Common Reactions in Food Sensitivity Tests


Avoiding Reactive Foods Most Commonly Found in the GC Biosciences Food Sensitivity Tests  

A typical western diet is characterised by the consumption of dairy products, refined grains, white goods (cereals, pasta, potatoes) and high sugary drinks. Food sensitivities often occur because the same foods are eaten every day for a prolonged period, this is certainly the case in the IgG4 food testing.

GC Biosciences have conducted a vast amount of food sensitivity tests in the three and half years we have been operational. From that internal sampling, we compiled some tests and found the top ten food sensitivities. The four most common foods that come up as reactive are shown below;




The most frequent reaction from these foods was eggs, from industry data, there were 12.2 billion eggs consumed in 2015 (190 eggs per year, per person in the United Kingdom). In a previous blog “Solving Irritable Bowel Syndrome” it was shown that for patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) removing foods that have been found reactive in IgG4 testing decreased symptoms associated with IBS by over 90%.

If you suffer from IBS, perhaps removing these common foods found to be reactive could ease your symptoms. For a more comprehensive elimination diet, you should consider doing a full food sensitivity test. GC Biosciences do take a small amount of private clients per year, please see our consultancy page.

If you are a personal trainer, and you have clients that suffer from poor digestion, you can help by offering them one of our food sensitivity tests, or by giving them the complete top ten foods to avoid. You can gain access to the top ten food reactions list by becoming an affiliate today, for more information please click the button below.

GC Biosciences Policy on Research

There is a fine line between providing research to support claims and protecting intellectual property. GC Biosciences will provide research to support their claims to all current clients, affiliates and partners. This research can be accessed through a request to the head office or practitioner logins. If a member of the public wishes to seek further information from GC Biosciences about research, please email the head office using our contact us form and the science team will review and consider your request and reply to you within fourteen days.

Please feel free to leave a comment below, or share on your social media platforms.

It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What is

+ 46 = 54