Understand how allergies and intolerances could be affecting your life with our home to lab range of Allergy and Food intolerance tests. Comprehensive, validated results sent to your email and our Healthy Stuff app. We offer special discounts when purchasing our couples (x2) and family (x4) test options!
Understand how allergies and intolerances could be affecting your life with our home to lab range of Allergy and Food intolerance tests.
Comprehensive, validated results sent to your email and our healthy stuff app.
We offer special discounts when purchasing our couples (x2) and family (x4) test options!
Receive your testing kit in the mail
Take a pain-free finger-prick blood sample
Mail your testing kit back to our lab
Receive results via email and our app within 7 days
Our tests were voted 2023 best for ‘Mystery Allergies’ by Verywell Health!
What's in an Allergy Test Kit? How do you take a sample? How quick are the results?
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An allergy is an immune system response. It is caused when the body mistakes a protein for a harmful substance and creates a defense system (antibodies) to fight it.
Allergic reactions are immediate reactions, and they can be life-threatening in some cases.
An intolerance is a non-immune system response. Symptoms of intolerance usually occur several hours after exposure to a trigger, whereas an allergy can result in an immediate reaction.
Often people need to be exposed to more significant amounts of food types to trigger an intolerance, unlike an allergy. Food intolerance is not life-threatening.
Find out more about the differences between allergies and intolerances.
We have IgE ELISA food and non-food allergy testing. IgE antibodies are involved in Type I allergies and can cause rapid type immune reactions, with symptoms occurring within a few minutes up to two hours after eating a specific food.
Read more about IgE testing science.
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We have Intolerance (IgG4) ELISA testing because we are investigating delayed symptoms that could be associated with food intolerances.
Read more about IgG4 testing science.
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1. Receive your testing kit in the post.
2. Clean your finger and use the finger prick to take your sample
3. Fill the blood spot card with your sample.
4. Send your sample to our labs for testing.
Read more about how to take your blood sample.
We provide you with easy-to-use lancets designed to give you a tiny prick on the finger to start the blood flow.
It’s precisely the same as a pinprick and, if administered correctly following our provided instructions and tips, will not hurt.
While we allow children from the age of 2 and above for blood allergy and intolerance testing.
There is evidence that allergies are not fully developed until the age of 7. Please check with a medical professional before purchasing.
There are a few types of medication that may stop your test from being accurate.
Immune suppressant medications can also affect the results of the testing. We advise that you check with our team before testing regarding medications.
Antihistamines have been shown to affect results; we advise stopping antihistamine use for 3-5 days before taking your sample.
However, we would recommend seeking advice from a medical professional before changing any medication.