Food-sensitivity test can be misleading, expert says

03/23/2012 | FoodNavigator

Toronto doctor Elana Lavine said immunoglobin G antibody testing is not a reliable measure of food sensitivity and is prompting many people to unnecessarily eliminate certain food from their diet. Because the test is widely available, physicians should explain "the paucity of evidence for using these tests to diagnose food allergy or guide elimination diets."

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