Food Intolerance Test
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Food Intolerance Test
Are you tired of suffering from the uncomfortable symptoms of food intolerances, such as bloating, headaches, and digestive issues? Do you want to identify the foods that are causing your symptoms so that you can make informed dietary choices? If so, the Welzo food intolerance test may be right for you.
The Welzo food intolerance test is a simple, non-invasive way to identify any food intolerances that you may have. Using just a few strands of your hair, our team of experts will analyze your sample and provide you with a detailed report that identifies any foods that you are intolerant to.
- Test for over 975 items tested, including foods & non-food reactions, metals, nutrition, gut biome & digestive enzymes
- Your PDF report emailed to you detailing your results.
- Free 6-week food diary download.
- Guaranteed results or your money back
You will receive a PDF form upon placing an order via email. Please download this and send your sample back using the form provided.
- 975 items tested for
- Food sensitivities
- Mineral analysis
- Additives, colourings, sweeteners
- Food intolerances
- Vitamin A-K
- Digestion Analysis
- Environmental items
- Emulsifiers Tested
- Non-food sensitivities
- Free 6 weeks food diary
- Gut health
- Metal sensitivities
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Don’t just take our word for it
Food specific IgG
Immunoglobulin E is a type of antibody, which is produced by the body if exposed to an allergen. These proteins help the body fight bacteria and germs. The body produces these antibodies as a reaction to any harmless substance such as food. The symptoms of having an allergic reaction are varied and can be an irritation caused to the nose, throat or lungs or other signs. Allergic reactions could be mild or severe and in rare cases, they can also be life-threatening.
If the test indicates a high level of IgE antibodies, it is most likely that you are allergic to the substance that has been tested for.
Food items tested
Acai Berry Acetic acid Aji Pepper A-Lactalbumin Ale Almond Almond milk Aloe Amaranth Anchovy Aniseed Apple juice Apples (Cooked) Apricots Aquafaba Arrowroot Artichoke Asparagus Aubergine Avocado Bacon Banana Barley Barley grass Basil Bay Leaf Beans (broad) Beans (green) Beans, lima Beansprouts Beef Beef Jerky Beer Beets (beetroot) Bell Pepper (green) Bell Pepper (red) Bilberries Bilberries (Raw) Black Beans Black eyed peas Blackberries (Cooked) B-Lactoglobulin Blueberries Blueberry Boiled Milk Braeburn apple Brazil nut Bread – baguette Bread – Rye Bread, white bread Broccoli Brown bread Brussel Sprouts Buckwheat Bulgar wheat Butter Butter (salted) Butter lettuce Buttermilk Butternut Button Mushroom Cabbage – Green Cabbage – Red Cabbage – White Camomile Tea Canola oil Cantaloupe Capsicum (green) Capsicum (red) Capsicum (yellow) Carambola Star fruit Caraway Cardamom Carrot Cashew nut Cassava Cauliflower Cayenne Pepper Celery Champagne Cheddar Cherries Chestnut Chestnut Mushroom Chia seed Chicken Chicken, capon Chickpea Chicory Lettuce Chimichurri Sauce Chlorella Cilantro Cinnamon Clams Clove Cocoa Coconut Coconut milk Coconut oil Coconut Water Cod Cod liver oil Coffee (black) Coffee substitute made from barley Cola Common Mussel Condensed milk Condensed milk (sweet) Coriander Corn Cornflakes Cornflour Cornstarch Cow’s Milk Crab Cranberry juice Crayfish Cream Cream Cheese Cress Cucumber Cumin Currants (red & black) Dates Douban Jiang Dry Roasted Peanuts Duck E 100 Curcumin E 101 Riboflavin E 102 Tartrazine E 104 Quinoline yellow E 120 Cochineal, carminic acid, carmine E 122 Carmoisine E 123 Amaranth E 128 Rot 2 G E 132 Indigo Carmine E 133 Brilliant blue FCF E 140 Chlorophylls and chlorophyllins E 142 Green E 150 b Sulphite lye Caramel E 150 Caramel E 153 Vegetable carbon E 155 Brown E 160 a Carotene (mixed carotene, Beta-Carotene) E 160 Lycopene E 161 b Lutein E 162 Beetroot red (betanin) E 163 Anthocyanins E 170 Calcium carbonate E 171 Titanium dioxide E 173 Aluminium E 180 Lithol rubine E 200 Sorbic acid E 210 Benzoic acid E 211 Sodium benzoate, benzoic acid E 213 Calcium benzoate, benzoic acid E 261 Potassium acetate, salt of acetic acid E 270 Lactic acid E 296 Malic acid E 297 Fumaric acid E 301 Sodium L-ascorbate (Ascorbic acid) E 302 Calcium L-ascorbate (Ascorbic acid) E 310 Propyl gallate (Gallate) E 325 Sodium lactate (salts from lactic acid) E 326 Potassium lactate (salts from lactic acid) E 327 Calcium lactate (salts from lactic acid) E 330 Citric acid E 331 Monosodium citrate, Disodium, Trisodium. E 334 tartaric acid (L+), tartaric acid E 338 Orthophosphoric acid, Phosphoric acid E 352 Calcium malate E 355 Adipic acid E 380 Triammonium citrate (salts from citric acid) E 403 Ammonium alginate, Alginate E 404 Calcium alginate, Alginate E 405 Propylene glycol alginate, Alginate E 406 Agar E 412 Guar gum E 414 Gum arabic E 415 Xanthan gum E 422 Glycerine E 440 Pectin, amidated pectin E 452 Polyphosphate E 460 Cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose powder E 479 Thermo-oxidised soya oil E 620 Glutamic acid E 622 Monopotassium glutamate, Potassium glutamate E 901 Bees wax, white and yellow E 902 Candelilla wax E 903 Carnauba wax E 904 Shellac E 927 Carbanide E 941 Nitrogen E 950 Acesulfame K, Acesulfame E 951 Aspartame E 952 Cyclamate, Cyclohexane sulphamide acid E 953 Isomalt E 954 Saccharin E 965 Maltite, Maltite syrup E 966 Lactite E 967 Xylitol Earl Grey Tea Edamame beans Eel Egg Egg white Egg yolk Endive Escarole lettuce Evaporated milk Farro Fennel Fresh Fermented Black Beans Fig Fish (general, fresh water) Fish (general, salt water) Fish Sauce Five Spice Flaxseed Freekeh Fuji Apple Gala Apple Galia Melon Garlic Gin Ginger Gluten Goat Goat’s Milk Golden Delicious apple Goose Gooseberries Gooseberries (Chinese) Granary Bread Granny Smith apple Grapefruit (Yellow) Grapes (red) Grapes (white) Guava Halibut Hare Hazelnuts Hemp Milk Hemp seed Herring Herring (red) Honeydew melon Hops Horse Horse radish Iceberg lettuce Jasmine Tea Jazz apple Kale Kamut Kiwis Kohl Rabi Lactose Lager Lamb Lamb’s liver Leek Lemonade Lemons Lentils Lime Lobster Lychee Macadamia Nuts Mackerel Maize Maize flour Mango Marshmallow Tea Milk Milk (sour) Milk Chocolate Millet Mint (Fresh) Miso Monosodium Glutamate Mozzerella Mushrooms Mustard Mustard (green) Mutton Nectarines Noodles Nutmeg Nutritional yeast (Nooch) Oat milk Oats (porridge) Okra Olive Oil Olives (black) Olives (green) Onion Oolong tea Orange juice Oranges Ovaltine Ox liver Oyster Oyster Mushroom Oyster sauce Pak Choi Papaya Paprika Parmesan Parsley Passionfruit Peaches Peanut Oil Peanuts Pears Peas Peas (field) Pecan nuts Pepper (black) Peppermint oil Pig’s liver Pine Nut Pineapple Pineapple juice Pink Lady apple Pisco Plaice Plantain Plums, damsons Pomegranate juice Pomegranates Poppy Seed Pork Pork sausages Portobello Mushroom Potassium Potatoes Prawns Pringles Prosecco Prunes Pumpkin Pumpkin Seed Quince Quinoa Rabbit Radish Raisins Raspberries Red Kidney Bean Red Leicester Red Wine Rice – Brown Rice – white Rice milk Rice vinegar Rocket (Arugula) Roe-deer Romaine lettuce Rooibos tea Rosemary Rum Runner beans Rye Sage Sake Salmon Salt Sambuca Sardine Sesame Oil Sesame Seed Shaoxing Wine Sheep’s Milk Shellfish Shitake Mushroom Shrimp Smoked herring Sole Sour Cream Soy sauce Soya Soya Bean Spelt Spinach Spirulina Star Anise Stevia Stilton Strawberries Sunflower oil Swede Sweet Potato Sweetbreads Tahini Tamrind Tea (Black) Tea (green) Tequila Thyme Tomato Trout (Brown) Tuna Turkey Turkey, hen Turmeric Turnip Veal Venison Vermouth Vinegar (clear) Vinegar (malt) Vodka Walnuts Wasabi Water Chestnuts Watercress A salad leaf Watermelon Wheat Wheat flour Wheat, ground Wheat, whole grain Wheatgrass Whisky White bean White pepper White tea White wine Whitefish Winkles Yams Yeast Yerba mate tea
Acidophillus Adenine Allium Alpha Lipoic Acid Anthocyanidins Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) Beta-Carotene Betaine Bio-flavonoids Biotin Bromelain Calcium Carotenoids Choline Chromium Citrus bio-flavonoids Copper Co-Q-10 Creatine Cystine Docosahexaenoic acid Eicosapentaenoic acid Ellagic acid Fibre Flavonoids Folate Folic acid Formic acid Gallic acid Genistein Germanium Glutamine Glutathione Iodine Iron Iso-Flavonoids Lactic acid L-Carnitine lecithin Lignans Lutein Lycopene Magnesium Mallic acid Manganese Melatonin Methionine Molybdenum Niacin Nicotinic acid Nucleic acid Omega 3 Omega 6 Oxalic acid Pantothenic acids Phosphorus Phytosterols Polyphenols flaxseed. Potassium Pro-anthocyanidins Pyridoxine Salicylic acid Saponins Selenium Silica Sodium Sulforaphane Tannins Tartaric acid Taurine Threonine Tryptophane Uric acid Vitamin A Vitamin A1 (Riboflavin) Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Vitamin B5 Vitamin B6 Vitamin C Vitamin D Vitamin D2 Vitamin D3 Vitamin F Vitamin H (Biotin) Vitamin K Vitamin K2 Vitamin P Vitamin. B1
- Follicle Stimulating Hormone
- Luteinizing Hormone
- Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
- Thyroxine (T4)
- Triiodothyronine (T3)
Non-food items tested
Alder (Alnus glutinosa) Ampicilloyl Anisakis Apple Tree Artemisia Salina Ascaris Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) Aspen (Populus tremula) Aspergillus Fumigatus Aspergillus Niger Aster Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Bee Beech (Fagus silvatica) Bermuda grass Birch Blackberry bush Buckwheat Buttercup (Ranunculus spp.) Calluna Canaries Cats Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Cherry tree Chile Pine (Monkey Puzzle) Chrysanthemum (C. morifolium) Clover (Triofolium spp.) Colonial bent grass (Agrostis tenuis) Cotton Currant bush Dahlia (Dahlia hybrida) Dandelion (Taraxum duplidens) Deer Epithelium Dogs Rye Scotch heather (Calluna vulgaris) Sheep’s wool Spelt Spruce (Picea abies) Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) Storage Mite Strawberry Tall oat grass Wild oat (Avena fatua) Willow Wool Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) Duck Duck feathers Duck, wild Dust E 999 Quillaja extract Foaming agent Elder (Sambucus nigra) Elm (Ulmus glabra) European beech European lime (Tilia europea) False acacia (Robinia pseudacacia) Fireweed/Great willow herb (Epilobium angustifolium) Fox Epithelium Glaskraut (Parietaria judaica) Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea) Goose feathers Guinea pigs Hamsters Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.) Hazel (Corylus avellana) Hop (Humulus lupulus) Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) Horse Bot Fly Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) Horses House Dust Mite Hyacinth (Endymion non scriptus) Jacaranda Tree Japanese Cedar Japanese Millet Jasmine (Philadelphus spp.) Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides) (Arrhenaterium elatius) Tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) Timothy grass (Phleum pratense) Tulip Velvet Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) Walnut tree Wasp Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Larch Latex Leather Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) Linden Tree Lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus) Lycra Mangrove Marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare) Melde (Artiplex spp.) Mice Misteltoe Mosquito Moth Mouse Urine Proteins Mulberry Narcissus (Narcissus spp.) New Belgian Aster Nylon Oak (Quercus robur) Oats (Avena sativa) Parrot Feathers Peanut plant Pear tree Penicillioyl Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) Pigeon Droppings Pigeons Pigweed (Chenopodium album) Pine (Pinus spp.) Pine, Scottish (Pinus sylvestris) Plane tree (Platanus acerifolia) Poplar (Populus spp.) Primrose (Primulus) Rabbits Ragweed (Ambrosia elatior) Rape (Brassica napus) Rats Rose (Rosa spp.) Rubber Rubber Tree
Metals tested for
Actinium (Ac) Aluminium Aluminium (Al) Antimony Argon (A) Arsenic (As) Barium (Ba) Beryllium Bismuth Boron (Bo) Bromine (Br) Cadmium Calcium (C) Carbon (Cc) Cerium (Ce) Chlorine Chromium (Cr) Uranium (U) Vanadium (V) Xenon (Xe) Zeaxanthin Zinc Zinc (Zn) Zirconium (Zr) Cobalt (Co) Copper Copper (Cu) Dysprosium (Dy) Erbium (Er) Europium (Eu) Fluorine (F) Gold Gold (Au) Helium (He) Hydrogen (H) Iodine (Ie) Iridium (Ir) Iron (Ferrous) (Fe) Krypton (Kr) Lead (Pb) Lithium (Li) Strontium (Sr) Sulphur (S) Tin (from canned food) Tin (Sn) Titanium (Ti) Tungsten (W) Magnesium (Mg) Manganese (Mn) Mercury (Hg) Molybdenum (Mo) Neon (Ne) Nickel (Ni) Nitrogen (N) Palladium (Pd) Phosphorus (P) Platinum (Pt) Plutonium (Pu) Potassium (K) Radium (Ra) Radon (Rn) Rhodium (Rh) Selenium (Se) Silicon (Si) Silver Sodium (Na)
Gut biome tests
- Lactobaccillus Acidophilus
- Bifidobacterium Bifidum
- Bacillus Coagulans
- Lactobacillus Reuteri
- Escherichia Coli
- Acidophilus bifidus
- Streptococcus Thermophilus
- Streptococcus Faecium
Digestive Health & Metabolism Analysis
- Hydrochloric Acid
- Bile salts
- Trypsin & Chymotrypsin
Have you been feeling any of these symptoms lately?
The Food Intolerance blood test is suitable for individuals experiencing one or more of the following symptoms:
1. Mouth itching
2. Swelling of the face or mouth
3. Difficulty breathing
4. Visible red rashes on the skin or irritation of the skin
5. severe reactions to food such as tightening of the chest, difficulty in speaking or dizziness
If you suspect that you may be intolerant to certain foods, you may want to consider getting a food intolerance test. These tests can help you determine which foods your body has difficulty digesting or absorbing.
Home Food Intolerance Test
There are several different types of food intolerance tests. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to choose the right one for you. One type of test is called an elimination diet. This involves removing all potential allergens from your diet for a period of time and then slowly reintroducing them one at a time. This can be a very effective way to identify food intolerances, but it can be difficult to stick to such a strict diet. Another option is a skin prick test. This test is performed by pricking the skin with a needle that has been dipped in a solution containing a potential allergen. If you are allergic to that food, you will have a reaction on the spot where the needle was inserted. This test is relatively easy to perform and can be used to detect food allergies and intolerances.
A blood test is another option for determining food intolerance. This test measures the amount of IgG antibodies in your blood. IgG antibodies are produced in response to foods that your body perceives as being harmful. A high level of IgG antibodies may indicate that you are intolerant to that food.Finally, there is the hydrogen breath test. This test measures the amount of hydrogen gas in your breath. Hydrogen gas is produced when your body breaks down certain carbohydrates. A high level of hydrogen gas in your breath may indicate that you are intolerant to those carbohydrates.
No matter which test you choose, it is important to work with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret the results. They can help you determine whether or not you have a food intolerance and make dietary changes accordingly. With the right diagnosis and treatment, you can minimize the symptoms of food intolerance and live a healthier life.
Food intolerance is a condition that affects people's digestive systems. It occurs when the body has difficulty digesting certain foods, causing uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, gas, and diarrhoea. While food intolerance is not as serious as food allergies, it can still be very unpleasant and make it difficult to eat certain foods.
There are several different types of food intolerance, including lactose intolerance, gluten sensitivity, and fructose malabsorption. Lactose intolerance is the most common type, and occurs when people have difficulty digesting lactose, a sugar found in milk and other dairy products. Gluten sensitivity is a condition that affects the digestive system and causes uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, gas, and diarrhoea after eating foods containing gluten. Fructose malabsorption is a condition that occurs when people have difficulty digesting fructose, a sugar found in fruits and vegetables.
If you think you may have a food intolerance, talk to your doctor. There are several tests that can be done to determine which foods you are intolerant to. Once you know which foods to avoid, it will be easier to manage your symptoms. There are also several different types of dietary supplements that can help ease the symptoms of food intolerance. Talk to your doctor or a nutritionist about which supplements may be right for you.
Why take a test?
The Food Intolerance test will detect if you have any allergy to common food items such as tea, coffee, cow milk, pork, egg white, egg yolk, almond, wheat, gluten, oat and more specific food. Specific food items include Beef, pork, chicken, lamb, egg whites, egg yolk, cod, salmon, shrimp, crab, cow’s milk, casein, Spelt, wheat, rye, oats, rice, potato, Hazelnut, peanut, almond, soya, walnut, mustard, apple, orange, strawberry, kiwi, peach, banana, tomato, carrot, celery, onion, gluten, coffee, sesame, pepper (black), baker’s yeast, etc.
How to take your home hair test
Order your test
Order your home intolerance test. You will recieve a unique order number via email that can be used to download your return form.
Take a hair sample
Download your return form PDF sent to you via email. Take 5 - 7 strands of hair and place them in a sealable bag/envelope. Then return your sample to our lab for analysis.
Results within 3 - 5 days
Recieve your results via email in 3 to 5 working days. This will include a detailed report on active changes you can make to optimise your lifestyle.
Experts Opinion on Food Intolerance Tests
"Allergies can have a lot of impact on people. This panel will give you an idea of any specific foods causing allergies and you can therefore adjust your diet accordingly to minimise your risk of getting allergies."
Understanding the Welzo Intolerance Tests
Watch this video to understand how intolerance tests work and how to collect your sample.
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What is Welzo?
Welzo is a home intolerance and health testing company that analyzes a small sample of your hair to identify any food intolerances you may have.
How does the Welzo intolernace test work?
To take the test, you'll need to download a PDF form from our website, attach a few strands of your hair to the form in a sealable bag, and send it to our lab for analysis. Results are issued in 3-5 working days.
What kind of intolerances does Welzo test for?
Welzo tests for a wide range of food intolerances, including lactose, gluten, and other common food allergens.
Can Welzo's test be trusted?
Yes, Welzo's test is reliable and accurate. Our lab is staffed by highly trained technicians who use the latest testing methods to analyze your hair sample.
How will I receive my results?
Once your hair sample has been analyzed, we'll send you a report detailing any food intolerances that we've identified. This report will be sent to you via email.
What should I do if I receive a positive result for a food intolerance?
If you receive a positive result for a food intolerance, we recommend that you speak to your doctor or a registered dietitian to develop a plan to manage your symptoms.