LRA (Lymphocyte Response Assay)Blood
Performed by: ELISA/ACT Biotechnologies
Conventional therapies for autoimmune conditions involve some combination of immune suppressive therapies. In contrast, the LRA (Lymphocyte Response Assay) by ELISA/ACT is a way of determining for each individual what items are burdening the immune system and a system for restoring immune competence.
By looking directly at lymphocytes, the LRA detects all 3 types of delayed food and chemical hypersensitivities to as many as 512 items.
Reactive items are an adverse load on your body’s immune defenses. This means a reduced ability to respond to new or chronic infections. Reactive items also decrease immune activities needed to repair your body. This can provoke inflammation and self-attack ("autoimmunity").
Avoid strong reactors for six (6) months and moderate reactors for three (3) months to reduce the burden on the immune system and restore your body’s ability to repair. Avoiding reactive items can break the cycle of impaired defense and repair, allowing your body to start the recovery and repair process.