the intricate relationship between Immunoglobulin G4 (IgG4) and various facets of food allergies and intolerances. We aim to provide an in-depth and thorough examination of this topic and our findings.

To get the most accurate information for this article, we spent over 10 weeks collating information, including the collection of blood samples from volunteers. This article is a consolidation of the results we found and what it means!

What Did We Aim To Find Out?

The article introduces two opposing hypotheses. The first hypothesis posits that IgG4 levels remain relatively stable during testing, akin to the behaviour of IgE levels (Sampson, H.A. (2006). The second hypothesis, the null hypothesis, suggests that IgG4 levels fluctuate throughout testing due to their association with exposure to food antigens.

The article underscores the critical distinction between IgE-mediated food allergies and non-IgE-mediated food intolerances, while further emphasising that a food intolerance affects approximately 60% of the population.

Read the published article on Allergy And Intolerance Regarding IgG4 Immunoglobulin here!