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Nuts & Soya Products Test
Nuts and Soy are the two most common types of food people have intolerances to. They are found in numerous products and widely available. This test is for those who believe they may suffer from an intolerance to nuts or soya.
8 tests included
5 working days turnaround
Test kits will be sent out within 3 working days from receipt of payment
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Why take this test?
You want a thorough check that covers common everyday nuts & soya
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
Soy allergies are quite common as it is so readily available and also a hidden ingredient in so many foods that we buy from the supermarket. Allergic reactions to soy can affect the skin, gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tracts and even the cardiovascular system. Another very common allergy is nut allergies, and more precisely peanut allergies. Most people do not actually have an allergy (this is much more severe), but they have an intolerance. Some of the symptoms of having a possible nut allergy range from the appearance of raised red bumps on the skin (hives), Itchy rash, tightening of the throat, digestive issues (vomiting, cramps etc.). Although peanuts are the most common type of nut to which people are allergic, we test for a range of different nuts, including pistachios, hazelnuts, coconut, almonds and more. If you suspect that you may suffer from an intolerance to Nuts or Soy, it is advised that you refrain from consuming anything that contains these ingredients until you have confirmed whether you are able to have it.
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.