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How It Works

A small sample of your blood is sent to the laboratory overnight where it goes through a multi-step quality assurance process. Your white blood cells are tested against foods and other substances in a process using an impedance methodology based flow cytometer. This is a very accurate way to determine if your relevant immune cells react to the test substance. Your results are presented in a clear and easy to read color-coded format and you will also have the option of having a personal one on one 30 minute test results review, via phone or internet, to answer any questions you have about implementing your test results, absolutely free.

The Power of Knowing

There is a new paradigm in health and medicine - personalization. Health can be improved and maintained by knowing how food plays a role in your body.

The ALCAT Test enables you to take advantage of leading technology to create a personalized eating plan resulting in benefits that can be seen and felt.

The results from the ALCAT Test help determine which foods and other substances may trigger unwanted inflammation. When complying with the ALCAT Test results, many clinical symptoms associated with food sensitivity may be substantially improved or possibly prevented altogether. 1-6

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Good to Know

The ALCAT Test has been independently evaluated and demonstrated a high degree of benefit 2, 6 in more than 30 published studies.

Sensitivity vs. Allergy

A so called, "true" or, "classical" food allergy reaction usually causes immediate and dramatic symptom onset and can, in extreme circumstances, even be life threatening. Usually the respiratory system is most impacted.

Food sensitivity symptoms, on the other hand, are usually delayed and less acute; but, can lead to chronic inflammatory health issues, impacting almost any part of the body.

The different symptom presentation, different biological underpinnings, and overall different character of true food allergy, versus, food sensitivity, mean that different diagnostic approaches need to be applied. The ALCAT Test is efficacious for food sensitivities, but not, "True" food allergies.

Associated Conditions

Symptoms such as migraines, aching joints, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, respiratory, skin, neurological, and numerous others, have been linked to food sensitivity and chronic inflammation. The ALCAT Test is designed to assess sensitivities to over 450 food, chemical and environmental, herbal and other substances.

  • Gastrointestinal disorders, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), indigestion, constipation, nausea, diarrhea, bloating, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's Disease1, 3, 7-9
  • Metabolic disorders, such as obesity, Type II diabetes, inabilitiy to lose weight 2, 7, 10, 11
  • Inflammatory conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, arthritis or asthma, autoimmune disorders 1, 5, 9, 12-15
  • Others, such as fatigue, headache, migraine, cognitive impairment 9, 16

Clear Test Results

Utilizing ALCAT Test results to create an individualized nutrition plan, based on your immune system, enables you to make food choices that are better suited for your health and well-being. With the ALCAT Test many clinical symptoms associated with food and chemical sensitivities can be substantially improved or possibly prevented altogether.

Test results include:

  • Easy to understand color-coded test report.
  • Foods to avoid list.
  • Comprehensive "Understanding your Alcat Test Results" guidebook.
  • Personalized rotation plan.
  • Practical shopping guide and restaurant card.
  • Optional, no cost, 30 minute one on one, personal consultation with a registered dietician, or, dietetic counselor.

Test Over 450 Items

Test over 450 individual foods, additives, colorings, molds, functional foods, medicinal herbs and chemical substances (such as environmental, chemical, pharmaceutical substances) can be tested.

About Our Lab

Cell Science Systems, Corp. is a specialty clinical laboratory that develops and performs laboratory testing in immunology and cell biology supporting the personalized treatment and prevention of chronic disease. Cell Science Systems, Corp. operates a CLIA certified laboratory and is an FDA inspected and registered, cGMP medical device manufacturer meeting ISO EN13485 2012 standards. Cell Science Systems received the prestigious, "Company of the Year Award for Food Intolerance Testing - North America" for the international consulting firm, Frost & Sullivan.

Committed to Quality

Cell Science Systems fulfills high quality standards in accordance with state, federal, and international regulations.

  • CLIA-ID#10D0283906 with several State Licensures and conformance with State and Federal procedures regulating clinical laboratories.
  • CE Marked. TUV Certified and safety monitored
  • Supported by the EU and the State of Brandenburg
  • Registered with the US FDA as a medical device establishment and subject to FDA inspection and compliance with current Good Manufacturing Procedures.

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Disclaimer

Note: The ALCAT Test does not make a medical diagnosis nor is it a substitute for health or medical advice. If you have a medical condition you should seek a qualified healthcare practitioner.

The laboratory analysis includes the immune biological reactions of the white blood cells. The ALCAT Test® does not measure food allergies (type 1/IgE). Since these reactions can be serious, you should seek the help of an allergy specialist if you suspect or have food allergies.

Literature

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2 Kaats, G, Pullin D, Parker L. The Short Term Efficacy of the ALCAT Test of Food Sensitivities to Facilitate Changes in Body Composition and Self-Reported Disease Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled Study. Am J of Bariatric Med, 1996: p.18-23.

3 Berardi L, De Amici M, Vignini A, Mantegna G, Mosca M. ALCAT test identifies food intolerance in patients with gastrointestinal symptoms in The XXVIII European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress Warsaw 2009, European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

4 Fell P, Brostoff J, Pasula MJ. High Correlation of the Alcat Test Results with Double Blind Challenge (DBC) in Food Sensitivity, in 45th Annual Congress of the American College of Allergy and Immunology Los Angeles 1988, Annals of Allergy.

5 Hoj L. Food Intolerance In Patients With Angioedema And Chronic Urticaria. In The XVI European Congress of Allergology and Clinical Immunology Madrid 1995, European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

6 Hoj L. Diagnostic Value of ALCAT Test in Intolerance to Food Additives Compared With Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled (DBPC) Oral Challenges, in 52nd annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology New Orleans 1996, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

7 Sandberg D, Pasula MJ. A Comparison of the Alcat Test for Food Reactions amongst 2 Population Sub-Groups, in 45th Annual Congress of the American College of Allergy and Immunology Los Angeles 1988, Annals of Allergy.

8 Fell PJ, Soulsby S, Brostoff J. Cellular responses to food in irritable Bowel Syndrome- an investigation of the Alcat test. Journal of Nutritional Medicine. 1991, 2, 143-149.

9 Mylek, D., ALCAT Test results in the treatment of respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms, arthritis, skin and central nervous system. Rocz Akad Med Bialymst, 1995. 40(3): p. 625-9.

10 Akmal M., Khan S, Khan A. The Effect of the ALCAT Test Diet Therapy for Food Sensitivity in Patient's With Obesity. Middle East Journal of Family Medicine. 2009;7(3).

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12 Buczyłko K, Obarzanowski T, Rosiak K, Staśkiewicz G, Fiszer A, Chmielewski S, Kowalczyk J. Prevalence of food allergy and intolerance in children based on MAST CLA and ALCAT tests. Rocz Akad Med Bialymst, 1995. 40(3): p. 452-6.

13 Berardi L, De Amici M, Vignini A, Torre C, Mosca M. Food intolerance in patients with cutaneous diseases: diagnostic value of the ALCAT test. Allergy 2009;64:490.

14 De Amici M, Berardi L, Castello M, Mantegna G, Giunta V, Ronzi G, Vignini M. Evaluation of ALCAT Test results in the non IgE-mediated pathology of the skin. Allergy 2011;66:63.

15 Sandberg, D, Pasula M, Fell P. Inhibitory Effect of Sodium Cromoglycate on Granulocyte Response to Food Antigens In Vitro, in 47th annual meeting of the American College of Allergy & Immunology1990: San Francisco.

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17 Sapone A, Lammers KM, Casolaro V, et al. Divergence of gut permeability and mucosal immune gene expression in two gluten-associated conditions: celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. BMC Med. March 2011;9:23.

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