Why are IgG tests not suitable for diagnosing histamine intolerances? I understand that they don't test for a histamine response in particular, but if they reveal elevated IgG responses to histamine-laden foods, could that not indicate a histamine intolerance? That seems to be the case with me: I got a 96-food IgG panel from Alletess, and here are the results:
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