Alcat Test identifies food intolerance in patients with gastrointestinal symptoms

The XXVIII European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress Warsaw, Poland 6-10 June 2009 – Abstract No. 1280 Berardi, L.; De Amici, M.; Vignini, A.; Mantegna, G.; Mosca, M. Foundation IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo, Department of Pediatrics, Pavia, Italy; Foundation IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo, Department of Dermatology, Pavia, Italy   Background Specific foods and food additives can induce adverse gastrointestinal (GI) reactions, including food allergies…

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Food intolerance in patients with cutaneous diseases: Diagnostic value of the Alcat Test

The XXVIII European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress Warsaw, Poland 6-10 June 2009 – Abstract No. 1281 Berardi, L.; De Amici, M.; Vignini, A.; Torre, C.; Mosca, M. Foundation IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo, Department of Pediatrics, Pavia, Italy; Foundation IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo, Department of Dermatology, Pavia, Italy   Background The aim of this study was to evaluate whether food intolerance is associated with cutaneous…

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The Right Stuff: Use of Alcat Testing to Determine Dietary Factors Affecting Immune Balance, Health, and Longevity

Roger Davis Deutsch CEO, Cell Sciences Systems (US) & ALCAT Europe Abstract   The aging processes, described by Denham Harmon in the 1950s, are manifesting at earlier ages. Metabolic syndrome, characterized by obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, has sharply increased in recent years. Many observational studies support the thesis that the deleterious effects exerted by free radicals, upon lipid membranes, DNA, and protein structures, forms…

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