Allergy & Intolerance Testing
It is important to avoid foods that you are Allergic or have a High Intolerance to, particularly during Menopause!
When you eat a food or have a drink that you maybe unknowingly have an Allergy or High Intolerance to, your body triggers histamines to be produced in your gut.
When you have too much histamine in your system, it can cause negative reactions such as inflammation, headaches and bloating, exasperating your already unpleasant menopausal symptoms!
About the Test
The exclusive Combined Allergy & Intolerance uses a small blood spot kit which is mailed directly to you and contains:
1x alcohol wipe
1x Absorbent pad
1x Two Spot Blood Card
2x lancets CE 0344 (pin-prick system)
1x return envelope
1x activation card with an adhesive label
What is the test?
Using the latest ELISA testing technology, our test analyses a small blood sample against 78 of the most common allergy and intolerance items. Testing for IgE (allergy) and IgG4 (intolerance) levels.
Quick & easy: The easy to use testing kit is mailed immediately on purchase and should reach you within 5 working days. The kit includes full instructions on how to complete the pin-prick and blood spot sample in a fast and pain-free manner. Simply send a sample back to the address enclosed, where it is sent to our labs in the UK for testing against the allergen items.
Perfect for: you if you are suffering from undiagnosed symptoms including skin rashes, migraines, itchy eyes, extreme fatigue, joint aches and pains or vomiting then these could be signs of an allergy or intolerance.
Discover more about your body in this fast, easy and accurate allergy test.
Order a combined allergy and intolerance test today and find out which food items are causing symptoms.
Our Laboratories & Technology
The state-of-the-art facility is certified according to ISO 9001. Using the latest testing ELISA equipment, which is unrivaled throughout the allergy testing industry, the labs are overseen by an expert and qualified team of technicians.
We will have a Zoom meeting with you to go through your results and recommendations. Following this meeting, you will be sent an email report (PDF), and this includes a comprehensive explanation of the items tested for, as well as whether you have allergies or intolerances to those items.