Interview – Identifying Food Sensitivity and Intolerance

By Cell Science Systems

“When it comes to testing, you can always count on a lively debate about how to best identify food sensitivity and intolerance. In this interview we review recent clinical and mechanistic research on the ALCAT test, including studies conducted by Yale School of Medicine and other institutions. In addition, general advice will be given about how food testing can help integrative practitioners create personalized diets…

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Alcat News Revisited

By Cell Science Systems

We found some great articles that were published in 2005 about the Alcat test: Food Intolerance, Low Carb Diets and ALCAT Testing | Managing Food Intolerance: The Pros and Cons of the ALCAT test

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Medical Researchers Find a Biomarker for Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

By Cell Science Systems

Although only an estimated 1% of the US population has celiac disease, millions more, 11% of US households, eat gluten free. Celiac is an autoimmune disease whereby the immune cells attack the lining of the small intestine, resulting in malabsorption and greater risk of diabetes and other autoimmune disorders. Strict avoidance of gluten is mandatory for people with celiac disease. But, millions of people believe…

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Effects of Antigen Leukocyte Cellular Activation Test-Based Diet on (Research) . Inflammation, Body Composition, and Medical Symptoms

By CSS Staff

Judith M. Lukaszuk, , Masih Shokrani, , Priyanka Ghosh Roy, , Jodi Hoppensteadt, Josephine Umoren Published Online: 5 Oct 2018 https://doi.org/10.1089/act.2018.29183.jml Abstract Background: Inflammation in the body may be exacerbated by food intolerances, which often go undiagnosed due to delayed symptoms and improper testing. The antigen leukocyte cellular activation test (Alcat), a food intolerance test, determines leucocytic response to specific foods. Objective: This study aimed to determine…

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