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What is IgG Food Intolerance Testing?

If you’re looking to get food intolerance testing, chances are you’ll have come across a few different methods by now. One way you may have come across is ‘IgG testing’. Sounds official, but what is it? Today we’ll unveil the mystery and explain IgG food intolerance...

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7 Recycling Tips to reduce your carbon footprint

We’re always hearing how we should all be putting more effort into recycling. But it can be tough to know where to start, or how to improve our recycling. Because at Test Your Intolerance we're dedicated to improving peoples' health and living conditions, we’ve put...

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How to Get Testing for Food Allergies?

Testing for food allergies is becoming more prevalent throughout the west. With research indicating it could be caused by a lack of exposure to allergens early enough in childhood. Reactions can be nasty and even life-threatening, which means that testing is more...

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Can Allergy Testing Help Eczema?

It may surprise you to hear that there’s a connection between eczema and allergies. The two may seem like two completely different issues, but there is a solid connection between them. This has prompted experts to wonder if allergy testing could help those suffering...

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Do I Have Seasonal Allergies or a Cold?

Are you wondering if your recent sniffles are the result of seasonal allergies? If the drop in temperature has left you feeling under the weather, seasonal allergies could be the culprit. We’re all aware of the springtime allergies than many are afflicted with come...

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How to identify Caffeine Intolerance

There aren’t many people who can get through their mornings without some form of a caffeine-infused drink. Whether your vice is coffee, tea or energy drinks, we’re all fans of the magical effect of caffeine. But for this intolerant to caffeine, it’s a different story....

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