What is a delayed IgG food allergy and how does it develop?Check it out
Your nutritional strategy is based on three important building blocks:
During the elimination phase you may consume the foods without raised levels of IgG antibodies in a 4-day rotation cycle. This helps to prevent the development of new delayed food allergies and malnutrition. All foods with high levels of IgG-antibodies are avoided during this phase. By avoiding them, inflammatory processes can be reduced or even stopped.
After the elimination phase you start a provocation diet and gradually include the avoided foods one by one. The provocation phase helps to find your personal “trigger foods”. Only one new food at a time should be reintroduced in order to find out whether or not it might be responsible for your complaints.
During the stabilisation phase the trigger foods identified in the provocation phase are avoided for at least one year so that the IgG antibodies can degrade and your body can recover. Then you start another provocation phase. You may find that there are one or two foods that you will have to avoid permanently.
The three phases are described in detail in your Personal Nutritional Guide which you will receive together with your test results. Learn more!