Science behind these food sensitivity tests has been debunked — but they’re still widely offered

Two of Canada’s biggest labs promote and offer something known as IgG food tests at their labs, marketed as a way to test for food sensitivities. But medical experts call these blood tests “irrelevant,” “unvalidated” and “inappropriate” when it comes to tracking food intolerance.”

Original Article: Science behind these food sensitivity tests has been debunked — but they’re still widely offered | CBC News

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