Hey! We’re guessing you’ve either just received your intolerance testing results from Test Your Intolerance or you are considering allergy testing? Well, have you also heard of DNA testing which we can offer, either individually or as part of a bundle?! You can try intolerance testing, allergy testing or DNA testing all in one! WOW. But, let’s be serious, you probably know all about taking an intolerance test now and also how intolerance testing can help, but can DNA testing and allergy testing help? Yes! See below why we think that DNA testing would be perfect for you to go alongside allergy or intolerance testing.
Our friends at myDNA
Test Your Intolerance believe in creating a happier and healthier you, as we help all our customers and clients to get one step closer to health. That’s why we partnered up with myDNA, not to offer an alternative to allergy testing and intolerance testing, but to provide additional reports and information which will help you improve both your health and lifestyle. Our partners and experts believe that DNA based diets are easier to follow than others, as diets aren’t a ‘one size fits all’. This is particularly relevant if you are doing an elimination diet after an intolerance test, as you have had to rejig and revolutionise your diet. It’s also important to note that working with your DNA and having meal plans based on it means that you can create a sustainable long term healthy eating plan. Get happier and healthier with an intolerance test.
Not all diets work for the same person
Remember, and this is very important, everybody is unique. It is in our DNA. So, just because your friend, partner or even work colleague has experienced great success in their diet, it doesn’t mean that you will too. There are people who will have food allergies or intolerances for example or have had great success with a 5-2 diet or a minimal calorie diet, but this doesn’t mean you will. This is why it is important to find out your food intolerances, your food allergies, and also your DNA. With a personalised nutrition and fitness report, as well as a caffeine report, you can begin your journey to a happier and healthier you! Perhaps those who don’t have a variant of the FTO gene which means they are most likely to feel hungry and crave calorie dense food. Please note: *This is not backed up by evidence – merely providing an illustration of how DNA may influence diet choices.
Recommended diet types
All of myDNA’s recommended type types are derived from the World Health Organisation Guidelines and have been modified accordingly. This means that the company is able to recommend long term, sustainable eating plans that aren’t faddy and far easier to stick to over a prolonged period of time – which is the best way to lose weight and maintain weight loss.
Information on intolerance testing
For more information on intolerance testing, allergy testing or your own myDNA testing kit, please log on to www.testyourintolerance.com and purchase today!