Allergy Test Australia https://www.allergytestaustralia.com Allergy & Intolerance Testing Australia Tue, 23 Jul 2019 08:34:35 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.10 Where and where not to travel with a food intolerance? /not-travel-wheat-intolerance/ Wed, 03 Jul 2019 14:23:16 +0000 /?p=335671 What are the best and worst countries to travel to if you are suffering from a food allergy or a food intolerance? Well, it depends on which items you are allergic to! Say, if you have a wheat intolerance, then we do not recommend you travel to the United Kingdom.  Wheat intolerance in the United […]

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Wheat intolerance in the United Kingdom

The UK is one of the biggest producers of wheat around the world and the western diet will typically be bursting with meals which contain wheat as the main ingredient. The UK population love a slice of toast in the morning and also consuming bread, beer and other wheat-filled products.

There is nothing wrong with this unless you have a wheat intolerance of course! A wheat intolerance occurs if someone usually eats too much wheat and the body just cannot tolerate it any longer.

This can usually be managed by monitoring how much wheat you are consuming, and in the case of an elimination diet, you would completely remove it from your diet. The UK tends to produce between 14-15 million tonnes of wheat each year.

United States can be allergy-friendly

The United States can be an allergy-friendly environment, but it depends on where and what you are allergic or intolerant to. Even though the facts and statistics say that up to 25% of America suffers from an allergy, the country unites cuisines from all around the world.

This gives you endless options to choose from. So, if you do have wheat intolerance or intolerance to something else like gluten, then you will usually be able to find something to try.

If what you are looking for is a diverse cuisine, then the U.S. is probably your best bet for an allergen-free vacation.

Intolerances could explain symptoms like fatigue

If you are struggling with intolerance symptoms, many of which include fatigue, bloating, headaches and stomach upset, then it could be that you have an allergy or an intolerance.

Something like wheat intolerance is not easy to identify unless you take a test as it is in almost any ingredient. India is also a good place for you to go on holiday if you have either a gluten or wheat intolerance.

For more information on intolerance testing or allergy testing, then you can order your intolerance test from www.allergytestaustralia.com right now. 

 

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Should you really do this with peanuts? /should-you-really-do-this-with-peanut-allergy/ Wed, 26 Jun 2019 12:51:49 +0000 /?p=335545 Wow, a news report has indicated that to avoid peanut allergies and the subsequent symptoms, you need to give babies peanut butter before they turn one, and this will help them to avoid allergies, as reported by authorities. Yes, you read that right, so if you are considering allergy testing to test for peanut allergy or […]

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Wow, a news report has indicated that to avoid peanut allergies and the subsequent symptoms, you need to give babies peanut butter before they turn one, and this will help them to avoid allergies, as reported by authorities. Yes, you read that right, so if you are considering allergy testing to test for peanut allergy or any other, and want to manage your child’s symptoms, this could help you. 

Food and Peanut allergy

The report states that parents should introduce foods, including peanut butter into their baby’s diet before they turn one year old, and this will actually reduce the chances of you developing an allergy. This is very important to read considering Australia has one of the highest rate of food allergies in the world along with the US! In Australia, around one in 10 babies born here are allergic to common food allergens like peanuts, eggs, and even milk. Many of them are diagnosed before they are one year of age.

The National Allergy Strategy

The National Allergy Strategy (NAS) believe that the country’s allergy rates are only going to get worse, with Australia seeing a 7 per cent a year rise in the last five year. Food allergies are becoming more prominent but Allergy Test Australia can help both parents and their children to manage their symptoms. Unfortunately, as allergies are life-long and also life-threatening, there is no cure, but avoiding the allergen is a must. This is why we recommend allergy testing as a necessity.

What should you do?

But should you be giving peanuts or peanut butter to a child even though they are potentially allergic? Some people would think no but there has been research which has identified this, and there is even more research being ploughed into the development. Allergy Test Australia itself possesses state-of-the-art laboratories which help us to establish whether or not a child possesses an allergy or an intolerance. Remember, if an intolerance has been identified then it is not necessarily the end of the world. We can guide you through the process of managing your intolerances, and help you to understand exactly what foods you need to avoid. can nuts affect your bloated stomach?

Interesting quote from ABC

“In a statement, the Federal Government said it was “supportive” of the NAS and had provided $1.1 million in funding for it since 2016. It advises parents to not give children peanuts, or food containing peanuts, before the age of six months.”

This shows that food allergies should still be taken seriously, and if anyone does not know that they have a peanut allergy then it could lead to life-threatening symptoms like anaphylactic shock. So, to identify whether or not you have a peanut allergy or any other food allergies, order your allergy test today.

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7 Steps to keep your house allergy-free this Winter /7-signs-suffer-allergy-intolerance/ Mon, 17 Jun 2019 14:25:43 +0000 /?p=164770 Keep your house allergy-free this Winter With Winter having crept up on us, some of us may not have our house prepared for the Winter in Australia. Whether you live on your own or with your family, there are many reasons which mean your allergy may have gotten worse. Therefore, it is vital that you take an allergy test […]

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Keep your house allergy-free this Winter

With Winter having crept up on us, some of us may not have our house prepared for the Winter in Australia. Whether you live on your own or with your family, there are many reasons which mean your allergy may have gotten worse. Therefore, it is vital that you take an allergy test to find out what (food and non-food) items you are allergic to. Here at Allergy Test, we have outlined what steps you should take to keep your house allergy-free.

1) Symptoms

Firstly, it is important to realise the effect that some items are having on your body. You may not even realise it at the time, but with a real wealth of environments throughout Australia, your body has to adapt to certain cultures on a regular basis. Check your body for rashes and start keeping a food diary as you look to ascertain which foods are causing your body the most harm. Other major signs that you may have an intolerance to something include headaches, fatigue, bloating and feeling sick. If you have these symptoms, an allergy test may be the perfect test for you.

2) Testing times

Dealing with your symptoms can be a testing time for many, especially when you learn you have an intolerance or an allergy to a certain food. If you decide to take up the option of taking a test with us, you will receive a comprehensive report with your hair sample being tested against 600 food and non-food items. Our expert team will go the extra mile to ensure that you fully understand your results and can take in what this means moving forward. It may lead to you altering your diet, being careful about what you do outside, and what environments you encounter. All results include items identified as showing a reaction of 85% and over. Having conducted many thousands of bioresonance hair tests, we at Allergy Test believe this percentage to represent the point for which most symptoms arise.

3) Be aware of your environment

Australia has one of the highest incidences of allergy in the world, with more than four million people affected. One in ten Australians has asthma and one in three has allergies. Although many of these are associated with Summer all over the world, in Australia these are increasingly prevalent in the Winter. Forget spiders, snakes and other creepy crawlies, allergies are the ones to watch out for in Australia.

4) Don’t let the cold beat you

The temptation during the cold winter months is to shut all the windows, turn the heating on and wrap up warm. One of these isn’t recommended as it can cause issues in your home. Alongside all the food-related allergies we may face, we can sometimes bite back against other allergies, including the build up of mould. Closing all the vents and windows in our house will keep us warm but may not stop us sneezing. This is because mould and dust mites can build up without fresh air and can cause more harm to our body than we think.

5) Don’t forget about the food

Remember, even though we are focusing on keeping away the environment allergies this winter, there are still foods that we can’t eat. We must not neglect these allergies as they are still harmful. As there is still no cure for food allergies, an allergy test will enable you to be aware of what foods are still harmful to you.

6) Be Sensible

Essentially, even though hay fever will not be an issue in the Winter (we hope), there are always potential allergens which your body cannot tolerate. We recommend you stay vigilant, but do continue to enjoy yourself this Winter, tucking into delicious food and airing out your house.

7) Come to Allergy Test, we are continuing to improve lives

Yep, we want to enable you to help yourself. After receiving your results and taking heed of our tips for an enjoyable Winter, there are other ways which we love to help you. You can speak to our fantastic customer service team, 24 hours a day, 5 days a week online, via LiveChat.

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Ideas to cope with a bloated stomach /recipes-bloated-stomach/ Wed, 12 Jun 2019 14:48:11 +0000 /?p=335181 Struggling with a bloated stomach? It could be that you are experiencing food intolerance symptoms, and bloat is one of the most common problems that many people suffer from, especially here in Australia. Sufferers of bloat are often confused at what is causing their bloated stomach, and therefore people look desperately for ways to stop […]

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Struggling with a bloated stomach? It could be that you are experiencing food intolerance symptoms, and bloat is one of the most common problems that many people suffer from, especially here in Australia. Sufferers of bloat are often confused at what is causing their bloated stomach, and therefore people look desperately for ways to stop it happening. This is where an allergy test or an intolerance test fits perfectly for you. Take  a look below at what could be causing your symptoms:

Finding an effective treatment

One of the most effective treatments that people recommend to help others cope with their bloated stomach is a Low-FODMAP diet, as this should help to alleviate your symptoms. This does, however, depend on the food items that are highlighted in your report. FODMAP is an acronym which describes four different sugars, most of which are consumed in regular diets. As part of food intolerance symptoms, people will experience a number of issues, including gas, abdominal pain, bloated stomach, nausea, diarrhoea and constipation. See how a Low-FODMAP diet can help you and also don’t forget to take advantage of our 28 days follow up.

Know what you are eating

If you are struggling with food intolerance symptoms and are aiming to revolutionise your diet, then you may want to check out these tips from SIBO Survivor on what you can do to ensure you eat better when eating away from the house. This is because constantly experiencing a bloated stomach can be extremely frustrating and really knock on people’s mental health. Nobody wants to be that person that has to be fussy and constantly talk about their allergies but sometimes needs must.

Find out the cause of your Bloated Stomach

With intolerance tests and allergy tests, both Allergy Test and other doctors can easily find out which factor is the most likely cause of your bloated stomach and other symptoms, including diarrhoea and constipation. Once the actual cause of your food intolerance symptoms is pinpointed, physicians can determine the appropriate diet and other treatment measures that can help cure you. Don’t worry though, if food intolerance is identified, there are plenty of ways that this can be managed.

Find out more about your food intolerance test or allergy test by checking out our website right here

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How can you prevent winter allergies? /can-prevent-winter-allergies/ Wed, 05 Jun 2019 10:56:36 +0000 /?p=319967 Wow! Winter came around quickly didn’t it! That means we’ve now got to start looking out for allergy symptoms and tests in order to help us deal with winter allergies. Hang on… wait! Don’t allergies usually only happen in the Spring and the Summer? Nope. Allergies can be all year round, especially food allergies, and […]

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Wow! Winter came around quickly didn’t it! That means we’ve now got to start looking out for allergy symptoms and tests in order to help us deal with winter allergies. Hang on… wait! Don’t allergies usually only happen in the Spring and the Summer? Nope. Allergies can be all year round, especially food allergies, and it is very important that you are cautious in the colder months as well as the summer!

What are winter allergies?

What winter does mean is that the weather gets cooler and pollen counts begin to decline, as allergy and asthma sufferers around the country begin to decline. Allergy and asthma sufferers around the country will begin to relax, but the symptoms are not over yet! However, if you think that seasonal sniffles and runny eyes are simply just a result of winter colds then you will be wanting to think again! So, basically, what we are trying to say is that the end of summer does not necessarily mean the end of your specific symptoms.

What does the research say?

Well, the research states that dust mite levels can actually increase during the late Australia autumn, especially compared with summer levels. But, then the dust goes away over the winter… but it doesn’t mean that allergy sufferers will not come into contact with the dust allergens. To find out if you have dust allergies or are suffering from an intolerance to dust, then you need to order your intolerance test today. Continue below to read our action plan for the winter months.

Winter action plan

Clean more than you have ever cleaned before. This means vacuuming behind the beds more often and wiping down the skirting boards more than you usually would. It sounds simple but you will be surprised how many people do not do this when winter comes around. Wash the pillows and bedsheets thoroughly in hot water and leave your blankets outside once a week. Watch out for mould and air the house regularly. The next one is the hardest, and we understand your reservations when first reading this, but it is important:

Don’t get too cosy with your pets.

For more information on intolerance testing and coping with your allergies, log on to www.allergytestaustralia.com

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Food allergies and food safety /food-allergies-food-safety/ Thu, 30 May 2019 10:36:17 +0000 /?p=319793 If you have a food allergy, you have to take responsibility when it comes to handling your foods in the correct manner. Especially if you live in Australia, as Australia have some of the highest levels of food allergy and food intolerances in the world. The responsibilities of those who work at restaurants and often […]

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If you have a food allergy, you have to take responsibility when it comes to handling your foods in the correct manner. Especially if you live in Australia, as Australia have some of the highest levels of food allergy and food intolerances in the world. The responsibilities of those who work at restaurants and often host parties are important, as they have to cater to people with food allergy. Food allergies and should not be ignored and a person can not simply ‘defy’ a food allergy.

Allergy statistics

According to food safety, 1 in 20 children have a food allergy and 1 in 200 adults also have a food allergy. If you, yourself are not sure whether or not you have a food allergy then you can log on to our website and find out how you can get tested for allergies, especially with allergy season coming round. Nobody wants to experience swelling of the face, a skin rash or even anaphylaxis shock, so make sure you alleviate your symptoms today.

Symptoms of food allergies

Watch out for any of the following and if you recognise them then you need to make sure you do not have an allergy: nausea, vomiting, swelling of the lips, throat or mouth, itchy skin, skin rash, and anaphylaxis. The last one is the worst and must be taken incredibly seriously, so please make sure if you know someone with an allergy that you know what to do in the case of anaphylactic shock.

Common foods associated with food allergies

If any of the following is a common part of your diet, then you will need to watch out! Peanuts, milk and eggs are a major staple of the average person’s diet, but not everyone is aware that they have food allergies or intolerances. Shellfish, soybeans, sesame seeds and fish are also common allergens, so make sure you do not have an allergy or intolerance to any of these with an allergy test.

Find out more information about food allergies and food intolerances with Allergy Test Australia. You can be one step closer to a healthier and happier you with Allergy Test Australia.

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5 allergies which are all too common in Australia /allergens-common-fatigue-australia/ Wed, 22 May 2019 13:48:54 +0000 /?p=319508 Food allergies are becoming way too common, particularly in Australia, but there are ways that you can avoid them. It is important in many cases that an individual does avoid them as they can cause dangerous symptoms like fatigue, bloating and lethargy. With Australia, unfortunately, having one of the highest rates of allergies in the […]

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Food allergies are becoming way too common, particularly in Australia, but there are ways that you can avoid them. It is important in many cases that an individual does avoid them as they can cause dangerous symptoms like fatigue, bloating and lethargy.

With Australia, unfortunately, having one of the highest rates of allergies in the world, and according to research from a highly publicised survey. It has been estimated, that upon this research, food allergy is present in at least 1 in 10 infants across the country. There has also been an increase in the number of medications and foods that people have developed an allergy or intolerance to. Allergy Test Australia has worked hard to spread the word, and we are delighted to be able to offer possible solutions to those who are suffering from allergies and intolerances. Below, you can see the five allergies which we think you need to look out for across Australia:

1) Hayfever

There are some allergens and allergies that cause hayfever, and these are caused by the immune system producing antibodies to fight against substances which are normally considered to be harmless. Across Australia. there are so many triggers of hayfever, including house dust mites, pollens from grasses and even some weeds. Alongside a runny nose, allergies like hayfever and other food allergies are also considered to cause fatigue and many people order an allergy test because they are always feeling lethargic.

2) Nuts

Nuts are a common allergy. Some people have questioned whether allergies in Australia are becoming more common or whether or not it is now easier to diagnose them. The truth is both. In the case of food, more foods are being mixed and matched, meaning there is a higher chance that someone will consume a meal with food allergens inside them. People are reporting experiencing fatigue after eating a big meal or are stressed from work. but with cashew nuts, pistachio nuts, walnuts and peanuts (legumes) all being common food allergens, it is very important you figure out whether or not you have a food allergy. Don’t go nuts about your allergy, but make sure you do not have a nut allergy with Allergy Test Australia.

3) Egg, Milk, Soy and Wheat

It is well known that egg, milk, soy and wheat are common allergies and they often affect young children. But did you know that children grow out of allergies quite often, although this is not always the case, it can happen. This is of course of benefit, but to make sure, a food allergy test is often the cause. If your child is constantly feeling fatigued, a bloated stomach or won’t stop sneezing, then it is recommended that you try and identify whether or not you have an allergy. If you do have an allergy, then we recommend you consult your GP immediately.

4) Seafood

Unfortunately, seafood and nuts often are lifelong, like most allergies. They are hard for children to outgrow, leaving people suffering from fatigue after a big meal or a quick snack. Obviously, people will feel tired after work, but sometimes the tiredness is too much and is caused by foods. Make sure you or your child does not suffer an allergic reaction thanks to Allergy Test Australia. Avoid seafood and always look for alternatives.

5) Peanuts

We’ve covered peanuts which are one of the most common allergies. Previously, it has been recommended that people avoid the introduction of peanut and eggs into their diet and their children’s but this actually causes more hassle than it is worth. This misguided advice has led to people not exposing their children to peanuts and eggs, and this has possibly contributed to the high levels of allergies. However, it is important to note that this will not solely explain the rise in food allergies.

So, what else do you need to do? You can order your allergy test here

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Food recalls increasing due to allergies! /food-recalls-increasing-allergies-bloated-stomach/ Thu, 16 May 2019 09:46:46 +0000 /?p=319524 No one wants to suffer from a bloated stomach or from fatigue, but these symptoms occurring far too often in individuals thanks to food allergies. Back in March, Food Standards Australia New Zealand actually released information which outlined how much the number of foods being recalled due to allergy warnings had risen. But why is […]

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No one wants to suffer from a bloated stomach or from fatigue, but these symptoms occurring far too often in individuals thanks to food allergies. Back in March, Food Standards Australia New Zealand actually released information which outlined how much the number of foods being recalled due to allergy warnings had risen. But why is this happening? Due to the number of new foods and ingredients being introduced into the stores and cuisines, this is no surprise.

Processed Foods can be full of allergens

So, if you have tried a processed meal recently or have introduced something new into your diet, then the chances are you might discover that you have a food allergy. A food allergy test would be able to help you discover which items you are potentially allergic to, and could help you get one step ahead of irritating symptoms like fatigue and a bloated stomach. In the worst case scenario, someone might suffer from anaphylactic shock if they have not managed their symptoms well.

Allergies will continue to rise

With allergies on the rise, it is becoming more important than ever to identify your allergies and what is causing your bloated stomach. Before you go out to eat, you need to check ahead and make sure that all the restaurant’s food is homemade from scratch, so that you know for sure that there are no potential allergens which could cause your symptoms. But, how do people avoid exposure to allergens and how can we help the next generation cope better with their allergies and intolerances, as well as their symptoms.

Bloated stomach and food recalls

If you suspect that you have a food allergy or intolerance, or are desperate to see the end of your bloated stomach then Allergy Test Australia can help you to evaluate your diet. There are many ways that you can look forward to a happier and healthier life, you just need to look out for certain foods. Log on to www.allergytestaustralia.com today and see how we can help you.

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A bloated stomach is not the end of the world /a-bloated-stomach-is-not-end-world/ Fri, 10 May 2019 15:48:30 +0000 /?p=319193 Abdominal bloating, or a bloated stomach as it is also known can be an embarrassing symptom but is not usually painful. It can cause awkward situations and can be involved in someone having to loosen their clothes or lie down for an extended period of time. If your stomach becomes bloated every time you eat […]

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Abdominal bloating, or a bloated stomach as it is also known can be an embarrassing symptom but is not usually painful. It can cause awkward situations and can be involved in someone having to loosen their clothes or lie down for an extended period of time. If your stomach becomes bloated every time you eat a certain food then it is important that you get a food allergy test or an intolerance test. Could nuts be causing your bloated stomach?

What is a bloated stomach?

Bloating is a common complaint and is one of the more common symptoms that we are asked about here in Allergy Test Australia. Sometimes blamed on excess gas within an individual’s bowel, it can often be associated with abdominal distension, leading to clothing having to be loosened. Bloat can get people down, both physically and mentally. Relaxing the muscles unconsciously can often alleviate your symptoms and relieve discomfort. Disappearing and lying flat on your back can stop a bloated stomach, as well as an intolerance test or a food allergy test.

Avoiding eating bad foods

Avoiding eating foods which cause you pain is one of the more simple ways to avoid bloat, but you need a food allergy test to do this at first. Interestingly, according to Guts Charity, bloating may also be caused by rich, fatty meals which delay stomach emptying.

What’s the best diet to get rid of your bloat?

Did you know that a high fibre diet can cause a bloated stomach in some people, but it can actually relieve bloat in many individuals. The fibre in your diet absorbs water in the gut and gently distends it. So, our solution would be to take an allergy test or an intolerance test, depending on your symptoms, meaning you can find out which food items you need to remove from your diet. One piece of advice that Allergy Test sticks by is that you should remove fizzy drinks from your diet as they can cause a wide range of symptoms, leaving people with a bloated stomach and gassy in particular.

For more information on wanting an allergy test or managing your bloated stomach, you can log on to www.allergytestaustralia.com and order your testing kits today. Discover more about allergies and intolerances today. Our customer service operators will be delighted to assist you with any queries which you may have. 

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Make a change today with an Allergy Test /make-change-today-allergy-test/ Tue, 07 May 2019 13:31:16 +0000 /?p=319143 Allergies and intolerances occur all year round, but are you prepared to cope with your symptoms? You can discover the causes of your allergies, intolerances and food sensitivities by ordering one of our allergy tests today. With our home-to-lab intolerance and allergy tests, you can learn which food items are potentially causing your trouble. Allergy […]

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Allergies and intolerances occur all year round, but are you prepared to cope with your symptoms? You can discover the causes of your allergies, intolerances and food sensitivities by ordering one of our allergy tests today. With our home-to-lab intolerance and allergy tests, you can learn which food items are potentially causing your trouble. Allergy Test Australia has been able to develop market-leading health tests which have helped people all around the world. 

Spoilt for choice

Yep, once you have visited our website you are given a real variety of options to choose from when it comes to picking your intolerance or allergy test. Whether it be the Advanced or Family intolerance test, or the Choice 70 and Prime 110 allergy tests, all of these are able to give you an insight into your diet. We are also proud to offer intolerance tests for pets to our clients. When purchasing one of these, you can discover how your pet reacts to certain food items and what the possible cause of your symptoms are.

Understand your health and your body

Upon ordering your intolerance or allergy test, you can receive your results directly to your email address, allowing you to start making positive changes to your health. Our tests are also easy to use, as we have made our customer journey easy to follow. Having an understanding of your body is a wonderful feeling, but how do you know which test would be right for you? Our FAQ’s answer the majority of these questions, but here is a snippet of what you may find below:

Hair testing

Our tests are less invasive and considerably cheaper when compared to blood tests. With blood testing, your last meal can affect the results; however, with hair testing, the information is stored for a longer period and reflects a larger time frame.

Blood testing

Your sample instructions are found with your kit. However, click here to read instruction to help you with your blood spot testing. Please note though: Click on the Contact Us button on our website (open Monday to Friday, 24 hours a day (GMT), and we will arrange for new lancets and a new blood spot testing card to be sent out to you immediately. From here, this will cause a delay in your intolerance or allergy testing process so we recommend following the instructions carefully the first time you take your test.

Find out more about what an intolerance or allergy test entails right here. To order one, click here

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