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ALCAT Lab Extends Blood Tests To 130 Functional Foods And Herbs

February 8, 2010: 06:17 AM EST
The ALCAT Laboratory has extended the range of its ALCAT Test, used to measure white blood cell responses to foods, chemicals, herbs, etc., to include compatibility testing for 130 new functional foods and medicinal herbs. The blood tests determine sensitivity to substances linked to chronic inflammatory diseases, including migraines, digestive disorders, obesity, etc. The added functional foods are categorized in three groups: functional foods and medicinal herbs, female herbs and 30 male herbs. The first panel covers products like wheat grass juice and bee pollen, while the second two contain items found in male and female enhancement products. Test prices range from $120 to $1,100.
"The ALCAT Laboratory becomes first to test for compatibility of functional foods and medicinal herbs", ALCAT Worldwide, February 08, 2010, © Cell Science Systems
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