Isn't Immunolabs the REALLY expensive one?
I tried York Labs first (in FL). Horrible experience and never got the test.
The ALCAT test I chose was only about $275 (50 foods/10 additives/10 food colorings). I KNOW that DS is sensitive to milk, soy, cocoa, white potato, cranberry. I am now trying to figure out whether the extra food that has been bothering him is corn or red dye. So I'm testing ALCAT to see whether their test is accurate. I have no idea what I might be sensitive to, but odds are, it's something. I wanted to trial someone that I knew the answers to (mostly) first just to ensure THEIR accuracy.
Kathy, mother of 3, wife of 1. My new recipe blog:
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longer searchable by allergen, but at least it doesn't have a virus!)