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IgG Food hypersensitivity: Diagnostics and Guidance
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Looking for more information on IgG Test and pregnancy? Make Imupro your next step to help achieve your maximum fertility. Infertility is affecting a growing number of couples. Our modern lifestyle, characterized by living in a rush, stress and by an improper diet, leads to a decrease in fertility for quite a number of women and men.

By finding out what your food hypersensitivities are, your fertility could be optimized and the risk of miscarriage could be minimized. Identifying IgG positive foods with ImuPro testing could represent a powerful tool to reduce chronic inflammation and promote fertility. 









Nutrition can affect sperm production and shape (or morphology) as well. It is important to support both the male and female bodies with the right food when preparing for fertility.

Sperm count and sperm motility can be influenced by what one eats: a balanced diet with enough vitamins, minerals and fatty acids is very important. Sperm carry half of the DNA in order for a female egg to be fertilized. Healthy sperm play a crucial role in conception and can diminish the risk for miscarriage.





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A Sophisticated & Reliable Blood Analysis for IgG Food Allergies 


Why is it so difficult to pinpoint the “trigger” foods?

A DELAYED IgG food allergy (type III) is when the immune system produces specific IgG antibodies. These antibodies can lead to inflammatory processes.

The symptoms occur a few hours or even up to a few days after the consumption of a trigger food!

Making it extremely difficult to pinpoint which food that’s causing the problems because of the delayed appearance. Our food allergy test helps to identify and limit those “trigger” foods.

*Note: An IgG food allergy should not to be mistaken for a classical food allergy (type I). If you have a type I allergy, your immune system produces IgE antibodies. These antibodies lead to an immediate allergic reaction. ImuPro does not detect IgE food allergies.

Quick Comparison Table: IgE Food Allergy vs IgG Food Allergy

Differences IgE food allergy (type I) IgG food allergy (type III)
Immune Response Production of IgE antibodies Release of histamine mediated by IgE antibodies Production of IgG antibodies Release of inflammatory mediators caused by binding of IgG antibodies
Nature of food allergy Symptoms E.g. itching, red skin, anaphylaxis, swelling of the mucous membranes Chronic inflammatory ailments, e.g. constipation, Crohn's Disease, diarrhoea, eczema, flatulence, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), migraines, obesity, psoriasis
Onset of the symptoms Immediate reaction within a few minutes After several hours to three days
Diagnostics Prick test or IgE blood test + food challenge test IgG blood test + food challenge test

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Your diet may help you to increase your chances to get pregnant.

ImuPro is a blood test which detects the level of food specific IgG antibodies. In combination with the nutritional concept based on your individual test results, ImuPro may help you to change your diet and improve your fertility. By eliminating food which causes you problems, your body can recover and it will be easier for you to conceive.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Question: We have some doubts concerning the application of ImuPro in the case of pregnant women. We know that there’s not a contraindication, but would it be preferable to wait until the birth of the baby?

Answer: No, not at all. The pregnant woman and the child would both extremely profit from an ImuPro test and an early change of diet. IgG food allergies are certainly not beneficial for the pregnant woman, whose organism and immune system has other priorities during this period. One of the actions of inflammation is the impairment of the metabolism of hormone produced in the pancreas which again has huge impact on other hormonal systems. The mother will experience fewer problems during pregnancy when adopting an ImuPro diet.

Furthermore, all IgGs (in contrast to IgE) from the mother are transmitted to the baby in the third term of pregnancy. The child is born with the same type III allergies as the mother, although the baby has fewer capabilities to cope with them. By changing the diet as early as possible, the amount of IgG decreases or becomes negative, so the child will not “inherit” these delayed food allergies. In the interest of the child, the mother should change her diet and prevent the development of diseases for the baby.

Question: A pregnant lady in her fourth month of pregnancy is suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). She is wondering if doing the ImuPro test will help her. She said that during her pregnancy in her previous child she also suffered severely from IBS.

Answer: Yes, she should absolutely do an ImuPro test and stick to the nutritional guidelines as strict as possible. Not only her IBS may improve, but particularly her child will profit from an ImuPro diet, as she will decrease her level of IgG antibodies and will not transfer them to the child, thus preventing him of having similar or other problems. She should start as quick as possible.

(All answers are by Dr. Camille Lieners, Scientific Advisor ImuPro)



ImuPro Screen provides an individual analysis of 44 common foods. Such as dairy products, cereals and chicken egg. You will receive a comprehensive report with accurate results at a glance. Dietary recommendations are not included.

ImuPro Basic tests 90 individual foods. In addition to a comprehensive report with accurate results at a glance, you will receive personal nutritional guidelines which include individual recommendations for your 4-day rotation.

ImuPro Complete tests 270 individual foods and additives (including the 90 foods in ImuPro Basic). Your diet can be changed very selectively based on the ndings. This means that there will be a larger variety of alternatives for your 4-day rotation.

With ImuPro Complete, you will receive a comprehensive report with accurate results at a glance and personal nutritional guidelines which lead you through your change in diet. Your results pack also includes individual recommendations for your 4-day rotation and a recipe book which is specifically tailored to your non-IgG reactive foods.

For further information concerning IgG food hypersensitivities and the ImuPro test, please contact us at 82688242

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What Our Customers Are Saying

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Nathania L.’s 4 year old son Tshimologo from Gabarone had the ImuPro test. He was experiencing rashes all over the body that made him feel itchy, especially when it was hot. He also experienced severe stomach cramps for no apparent reason, He had an elevated IgG response to 128 foods in the ImuPro300 including the gluten grains, eggs and milk. It was too challenging to completely avoid all of his reactive foods so they focused on eliminating the foods that had a very strong IgG response and the smaller reactive foods were eaten on a rotation basis only. After 2 months on the exclusion diet, his mom saw an improvement in his symptoms and after a further month, the rash and stomach cramps had completely stopped. Mrs L. reports that the ImuPro test has made a huge difference to her sons quality of life- even her son is aware of it and is therefore willing to make the necessary diet changes.


Nathania L.

Republic of South Africa

Judene V. from Alberton did the ImuPro test. Her reason for undertaking the ImuPro test was joint pain and bloating. Her ImuPro results showed a very elevated IgG response to the gluten grains, a moderate reaction to milk and mild reactions to poppy seeds, crayfish, sour-milk products, egg, yeast and nutmeg. Judene focused on avoiding the foods that she had an IgG reaction to, with particular focus on the gluten grains. She found that her bloating improved almost immediately. Her joint pain started to improve after the first week and is still gradually improving with time. Judene was so pleased with her results that she referred a friend to have the test done.
Judene V.

42 Years Old, Republic of South Africa

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