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IgE & IgG Asian Food Panel(Test Code 3210)

Collection Method

SST Serum Blood Test

Turn Around Time

10-12 Business Days


Patient Brochure


There are several types of immunoglublins that are made in the body. It is important to understand the differences between IgE, IgA and IgG immunoglobulins and when to test for each of them.

Immunoglobulins are a class of proteins which function as antibodies produced by the immune system in response to foreign antibodies such as food antigens.

An IgE reaction occurs about the time immediately after exposure to the allergen; food or inhalant. This type of reaction is referred to as a Type I immediate hypersensitivity reaction or in some cases anaphylaxis.

An IgG reaction can occur hours to days after exposure to the allergen; food or inhalant. This type of reaction is referred to as a delayed sensitivity reaction.

The IgG & IgE asian food panel is a useful test in assessing both immediate and delayed reactions of 96 general consumed asian type diet foods. This type of testing is useful as it eliminates the broad process of ‘trial and error of eliminating offending foods’ and provides a detailed report for identifying offending foods and a rotation diet based on the test results. All antigen tests through NutriPATH are ran in duplicates to ensure accurate and meaningful results are provided to the patient for optimal health.

Common Conditions:

• Headaches/Migraines
• Fatigue
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome
• Leaky gut
• Abdominal bloating
• Fluid retention
• Depression
• Asthma
• Skin conditions
• Behavioural problems (ADD/ADHD)
• Hives
• Swelling
• Wheezing
• Abdominal cramping
• Diarrhoea
• Skin rashes

Test Method

Automated Siemens Immunlite Immunoassay System


The assay is tested in duplication and will measure all 4 subclasses (IgG1 through IgG4) and will be reported as a total IgG value on a semi-quantitative scale for each antigen.


IgE: Almond, Blue Mussel, Brazil Nut, Buckwheat, Coconut, Cod, Corn, Cow’s Milk, Egg
White, Hazelnut, Oat, Peanut, Rice, Salmon, Sesame, Shrimp, Soy, Tuna and Wheat.

IgG: Abalone, Almond, Apple, Bamboo Shoot, Banana, Bean (Kidney, Red), Beef, Bitter Gourd,
Broccoli, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Capsicum (green), Carrot, Casein, Cashew, Cauliflower, Celery, Cherry, Chicken, Clam, Cocoa, Coconut, Cod, Coffee, Corn, Crab, Cucumber, Curry powder, Cuttlefish, Duck, Egg (chicken), Egg (duck), Eggplant, Garlic, Ginger, Gluten, Goose, Grape, Grapefruit, Guava, Honey, Honeydew, Job’s Tears, Kelp, Kiwi, Lamb, Leek, Lemon, Lettuce, Lian Woo, Lobster, Mango, Milk, Mung bean, Mushroom, Mustard, Oat, Olive, Onion, Orange, Oyster, Papaya, Peach, Peanut, Pepper (black),Pepper (Cayenne), Pineapple, Pork, Potato (Sweet), Potato (white), Radish, Rice (white), Salmon, Sea Bass, Sea Perch, Sesame seed, Shrimp, Soy bean, Spinach, Strawberry, Sunflower seed, Taro, Tea (Oolong), Tomato, Tuna, Vanilla bean, Vegetable Sponge, Walnut, Watermelon, Water Spinach, Whey, Woo-hsiang powder, Yeast (Baker’s, Brewer’s), Yoghurt

Notice To Patients

NutriPATH practices in the usual practitioner-referral system for pathology laboratories.Patients are highly recommended to seek the supervision and guidance of a qualified healthcare practitioner for the interpretation of any lab results and associated information. NutriPATH can offer assistance in locating a suitable practitioner

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