Food intolerances are frequently tested at the clinic with an accurate blood test that measures IgG or delayed hypersensitivity reactions to a panel of foods. The presence of food intolerances is associated with: digestive disorders (bloating, constipation, irritable bowel symptoms), seasonal or environmental allergies, eczema, asthma, autoimmune disease, psoriasis, acne, fatigue, frequent colds / ear infections / tonsil problems, overall fatigue, migraines, joint pains, depression, anxiety and weight gain. When you eat a food that you are intolerant to on a regular basis, it creates disorder and health consequences that vary tremendously from person to person. For example a gluten intolerance may cause eczema in one person, depression in another and chronic constipation in a third. This test is highly valuable in improving your overall health and getting to the root of many chronic conditions.