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Extended Food Intolerance Panel GCIG

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The Extended Food Intolerance Panel GCIG is meticulously designed to identify potential food intolerances, a crucial aspect of dietary health. This panel comprehensively tests for reactions to a wide array of foods including fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, nuts, grains, and more. Ideal for individuals experiencing digestive discomfort, unexplained symptoms, or those who simply want to understand their body's responses to different foods, this test is a key step in optimizing dietary choices and improving overall well-being.

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Awaiting result:

One day

Benefits of testing

The Extended Intolerance Panel GCIG offers several critical benefits:

  • Wide-Ranging Food Intolerance Assessment: From common foods like milk and
  • wheat to less frequent allergens like crab and pistachio, this panel covers a vast spectrum, providing a complete picture of potential intolerances.
  • Personalized Dietary Planning: Understanding which foods your body struggles with can significantly improve your diet planning, helping to avoid discomfort and promote better digestion.
  • Identifying Hidden Intolerances: Often, intolerances go unnoticed as their symptoms can be subtle or delayed. This test brings clarity to your dietary health, revealing hidden sensitivities.
  • Improving Overall Health: By eliminating or reducing intake of intolerant foods, you can experience improvements in energy levels, gastrointestinal health, and overall well-being.
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Take charge of your health today

Navigating the complexities of food intolerances can be challenging. The Extended Food Intolerance Panel GCIG is your ally in this journey, providing the insights you need to make informed decisions about your diet.

This test is more than just an intolerance check; it's a roadmap to a healthier lifestyle. Armed with the knowledge of how various foods affect your body, you can tailor your diet to suit your unique needs, potentially reducing symptoms like bloating, fatigue, and discomfort. Opt for the Extended Food Intolerance Panel GCIG today and take a proactive step towards a more comfortable and healthy life.

Blood Test Preparation Guidelines
Time of day
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It is recommended to schedule your appointment for blood tests in the morning hours between 7:00-10:00.
Fasting
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It is recommended to fast for approximately 12 hours before blood sampling. The last meal of the previous day should ideally be consumed around 6:00 p.m. On the day before the test, avoid heavy and fatty meals as well as alcohol.
Stay hydrated
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Drinking water prior to testing can help with sample collection.
Other factors
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Tests should not be performed after a sleepless night or intense physical activity. It is recommended to avoid exercise and stress immediately before blood collection and to not smoke. A short rest is recommended.
Medications and supplements:
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Blood samples should be collected before the morning dose. Some drugs can interfere with test results. Consult with your doctor whether you can delay your dose because of lab tests.
Biotin supplements:
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High doses of biotin supplements can affect test results, causing false elevation or reduction. It's recommended to avoid taking biotin for at least 72 hours before blood collection. If you are taking biotin, inform the personnel collecting the blood so that they can provide specific instructions.
Preparing for Urinalysis Test
Buy container
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Buy sterile, disposable urine containers from pharmacies.

You can also buy a container from a diagnostic centre but the price will be higher. Container is not included in the price of the tests.
Time of day
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Ideally, collect the first urine in the morning after an 8-hour overnight rest or at least 4 hours after the last urination to prevent functional proteinuria.
Mid-stream Sample
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Collect the urine mid-stream, not at the beginning or end of urination, to avoid contamination. The sample volume should be 20 to 100 milliliters, depending on the container's size.
Hygiene
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Wash the area around the urethra with warm water, without using any cleaning or disinfecting products.
Fasting
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Do not eat or drink for 12 hours before collecting the urine sample. If necessary, you can drink one glass of clean, unflavoured water during this time.
Physical activity
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Avoid intense physical activity before providing a urine sample, as it can lead to an increase in protein and ketone levels in urine.
Menstrual period
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Women should avoid providing a urine sample during the menstrual period or within two days of its completion, as this can affect the test results due to the presence of red blood cells and epithelial cells in the urine.
Sexual activity
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Abstain from sexual activity before providing a urine sample.
Deliver sample
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Take the sample(s) to the sampling point on the same day. Storage: Keep the samples at refrigerated temperature (+2...+8°C) until they are taken to the sampling point.