No one has time for a trial-and-error series of food eliminations. Get back to eating what makes you feel good, by knowing what your body responds well to! These food sensitivity test analyses your body’s immune response to a wide array of foods in order to open your eyes to your tolerances. This could be your first step to getting rid of those unwanted and uncomfortable symptoms (headaches, bloating, GI distress, etc.) by discovering if they are diet related. This tests identifies type 3 immune reactions caused by delayed onset to food sensitivities. A delayed food sensitivity involves your immune system, and over time the immune system makes overabundant of IgG antibodies to a specific food your body is negative effected. Usually, the onset of symptoms for delayed immune reaction can appeared from anywhere for few hours to few days after you have consumed the specific sensitive food. We offer 5 different food sensitivity panels, so you are in control of choose the best panel for your dietary habits
When to schedule a phlebotomist?
You can schedule a phlebotomist appointment after you register your test kit.
How to schedule a phlebotomist?
When you register your test kit, you will receive an email notification asking you to schedule for phlebotomy appointment through your secure online profile. Once you schedule an appointment, you will receive a notification confirming your appointment.
How do I prepare for my appointment?
Follow the tips below to help you get prepared for a successful blood draw.
- Check if your test requires fasting. Some tests require at least eight hours of fasting, so check your test box from MyHomeLabs for any instructions indicating fasting before your appointment.
- Drink Plenty of water. Hydration is important to help increase your blood flow and pumps up your veins for an easy blood draw
- Eat well - unless your test requires fasting. Avoid fatty foods. Avoid alcohol.
- Take a few minutes to relax and breathe.