The 90 foods being tested cover all the main foods much as meat, dairy, fish, nuts, fruits, vegetables, tea, coffee etc. Your report will detail the level of severity and what you need to avoid in order to try and reduce the intolerance.
Elisa 90 Food Intolerance Laboratory Test – POSTAL PACK
There will be an additional charge of £70.00 to complete the test.
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This intolerance test kit will look for up to 90 different foods and has been especially formulated for home use. The test system used is called Elisa. You will be provided with everything you need to carry out the test including full instructions.
There is an additional fee of ONLY £70.00 to pay when the samples are returned to us. Payment can be made by Bank Transfer, Credit/Debit Card, Paypal or Postal Order. This will be fully explained within the instructions that you will be sent as part of the postal pack.
The test procedure is very simple – just use the included lancet to take a finger prick blood sample and add this to the special absorbent pad. You then return the sample with your completed questionnaire to us in the pre-paid envelope.* Please note that the blood sample will remain viable for testing for approximately 12-14 days so please send the sample back to us as soon as possible after it is obtained. For overseas customers, please ensure you send the sample back using an expedited service so that we receive it within a maximum of 7 days of the sample being obtained. Once received, your sample is then analysed by a specialist laboratory in Switzerland that will identify those foods that react and cause an intolerance.
Is this test suitable for everyone?
It is advised that you shouldn’t take the test if any of the following apply:
Furthermore, since Intolerance is dose-related, it is recommended, in the days before the examination, not to change the normal diet habit as it could be detected intolerance to a specific food and / or additive due to the excessive consumption of such food which is only occasionally eaten.
When will I get my results?
A full detailed report will be sent to you approximately 5-7 business days after receipt of your blood sample. The foods causing an intolerance will be identified at three different degrees of intolerance (low or 1st degree, medium or 2nd degree, severe or 3rd degree). A typical result would be to identify the food that causes the problem and then advise what action should be taken. For example, a severe or 3rd degree level of intolerance it would be recommended that you do not eat that food for three months and then to slowly re-introduce that food eating it just once in each of the next 2 weeks of the fourth month and then once a week for the fifth month and by the 6 month you should be able to eat that food item normally. The 90 foodstuffs tested cover all the main foods including meat, dairy, fish, nuts, fruits, vegetables, tea, coffee etc.
This Elisa food intolerance test offers a greater number of foodstuffs up to 90 in total listed below:
|Berries mix||Kiwi||Sheep’s milk|
|Brewer’s yeast||Kola nut||Sole|
|Cephalopods mix||Marjoram||Sweet pepper|
*Please note that the pre-paid envelope is only supplied to UK customers. If you are located outside the UK you will need to pay to return the pack to us.
What if I have any questions?
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The test procedure is very simple – just use the included lancet to take a finger prick blood sample and add this to the special absorbent pad. You then return the sample with your completed questionnaire and payment form to us in the pre-paid envelope*.
Please note that the blood sample will remain viable for testing for approximately 12-14 days so please send the sample back to us as soon as possible after it is obtained.
For overseas customers, please ensure you send the sample back using an expedited service so that we receive it within a maximum of 7 days of the sample being obtained. Once received, your sample is then analysed by a specialist laboratory in Switzerland that will identify those foods that react and cause an intolerance.
For full instructions on how to use these tests click here.
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