This most comprehensive wellness test is designed to check sensitivity to 240 foods and 48 airborne allergens to help those looking for answers.
Using few drops of blood with a finger prick, the test will check IgG sensitivity to foods such as dairy, nuts, seeds, vegetables, fruits, seafood, meat, poultry, legumes, grains, and spices.
It will also test for airborne irritants and pollen from trees, weeds, grasses, molds, dust-mites, cat & dog dander, cockroaches, and latex.
Our At-Home Food+Inhalants IgG Sensitivity Test is easy, fast, reliable, and requires just a few steps:
Receive The Kit And Collect Sample At Home.
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Unlike an allergy test, a sensitivity test measures the body's subtle response through IgG antibodies to common ingredients in the food and airborne particles. These are the items that may not be making you sick but cause discomfort when ingested or inhaled. The Food + Inhalants sensitivity test includes most of the commonly found ingredients in American diet and the air surrounding us.
Once you find out that your body is producing immunoglobulin G (IgG) protein antibodies in response to certain items, you can reduce or eliminate those items. The sensitivity is measured on scale of 0 to 4 (zero means no sensitivity and 4 means high sensitivity).
Common symptoms of sensitivity include bloating, unease, nausea, headache, mood swing, fatigue, red eyes or sneezing. Common examples include lactose intolerance when people feel bloated after consuming milk or constant sneezing from grass pollen.
Testing for sensitivity can help improve quality of life by eliminating or rotating those items on a regular basis. The simplicity of test is that once your results are received, you can eliminate suspect items to confirm how they have been affecting you.
The test will measure following 240 foods and 48 inhalants (items in italics are also part of our basic food sensitivity test; underlined foods are newly added):
Dairy: blue-Lactoglobulin, Blue Cheese, Buttermilk, Casein, Cheddar Cheese, Cottage Cheese, Cow’s Milk, Cream Cheese, Goat’s Milk, Mozzarella Cheese, Sheep’s Milk, Swiss Cheese, Whey, Yogurt.
Legumes: Adzuki Bean/Red Bean, Black Eyed Pea, Chick Pea, Fava Bean, Green Bean, Green Pea, Kidney Bean, Lentil, Lima Bean, Mung Bean, Navy Bean/White Bean, Pinto Bean, Soybean.
Eggs: Chicken Egg White, Chicken Egg Yolk, Duck Egg Whole.
Nuts and Seeds: Almond, Brazil Nut, Canola Seed, Caraway Seed, Cashew Nut, Chestnut, Chia Seed, Coconut, Cola Nut/Kola Nut, Fenugreek Seed, Gingko Nut, Hazelnut, Macadamia Nut, Peanut, Pecan, Pine Nut, Pistachio Nut, Poppy Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Quinoa, Safflower Seed, Walnut.
Fruits: Apple, Apricot, Banana, Black/Red Currant, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cantaloupe, Cherry, Cranberry, Date, Elderberry, Fig, Gogiberry/Goji Berry, Gooseberry, Grape, Grapefruit, Guava, Honeydew, Jackfruit, Kiwi, Kumquat/Cumquat, Lemon, Lime, Lychee/Litchi, Mango, Mangosteen, Monk Fruit, Mulberry, Olive, Orange, Papaya, Peach, Pear, Persimmon, Pineapple, Plum, Pomegranate, Prune, Raspberry, Strawberry, Tangerine, Watermelon.
Vegetables: Arrowroot, Artichoke, Asparagus, Avocado, Bamboo Shoot, Beet, Broccoli/Brussels Sprout, Burdock Root, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery, Chard, Chive, Cucumber, Eggplant, Endive, Garlic, Green Bell Pepper, Horseradish, Kale, Kelp, Kohlrabi, Leek, Lettuce, Lotus Root, Okra, Onion, Pumpkin, Radish/Daikon, Rhubarb, Spinach, Squash, Sweet Potato, Turnip, Tomato, Wasabi, White Potato, Zucchini Squash.
Miscellaneous: Aloe Vera, Baker’s/Brewer’s Yeast, Black Tea, Button Mushroom, Cane Sugar, Cocoa Bean (Chocolate), Coffee Bean, Flaxseed, Ginseng, Green Tea, Hemp, Honey, Hops, Sesame Seed, Shiitake Mushroom, Stevia, Sugar/Maple, Sunflower Seed.
Candida Screen: Candida Albicans.
Herbs and Spices: Allspice, Anise, Basil, Bay Leaf, Black Pepper, Chili Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Curry Power, Dill, Fennel Seed, Ginger, Licorice, Mustard, Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Sweet Marjoram, Tarragon, Thyme, Turmeric, Vanilla, Yerba Mate.
Grains: Amaranth, Barley, Bran, Brown Rice, Buckwheat, Corn, Gliadin, Gluten, Malt, Millet, Oat, Rye, Sorghum, Spelt, Teff, Wheat, Wheat Germ Agglutinin (Lectin), White Rice.
Meat and Poultry: Beef, Buffalo, Chicken, Duck, Goose, Lamb, Pork, Rabbit, Turkey, Venison.
Fish, Crustacea and Mollusk: Anchovy, Bass, Carp, Catfish, Clam, Cod, Crab, Crayfish, Eel, Flounder, Haddock, Halibut, Herring, Lobster, Mackerel, Mussel, Octopus, Oyster, Perch, Pike, Red Snapper, Salmon, Sardine, Scallop, Sea Urchin, Shrimp, Sole, Squid, Swordfish, Tilapia, Trout, Tuna.
Trees: Acacia, American Beech, American Elm, American Hazelnut, Box Elder, Cottonwood, European White Birch, Grey Alder, Hickory, Italian Cypress, Mesquite, Mountain Cedar (Juniper), Pecan, Walnut, White Ash, White Mulberry, White Oak, White Pine.
Indoor: Cat Dander, Dermatophagoides Farina, Dermatophagoides Pteronyssinus, Dog Dander, German Cockroach, Latex.
Weeds: Cocklebur, Common Ragweed, English Plantain, Firebush, Lamb's Quarters, Mugwort, Nettle, Pigweed, Rough Marshelder, Russian Thistle, Sheep Sorrel, Wormwood.
Grasses: Bermuda Grass, Brome Grass, Johnson Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Perennial Rye Grass, Sweet Vernal Grass, Timothy Grass.
Molds: Alternaria Tenuis/ Alternata, Aspergillus Fumigatus, Cladosporium Herbarum, Penicillium Notatum.
The easiest low-cost way to get tested is from the convenience of your home. Simply order a kit, collect the sample at home, ship it for free to our world class CLIA-certified labs, and find out your results within few days.
For a detailed reference on food sensitivity, please read more here.
A:Except New York and New Jersey this test is available in all 48 states. State regulations in NY, NJ do not allow us to ship the tests to their residents.
A: The kit contains a blood card to collect few drops of blood, a pair of lancets for finger-pricking, instructions on how to collect the sample, and a form requesting basic information including date and time of collection. The directions are straight forward and easy to follow.
A: You will receive the kit within 3-5 business days with a prepaid return envelope. After you ship the sample and it is received by our lab, you get the results within 5-7 business days.
A: The report with your test results will be easy to understand and will have all the necessary details. It will list all the food items you are tested for and the corresponding sensitivity levels on a scale of 0 to 4. Zero means minimal or no sensitivity and four means high sensitivity. You can download a sample report by clicking on 'Get Sample Report' on top of this page.
A: You can use HSA (or FSA/MSA/HRA) accounts to pay for the tests since these are prescription tests (for further confirmation, please check the IRS publication#969). However, please ensure you are not going outside your specified max and min deductible limits. We do not have the capability to process the insurance claim. Insurance plans vary by individuals, therefore we can not guarantee your HSA payment will always be processed by your plan. Please talk to your insurance provider if you have any further concerns.
A: The reliability of the food and inhalants sensitivity test is straight forward to confirm. Once you find out what you are sensitive to, eliminate or rotate those items from your diet to confirm the results. Instead of avoiding all possible food or inhalants items one by one, a sensitivity test makes it easier to focus on few key ingredients based on the test results.
For testing your samples, we have partnered with CLIA-certified labs that are used by physicians across the US. These labs are regulated by the states, as well as Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Additionally, the College of American Pathologists (CAP) requires inter-laboratory tests to ensure the ranges established by each lab do not drift or are not out of acceptable ranges. This is done by regularly testing reference samples between different labs. Finally, the labs test thousands of sample for different age groups and health conditions, and have well established reference data to compare your results against this large pool.
Our at-home food+inhalants test kit can help understand your body's response to large number of food and airborne irritants.
The test can help you find the root cause of dietary and inhalants problems.
Even if you find you are not sensitive to the suspected items, it helps to get this part out of discussion in order to find the actual problem.
The test provides a full range of your sensitivity levels on a scale of 0 to 4. Even if you are sensitive to certain items, it allows you to rotate those items in order to get a balanced diet or avoid certain surroundings.
Better health results in better quality of life, and a single test from RxHomeTest.com can offer not only insight into various health related symptoms, but can also serve as a motivation to treat each of these symptoms and have a better quality of life!
7 reasons to order at-home food sensitivity test kit from RxHomeTest.com:
No lab visits or doctor appointments
Dry blood spot sample that's valid for 30 days (needs just few drops with a finger prick)
World class CLIA-certified labs
Includes a doctor's prescription
Simple, secure, and confidential reports
Free shipping within US
Qualifies for payment using HSA/FSA
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