A reaction to Candida within the Alcat Test is not a diagnosis of Candida overgrowth nor does a lack of reaction to it rule out Candida overgrowth. The Alcat Test is measuring the cellular response to Candida albicans, not the amount present in the mucous membranes of the body.
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- Are these tests covered by health insurance?
- Do you provide meal planning advice that would take my results into account?
- How much support is available after testing?
- Why are the foods to be avoided in the blue boxes on the bottom of the first page of the results, color coded?
- Should reactive foods/ingredients identified by the Alcat Test also be avoided in personal care products and supplements?
- The test did not show reactivity to Candida albicans even though I know overgrowth is an issue. Why?
- Why does this test not correlate with the other food sensitivity tests I’ve done in the past? Example, IgG, IgA.
- I know I have symptoms after consuming ____ but the Alcat Test does not reveal a reaction to it. Why?
- I know I am allergic to____ but the Alcat Test says I’m not. Why?
- How long will it take to receive my test results?