Lots and lots of customers have got in touch with Test Your Intolerance to ask us whether or not they should take an allergy test or an intolerance test. The answer to both is yes, but why? Well, the number of allergies is increasing and more and more people are turning to allergy testing as they look to cope better with their intolerance and allergy symptoms, including: headaches, bloated stomach, nausea and migraines. So, what do we think about it? Check out all the latest news and advice below:
Allergy Testing is recommended due to popular opinion
Law firm Slater and Gordon surveyed a total of 1,000 allergy sufferers, and this revealed that more than half of allergy sufferers have had their lives put at risk by their food allergies. Dealing with allergies is no mean feat and has the potential to be catastrophic, but if you know what is causing your allergies then it is not the end of the world. People are mainly at risk due to contaminated foods from restaurants and takeaways, so make sure you get an allergy test and do your research on where you are going to eat. Don’t worry, you can discover your allergies and intolerances with our allergy testing processes here.
Have you been baffled by a skin reaction? Allergy testing and intolerance testing could help
In the news recently, it was revealed that a woman from Essex was left confused and baffled because she had an allergic reaction that included swelling all over her face. She became blotchy due to her food allergy, but because the symptoms subsided, she simply dismissed it. If you would like to discover what is causing your allergies or intolerances, then order an allergy test today, or if you think it might be an intolerance (which is not life-threatening, but uncomfortable) then order your test here.
An allergy test could actually make things cheaper
Free from food is becoming more expensive than ever, as companies are realising that food allergies and intolerances are on the rise, meaning there is more demand in the market. WIth a recent article suggesting that free from foods are costing more than 159% on average than someone’s normal foods. Intolerance testing could be exactly what you need in order to improve both your health and wellbeing, but also your lifestyle. Think better, eat better and live better with allergy testing.
For more information on allergy and intolerance testing, please log on to www.testyourintolerance.com where you can find out more about our tests and also what we can to do help.