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Everlywell Food Sensitivity Test - at Home - CLIA-Certified Adult Test - Personalized, Accurate Blood Analysis (96 Foods) - Not Available in NY/NJ/RI
- HELPFUL TEST - This test is a great place to start if you want to dig into your body's relationship with food. The test measures IgG antibodies in a small blood sample to tell you how your immune system reacts to 96 different foods. You can then use your results to help guide a temporary elimination diet to pinpoint the foods you're sensitive to. (Note: food sensitivities are different than food allergies and intolerances. This is not an allergy test.)
- GUIDANCE FOR AN ELIMINATION DIET - Food sensitivities can contribute to migraines, joint pain, skin issues, gastrointestinal distress, and other symptoms. Finding the symptom-causing foods isn't always easy, but the Everlywell Food Sensitivity Test makes it easier by giving you useful information that can help guide a temporary elimination diet.
- EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND RESULTS - Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. Download and share with your healthcare provider, family, or friends. We also provide you with additional resources and helpful tips along the way.
- CERTIFIED LABS - The lab processing your sample is CLIA-certified (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments). This means they have to meet high standards to obtain both state and federal certifications and submit themselves to regular inspections.
- PHYSICIAN-REVIEWED - Everlywell test orders and results are reviewed and approved by an independent board-certified physician within your state. Not available in the following states: New York, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. Test taker must be 18+.
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This at-home test measures your body's immune response to 96 foods to help provide guidance on what foods may be the best to choose for an elimination diet.
How It Works
1. Register Your Kit
Once your order, the test materials are delivered to your doorstep. Enter the barcode included with your kit.
2. Complete & Return Sample
Complete a simple finger prick collection and return with a prepaid label.
3. Lab Processes Sample
An independent board-certified physician will review your results.
4. You Receive Your Results
Once verified, you'll receive your results on our secure platform within days.
Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report to help guide your next steps. Join our community to hear about others’ experience, or set up a discussion with a healthcare professional to go over your results further.
Your Food Sensitivity Results
Easy to Understand
Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. Download and share with your healthcare provider, family, or friends.
View a personalized report of your body's reactivity to each of the 96 foods tested as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you.
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"I've had stomach problems for years and years. I've done reduction diets several times trying to figure out what was bothering me... We don't have health insurance that will pay for allergy testing and I wanted to see if foods were bothering me even if not a true 'allergy'. The results of this test took a week to come back and really pointed out a lot of food sensitivities. I react to spinach, milk, carrots, cheeses, even almonds among many other things! So in the past, when I would avoid milk, I'd drink almond milk. It is good to know what things could be a small bother for my body, but when eaten with several other items that bother me, it could be causing my GI issues. I do feel better now that I'm avoiding these food sensitivities."
Size: 96 Foods
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I have major food issues - GERD, gluten intolerance, IC, IBS, migraines, and allergies. My test results show significant reactivity to a broad range of foods - and these are foods we knew I had issues with.
I am convinced this test is pretty legit.
PREVIOUS REVIEW: This test won’t confirm lactose intolerance nor celiac disease. All it does is show IgG reactive levels - antibodies. The medical community is divided over what this means for food tolerance. Humans develop antibodies as protection against foreign substances like viruses. If you have had chicken pox, you have antibodies against chicken pox. This doesn’t guarantee that you won’t get chicken pox, but it definitely reduces your chances significantly.
But does having chicken pox antibodies make you willing to eat the chicken pox virus?
Well, food is no different. There are foods our bodies believe are harmful foreign agents and so our bodies build up antibodies to protect us from them. Does the presence of the antibodies mean you are now safe to enjoy those foods? This is where the medical community is divided.
NIH has published results of a study that shows elimating IgG-reactive foods reduces migraines.
Here is what I can tell you - wheat and gluten are on my reactive IgG list. I eliminated both and I went from near-daily migraines to about 3 per month.
IgG antibodies trigger an inflammatory response. That response will manifest in different human bodies in different ways. Migraines in some, brain fog or joint pain in others. Maybe lethargy, fatigue, insomnia, etc., it all depends on how the inflammatory response occurs.
This test is only going to tell you your IgG reactivity to foods. It won’t tell you how that reactivity in you manifests. Maybe it doesn’t. Or maybe it’s the source of that mystery joint pain you are having.
The human body is a complex ecosystem. No two bodies react exactly the same because we all have different gut bacteria, diets, genetics, medications, etc. Each of these things contributes to your unique chemistry. How these IgG-reactive foods impact your chemistry really can only be determined through an elimination diet and then reintroduction of one IgG-reactive food at a time so you can see how your body reacts to it.
All this test will do is narrow down a possible list of foods based on IgG reactivity only.
Celiac disease and lactose intolerance are two examples of food issues that this test will NOT reveal.
Food intolerance has several possible causes - IgG just being one among many - and there are likely many more that we aren’t even aware of yet.
So don’t put all of your eggs in one basket, so to speak. This test is just one piece of your body’s ecological mystery puzzle.
The best way to tell if a food is causing a problem is simply eliminate from the diet for 4 to 6 weeks and see if symptoms or signs improve”
I would save your 200$
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