Cell Science Systems Offering Most Effective ALCAT Food Sensitivity test
Cell Science Systems (CSS) have been the purveyors of the popular ALCAT Test for over 25 years, providing a more in-depth alternative to traditional food sensitivity testing. CSS can stake it’s reputation on being a Food & Drug Administration inspected device manufacturer. For more than two and a half decades, the ALCAT Test has been researched, administered, and supported by a network of thousands of doctors across the world. Now, with more and more of the general public becoming aware of the threats and symptoms caused by undiscovered food sensitivities, the ALCAT Test has become the standard that other tests are measured against.
CSS is proud to employ a Medical Director, Chief Medical Officer, and is well-regarded by practicing doctors and medical professionals across a variety of health fields. Eight physicians currently sit on the advisory board. With their guidance, The ALCAT Test has become one of the most relied upon food sensitivity tests available.
Physicians have recommended food sensitivity testing to patients looking to lose weight, fight gastrointestinal disorders, relieve irritable bowel syndrome effects, and even clear up eczema and other skin irritations. Numerous studies have been conducted to support the ALCAT Test’s role in determining the causes behind a myriad of different ailments.
The ALCAT Test separates itself from IgG and IgE testing by noting the reactions of your body’s white blood cells when they come into contact with offending ingredients. The most extensive panel available can test more than 320 different foods, chemicals, herbs, and other substances. CSS also personally manufactures the ROBOCat II instrument that subjects blood samples to the test panels. As the technology available to CSS continues to evolve, even more comprehensive and detailed profiles can be offered to the public. For example, the recently released Gut Health Profile (GHP) can help a patient determine where they fall on the newly discovered gluten spectrum, through a combination of genetic, cellular, and antibody analysis.
Cell Science Systems and The ALCAT Test are leading the way in food sensitivity and intolerance research, and sharing their discoveries in order to benefit the health of an international audience.