001. Shamona Harnett reports at winnipegfreepress.com in "Scientific Review Refutes Tests Performed by Alternative Practitioners" (2016-09-19):
"patients’ lack of understanding about allergies and perceived food sensitivities has led them to avoid foods they don’t have to and could result in nutritional deficiencies, a new scientific review published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says [...authored by] Winnipeg allergist Dr. Elissa Abrams and New York allergist Dr. Scott H. Sicherer [...] the article, published on Sept. 6, discourages Immunoglobulin G (IgG) testing offered by alternative practitioners such as naturopaths [..which] can cost hundreds of dollars [...] Abrams says such tests lead to unnecessary avoidance of foods patients may not be allergic to [...]";
so, orthorhexia by way of pseudodiagnostics. But don't worry, naturopaths have a whole arsenal of bogus tests left to choose from, if they even listen to this article and stop their unjustifiable IgG testing.