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Many people are considering a test for food intolerances or have already ordered one and are trying to understand their results. Well, we believe it is so important that you are able to identify your intolerances and allergies as they could be affecting the way you live your life. Scroll on down to see why we test for food intolerance and what the process is when identifying your intolerances. 

Why do we test for IgG4 levels?

When testing for IgG4 over IgG1, it is a massive advantage for Test Your Intolerance because IgG4 testing leads to a fewer number of false-positives. This allows us to deliver much more experienced and targeted results. If you are experiencing symptoms like a bloated stomach, a headache, a runny nose or even a skin rash then a test for food intolerance could be perfect for you.

What is involved in a test for food intolerance?

Of the four subclasses of IgG: IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, IgG4, the most commonly tested are IgG1 and IgG4. If you pick up an elite blood intolerance test from Test Your Intolerance then our expert lab technicians will test your IgG4 levels. This could be the first step on your journey to becoming a happier and healthier you. With 2019 just starting, you will want to evaluate your diet and jig it around to make sure that you can live your work and social life in peace. If your new year’s resolution is to eat healthier and exercise more, then knowing what foods are causing you pain is the best way to start.

The causes of a food intolerance

A lot of people do not realise that they have a food intolerance and it takes a test for food intolerance to figure out that they do. Another thing is that a lot of people are not aware of how they have developed a food intolerance. Intolerances can be developed and caused by overindulgence on a certain item. So sit back and have a think, do you get a bloated stomach every time you eat your favourite food? If you do, you may have eaten too much of that item (sobs!).

Want to identify your food intolerances? Order your very own test for food intolerance here and begin your new journey in 2019!

Happy New Year from all of us at Test Your Intolerance!

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