Laboratory blood tests
Laboratory blood tests – all our patients at the beginning and at the time of the study are tested for blood according to the following criteria: hemoglobin, erythrocytes, hematocrit, leukocytes, platelets, LY%, MID%, GR%, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, MPV, Pct, PDW, HDL, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, VLDL, triglycerides, glucose, creatinine, total bilirubin, total protein, uric acid. Additional blood tests, such as electrolytes, hormones, antibodies, tumor markers, as well as urinalysis and microbiological examination of secretions, are required if necessary.
Food Intolerance Test
The Food Intolerance Test is a blood test that identifies foods to which the body is intolerant. Intolerance is, perhaps, the most accurate definition due to the specificity of the results. If an intolerance is detected, you should restrict it from your menu, but also not consume products that make it intolerable.
This is the test that will not answer the question, “Am I allergic to this food?”b, ut it will direct your attention to conditions that, at first glance, do not relate to nutrition. At the heart of the study are the antibodies of the IgG class (a group of antibodies responding to a particular type of immune response) that appear as markers of intolerance to the listed foods. This makes the study reliable, controlled and medically justifiable.
The test results are not diagnosed, but can be used as an adjunct to treatment or as an indication of limitations in the use of certain food groups. The most appropriate use is considered in cases of metabolic disturbances where the right diet is a key factor in overweight management.
There are no age restrictions for conducting the test, it is also suitable for children! No preconditioning is required. Only a few microliters of peripheral blood taken after a finger prick is needed. The result is ready within 45-50 minutes. And this is one of the benefits of the test, along with reliable results and a rich list of tested food groups.