This is the only forum I've found that talks a lot about IgG testing and these labs so I wanted to ask this question (that I've seen here before but not recently). I took a test last year where you could choose which foods to test for and I picked the main ones and found that I was sensitive to wheat/gluten, dairy (but not yogurt/cheese), eggs and a few others which I've eliminated, but I wanted to try a new lab this time that tests for everything.
Any suggestions on which lab to use? Immunolabs talks about their reproducibility a lot, is that just bogus? ALCAT looks good too. I don't know much about Sage. I just don't know how to pick one. Has anyone used two/three and found one that was better than the others? Thanks!!