We can provide treatment for any clinically diagnosed (IgE-mediated) food allergy.
It is common for patients and even some healthcare providers to misdiagnose a food allergy. IgE-mediated food allergy can result in a life-threatening allergic reaction. On the other hand, a non-immune mediated adverse food reaction, while unpleasant, does not pose risk of anaphylaxis. When a non-immune mediated adverse food reaction is misdiagnosed as an IgE-mediated food allergy, a patient may unnecessarily restrict what they eat.
At Latitude, we take the necessary steps to accurately diagnose a food allergy to avoid unnecessary dietary limitations. This allows patients to bring some of their favorite foods back into their lives or to try new foods for the very first time.