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Poor Sports Performance? Food Intolerances May be to Blame

If you’re an athlete, then you may dedicate countless hours per week to working out, perfecting your craft, getting good sleep and getting the proper nutrition. However, despite all of your hard work, you’re still not where you want to be. Your body’s reactions to...

Food Intolerance Testing in the Research

If you search for food intolerance tests online, you may be confused by the controversy between medical professionals and allergy testing companies. You may find some sources that say food intolerance testing is the best way to determine food intolerances. However,...

What does IgG allergy testing test for?

If you are wondering whether you or someone you love should get IgG allergy testing, then you may be unsure as to what an IgG allergy exactly is and what kind of testing is available. For many people, surfing the web and seeing others’ success stories makes them...

10 Key Facts about a Gluten Intolerance Test

Thinking about going gluten free? Do you have health concerns with gluten? Before you buy a gluten intolerance test, read our post to find out what key facts you need to know about gluten intolerances (whether you have it or you don’t). 1. Gluten is a protein If...

5 Questions to Ask about Food Allergy Testing

If you suspect you or someone you love has a food allergy, or have concerns that they do, make sure to bring up your worries to your doctor. Regardless of which type of food allergy testing you do, your doctor and/or Registered Dietitian should always be aware and...

Allergy Testing for Children: Should my child be food allergy tested?

As any guardian, you may have concerns that the food your child is eating is harmful to their overall health. You may be concerned that the food is unhealthy and/or high in calories, however, have you ever wondered if your child has a food allergy? Food allergies...

5 Facts to Know About a Food Intolerance Test

Testing for a food intolerance can be confusing! Read our post about the 5 facts to know about a food intolerance test. By the end of the article, hopefully you have a better grasp on a food intolerance test and how to use it. 1. Food intolerance tests are available...

3 Types of Allergy Tests for Kids

Are you worried that your child may have adverse reactions to food? If your child exhibits frequent symptoms of respiratory issues, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, rashes or worse, then it is time to ask your doctor about doing allergy tests for kids. In this...

Debunking 3 Common Food Allergy Test for Kids

It is no surprise that there is lots of misinformation on the Internet, and this includes misinformation about food allergy tests for kids. In this article, we will debunk some information behind 3 common food allergy tests that you may see online. 1. Food Intolerance...

What does IgE allergy testing test for?

If you’ve been told you or someone you love needs to get IgE allergy testing, then you may be unsure as to what an IgE allergy is and what kind of testing to expect. Most likely, your doctor is the one who is encouraging (or mandating) an IgE allergy test, and for...

Food Sensitivity Testing: What You Should Know

If you think certain foods cause you distress, then you may have a food sensitivity. Signs of a food sensitivity include bloating, gas, diarrhea, fatigue, skin rashes, runny nose, headache as well as other adverse symptoms. Even the most observant people may still not...

How to Choose a Food Sensitivity Home Test

Have you Googled your symptoms of gastrointestinal upset, headaches, skin problems and respiratory ailments? If you suffer day after day and week after week with these issues, you may have a food intolerance. Food intolerances are adverse reactions to food, however,...

Help Manage Your Food Symptoms: Try a Food Intolerance Test

You may think that your headache, fatigue and nausea might be due to your stressful work schedule. However, this is not always the case. In some instances, you may have to dig deeper to determine the cause. There’s one factor that often gets overlooked (and we don’t...

Food Allergies: Discover the Risk to Your Health with Allergy Testing

Year after year, we see an uptick in the number of people who suffer from a food allergy, or an adverse reaction to a food item. In the most general sense, a food allergy occurs when your immune system reacts to certain foods. This reaction occurs because your body...

You may have a Soy Intolerance (and Not Even Know It)

 You may think that diarrhea, nausea and runny nose symptoms are normal, but they’re not! While occasional gut and respiratory distress happens to everyone, frequent bouts of stomach upset may mean you have a food intolerance. Maybe you’ve tried to eliminate dairy...

Food Additives: Harmful to Your Health?

There’s been a scare in the mainstream media about GMOs, preservatives and additives to our food. If you search online, you see celebrities promoting their all-natural, organic diets, and let’s be honest: These celebrities have never looked better. If we see social...

Common Food Intolerances that May be Ailing You

“You are what you eat.” You may have heard this phrase and understand that food, health and lifestyle are all connected. “Let food be thy medicine.” Have you heard that one before? In this age of “clean eating” and “non-GMO,” we value food that makes us feel good and...

Is a Seafood Intolerance Causing You Distress?

 Do you ever find yourself avoiding seafood because it made you feel sick in the past? Maybe you thought it was undercooked. But if you ever experience non-immediate symptoms of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain when consuming seafood, you may have a...

Easy Elimination Diet for Food Intolerances: A How-To Guide

If you want to get rid of your annoying food intolerance symptoms, the first step is to see a registered dietitian and/or try a food intolerance test. Food intolerance tests can tell you which foods may be causing you distress. While these results are helpful, they...

Do You Have a Food Intolerance? Take Our Quiz!

You may be wondering if you truly suffer from a food intolerance. Food intolerance tests can help you determine if and what foods are problematic for you, but maybe you’re on the fence about purchasing one. We compiled a list of questions for you to ask yourself....

Do You Actually Have a Gluten Intolerance?

Having a gluten intolerance seems so prevalent in today’s society, you may wonder how bread has been a staple in the food system for thousands of years. It’s almost as if “gluten-free” is the trendy thing to do. Some people truly have a gluten intolerance (aka...

How Long Do Food Intolerance Symptoms Last?

If you suffer from a food intolerance, you know the symptoms of a food intolerance can really drag you down. You may have already purchased your food intolerance test to determine which foods in your diet cause you distress. Maybe you already have your personalized...

Do You Have a Milk Protein Allergy?

Many children are diagnosed with cow milk allergies within the first few years of life. While uncommon, some adults can develop symptoms of a cow milk allergy as well. Cow milk allergy is an allergy to milk protein, which is different than lactose intolerance....

A Food Intolerance Test: Customer Reviews to Help You Decide

In your Google search for the best food intolerance test, you may find mixed customer reviews about their efficacy. While nutrition and medical experts may not turn to a food intolerance test as a first resort, you may still find valuable information from...

Do You Have a Food Intolerance?

Fatigue. Bloating. Constipation. Aren’t those common occurrences? Gas. Stomach pain. Skin irritation. Is that your “normal?” You may be dealing with food intolerances and not even know it. You may think that frequent headaches happen to everyone, but the truth is:...