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Wheat, Gluten & Grains Test
Many common foods are made with wheat, including bread, pasta, cracker, cookies, cakes, pastries, cereals and some types of flour. Symptoms often appear immediately upon ingestion, but can sometimes take from a minute to days to manifest.
14 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 wheat & grains
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
Abstaining from wheat consumption is probably the easiest way of treating a wheat allergy, but this is not always so simple. Wheat is a hidden ingredient in many foods, such as bread, cereals, even some ice creams and soy sauce. In order to try and minimise the chances of having a reaction to wheat, it is important to ensure that the ingredients of food are always thoroughly checked. Sometimes common allergens like wheat are linked to celiac disease, although this is not accurate. A wheat allergy occurs when the body produces antibodies as a response to certain proteins found in wheat, in the case of celiac disease, the trigger protein is gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, oats, barley and rye. If you notice skin flare ups, problems with digestion, hives, etc. then taking the wheat and gluten intolerance test is the best thing for you.
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.