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Hypertension Inflammation IgG Antibodies

Hypertension, inflammation and IgG antibodies

Hypertension (HT) is the leading preventable cause of premature death worldwide, and about every third person suffers from hypertension (1). In the long run, high blood pressure damages important organs such as the heart, blood vessels, the brain and the kidneys. Consequential diseases such as myocardial infarction, stroke, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, retinal damage or kidney damage result from the damaged vessels …

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Psoriasis and IgG food allergy

Psoriasis – an inflammatory skin disease

Psoriasis a serious global health problem, with at least 100 million individuals affected worldwide (according to the WHO Global Report on Psoriasis (1)). The incidence varies between 0.09% and 11.43%, depending on geography and ethnicity.In Europe, Nordic populations are more affected than Mediterranean, and a higher prevalence is observed in Caucasians than in Asians and African Americans1. Since the famous Greek …

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Depression IgG food allergy

IgG-food allergies and the treatment of depression

Depression is a widespread disease, affecting 350 million people worldwide according to recent WHO data (1). Statistics from 2015 showed, that about 3% of the world’s population is affected by severe depressive disorders (2). Various factors seem to increase the risk and neuroprogression of depressions,such as psychosocial stress, poor diet, physical inactivity, overweight, smoking, altered intestinal permeability, sleep, …

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RA Rheumatic diseases and food allergy

Rheumatic diseases and food hypersensitivities

Rheumatism or rheumatic disorders are conditions causing chronic, often intermittent pain affecting the joints, tendons, ligaments, bones, muscles and connective tissue. This disorder includes about 200 different conditions and it is becoming clear that a chronic inflammatory response, also induced by gut dysbiosis, can critically contribute to the development of rheumatic diseases (1,2). They share inflammatory processes affecting joints, tendons, ligaments, bones …

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Children and Autism ADHD and IgG food allergy

Children with autism and ADHD benefit from the elimination of IgG-reactive food

About 40–60% of parents believe that their child’s symptoms and eventually health issues are related to food consumption (1), but only about 5-10% of children have symptoms reproduced by oral food challenges. Such IgE-mediated, immediately manifesting Type I food allergies usually develop early in life and their prevalence has been increasing, especially in children. Over …

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DAO and IgG Food Allergy

DAO and IgG Food Allergies

DAO and ImuPro Certain symptoms such as headache, itchy skin, IBS, dizziness can originate from several causes, but are very often related to food intolerance or food allergies. Immediate allergies, mediated by IgE, are easy to identify as the symptoms appear only minutes after the ingestion. Food intolerance and delayed food allergies, mediated by IgG remain often undiagnosed due to the late …

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RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and IgG food allergy

Importance of IgG mediated food allergy in Rheumatoid arthritis

Introduction Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is considered as an autoimmune disease that leads to chronic inflammation of the joints and other parts of the body due to an overreaction of the body’s own immune system resulting in the attack of healthy tissues. Despite the significant improvement in therapeutic management by using biologic disease-modifying drugs, true long-term …

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Microbiota Leaky Gut IgG food allergy

Intestinal microbiota, leaky gut and IgG food allergies

Leaky gut has been responsible for numerous diseases and illnesses related to food allergies and hypersensitivities. More and more attention is presently given to gut microbiota. The decryption of the microbiome has opened new insights on this complex network of microorganisms living in symbiosis with the host and being an existential importance for overall human …

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and Infertility

How ImuPro can help your patients with infertility

Introduction Beside Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), immune disorders may impact fertility and could be one of the reasons for infertility. Signs of impaired immune system are auto-immune diseases, often based on genetic predisposition and chronic inflammation. Markers such as auto-immune antibodies, HLA-variants, imbalance of the TH1/TH17/Treg ratios, inflammation markers such as CRP, and leaky gut …

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