NUTRIPANEL A (Middle East Food Intolerance Test A) - Pack of 50

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    • To address the need for diagnosing the growing trend of food intolerances in Lebanon, the Middle East and Gulf, the NUTRIPANEL Elisa Lab Food Intolerance Panels have been developed with 2 different IgG4 panels each covering 88 of the most common foods consumed in these areas (Check NUTRIPANEL B)
    • Bloating, headache, fatigue, diarrhea, irritable bowel and other gastroenterology and dermatology related conditions could be multifaceted and could appear within a few hours or even days after the consumption of the food. This makes it difficult for the healthcare practitioner and the patient to identify the food or foods responsible for the symptoms
    • This created the need for NUTRIPANEL as a professional and accurate diagnostic tool that can identify foods causing the adverse reaction and aid the healthcare practitioner to consider therapeutic options to alleviate the patient’s symptoms
    • Pack of 50
    • Tests IgG4 rather than total IgG which makes it a more accurate test for food intolerances (check previous page)
    • Healthcare practitioners, dietitians and nutritionists will receive the results from the lab in 7-10 working days
    • Report generated in Arabic/English in 2 formats (per food group and per level of IgG4 - Risk of Food Intolerance) with a practical guide that explains all there is to know about food intolerance and that provides recommendations
    • Results are quantitative and easily understandable
    • Tests are performed by DST Company (German manufacturer) that is certified by the TÜV Rheinland according to ISO 9001 and EN ISO 13485
    • The food intolerance panels can be only be sold to health care professionals

    Tested Food Panel
    • Grains/Starch: Barley, Buckwheat, Chestnut (sweet), Millet, Oat
    • Meats: Beef boiled, Boar (wild), Grapevine snail
    • Beans & legumes: Bean (white), Black-eyed pea, Pea, Red kidney bean
    • Seafood: Anchovy, Blue mussel, Carp, Oyster, Pacific squid, Sardine, Shrimp
    • Poultry: Chicken, Hen egg white, Hen egg yolk, Pigeon
    • Vegetables: Artichoke, Beet root, Bell pepper, Brussels sprouts, Capers, Carob, Cauliflower (raw), Chives, Cucumber, Endive, Ginger, Green bean (french), Hot pepper, Kale, Lemon, Letuce (type Lollo), Okra, Onion, Peppermint, Small radish, Swede (Turnip), Taro, Tomato, Water cress
    • Fruits: Cane sugar, Cherry, Fig (fresh), Grape, Kumquat, Mandarine, Mango, Peach, Pineapple, Plum, Pomegranates, Raisins, Raspberry, Persimmon (Sharon, Kaki), Watermelon
    • Milk and cheeses: Blue cheese, Cheddar cheese, Cow whey, Gruyère cheese, Milk protein, Milk (boiled), Soy milk
    • Fats and oils: Avocado pear, Coconut, Cream, Olive (green)
    • Nuts & seeds: Flaxseed, Hazel nut, Macademia nut, Peanut, Sesame, Sunflower seeds, Walnut
    • Miscellaneous: Anise, Baker yeast, Bay leaf, Gelatin (porcine), Gluten, Tea black, Tea Camomile, Vanilla
    IgG4 vs IgG

    • Biological/Physiological Aspects: 
      • IgG4 contributes to a very significant increase (75%) to the level of total IgG, in contrast, IgG1, IgG2 and IgG3 are less likely to play a prominent role in the level of IgG and the diagnosis of food intolerance
    • Pathological Aspects: 
      • Studies have shown a strong association between levels of IgG4 and diseases such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Crohn’s disease and many others.
    • Experimental accessibility / dynamic range of values: 
      • The dynamic range of IgG4 is greater than that of IgG and therefore, IgG4 is a better marker than IgG for food intolerance testing

    Check a sample of the Report
    Download the Nutripanel Information and Test Logistics file

    Download a summary of the food items in our Food Intolerance and DNA tests.
    Download and print this A3 poster or this A5 flyer to let your patients know about the test availability in your clinic 

    Check out the procedure of blood collection for the NutriPanel Food Intolerance Lab Test:


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