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Does your pet suffer from irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease? Do you know what food is causing it? Do you often hear or say "allergies"? In all of these instances, you are probably referring to a food intolerance or sensitivity, which is actually quite common. An actual food allergy is rare. In fact, food intolerance is the third most common sensitivity condition in dogs and cats, and often was remedied with a change in diet. For years, though, the difficulty lay in figuring out what foods were problematic – until now.
Developed by world renowned veterinarian, Dr. Jean Dodds, NutriScan tests for the twenty-four most commonly ingested foods by dogs and cats to provide you with specific results as to your companion animal's food intolerances or sensitivities. Since it is a salivary test, you have the convenience to complete the test at home or at your veterinarian’s office. Best of all, you and your veterinarian will have the NutriScan Report in approximately two weeks to discuss the best approach to address your pet's diet.
|Chicken Eggs||Barley||Millet||Peanut / Peanut Butter|
|Oatmeal||Salmon||Rabbit||White-Colored Ocean Fish
(includes menhaden, pollack, herring, sardines)
Please remember, NutriScan is novel and patented and is not testing for food allergies, but rather tests for food sensitivities and intolerance. These are different body immune responses. Food allergy is a more immediate reaction mediated by production of IgE and IgG antibodies. Food sensitivity and intolerance, by contrast, measures a more delayed body response to offending foods by measuring production of IgA and IgM antibodies primarily in mucosal secretions from the bowel.
Dr. Dodds recommends that dogs and cats are tested annually as – similar to humans – their food tolerances and intolerances change over time.
W. Jean Dodds, DVM
Garden Grove | Nutriscan / Hemopet | 714-891-2022