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Milk & Dairy Products Test
Many people who have wheat and dairy intolerances suffer from abdominal pain, diarrhea, psoriasis, etc. This test will tell you exactly which types of dairy your body cannot tolerate, or whether you have an intolerance at all.
over 15 tests included
5 working days turnaround
Test kits will be sent out within 3 working days from receipt of payment
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Save with our couples (2 people) or family Test (4 people)
Couples (2 people)
Family (4 people)
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Why take this test?
You want a thorough check that covers common everyday dairy foods
You want to check your intolerance levels
You want to see how your eating habits may be affecting your health and lifestyle
You want an easy and convenient way to check the main food risks that may be affecting you
The Dairy Test covers more than 15 items from Dairy Food Panels.
This test will not only identify dairy as a whole, but also specific dairy items, such as different types of cheese and milk, cow’s milk, goats milk, yoghurt, etc. With dairy intolerances being so common, (as dairy products are becoming more and more heavily processed), it is therefore important to check whether you may suffer from an intolerance, given that it is such a staple part of our diets.
Dairy or Milk intolerances are often confused with having a lactose intolerance. They are actually two separate types of allergens. People who have an intolerance to dairy suffer from a number of symptoms, this includes, hives, an upset stomach, vomiting, bloody stools, severe rashes etc. People have these symptoms, because their body acts as though the proteins in the dairy are invaders, thus proceeding to attack these proteins with antibodies. This immune response causes the symptoms to occur, and a lot of the time people will conclude that they have a lactose intolerance, when really it is a dairy intolerance that has far more dangerous symptoms.
What is Tested?
Please ensure your finger prick blood sample is taken at least 2 hours after any food or drink intake (except water). If you are taking any prescription medication, please take your finger prick blood sample at least 3 hours after consuming your medication.