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Mammalian Milk Zoomer

To test for sensitivity to commonly consumed alternative animal milks

Dairy-free and paleo diets are growing in popularity as individuals attempt to identify underlying causes of inflammation and autoimmunity. When eliminating dairy, many individuals switch to non-bovine dairy sources, such as goat or sheep milk. Because these alternative animal milks can have similar types of proteins, sensitive individuals may still experience adverse symptoms from consuming other mammalian milks after eliminating cow milk products.

The Mammalian Milk Zoomer has been designed to identify reactivity to non-cow milk dairy products from other mammals at the peptide level, eliminating concerns about cross-reactivity of similar foods.

Because dairy is a more antigenic food in the western food supply, one should assess all potential dairy sources for the most comprehensive picture of potential inflammatory food triggers before making nutritional changes.

  • The Vibrant Mammalian Milk Zoomer is a comprehensive platform which provides clinically useful patient specific information regarding mammalian milk allergenic epitopes that could enable targeted designs for future therapeutics and allow for personalized treatment options for patients.
  • A combined detection of both IgA and IgG reduces the possibility of missing reactivity.
  • Identification of peptides instead of proteins reduces the possibility of cross-reactivity with similar foods.
  • In order to provide the most comprehensive and personalized recommendations for dietary interventions and underlying inflammatory food triggers, it is recommended that the Mammalian Milk Zoomer be run alongside a Vibrant Dairy Zoomer, Wheat Zoomer (to assess presence and degree of intestinal permeability), and Food Sensitivity Complete Panel.
Not Available in New York state
Only healthcare providers licensed in their state may order laboratory testing.

Milk Category : Protein Type

Goat Milk

  • Alpha S1 casein
  • Alpha S2 casein
  • Beta lactoglobulin
  • Lactoperoxidase
  • Lactotransferrin
  • Alpha lactalbumin
  • Kappa casein
  • Beta casein

Sheep Milk

  • Alpha S1 casein
  • Kappa casein
  • Uterine milk protein
  • Alpha lactalbumin
  • Beta lactoglobulin
  • Beta casein
  • Chymosin

Camel Milk

  • Alpha S1 casein
  • Kappa casein
  • Alpha S2 casein
  • Beta casein
  • Whey acidic protein
  • Alpha lactalbumin
  • Lactotransferrin
  • Chymosin

Donkey Milk

  • Alpha S1 casein
  • Alpha S2 casein
  • Kappa casein
  • Beta casein
  • Alpha lactalbumin
  • Beta lactoglobulin

Conditions and Symptoms Associated with Milk Sensitivities Include:

  • History of other food allergies
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Family history of milk allergies
  • Advanced age
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Colic
  • Persistent abdominal rumbling or gurgling
  • Vomiting
  • Eczema
  • Rashes
  • Cough
  • Runny nose
  • Eye irritation
  • Ear infections

Recommended Tests to Consider

Wheat Zoomer
Gut Zoomer
Neural Zoomer

Regulatory Statement

The general wellness test intended uses relate to sustaining or offering general improvement to functions associated with a general state of health while making reference to diseases or conditions. This test has been laboratory developed and its performance characteristics determined by Vibrant America LLC, a CLIA-certified laboratory performing the test. The test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Although FDA does not currently clear or approve laboratory-developed tests in the U.S., certification of the laboratory is required under CLIA to ensure the quality and validity of the tests.