Compare our Food Tests
Why are there 3 Food Tests?
There are 2 main variables between our 3 food tests. The price point is an obvious one, ranging from our most affordable test, the Food Allergy Test, to the more pricey Extensive Food Sensitivity + Allergy Test. The other variable is the number of food types that we test for.
When your body experiences an allergic reaction, IgE antibodies are produced in response. These IgE antibodies are the same that a doctor would test for in a Skin Prick Test, the most accurate form of allergy testing, and this is the best possible way to test for food allergies at home. (If the results indicate a possible allergy, it's still strongly recommended that you get verification from a doctor, but our results may provide clarity, peace of mind, and give you a suggestion of foods to avoid while you seek a doctor's confirmation.)
All 3 tests look for IgE reactions to 44 different foods, but our mid-priced test, the Food Intolerance + Allergy Test also tests for IgG4 antibodies in response to an additional 96 foods, and our Extensive test looks for 208! This IgG4 antibody response can indicate an intolerance or sensitivity to a food, and is intended to provide data that will help you identify and avoid food types that your body reacts poorly to. This can save you a lot of time and effort in implementing an elimination diet, for example. Simply test yourself, and, within a matter of days, you'll have a detailed but digestible results report listing food types to avoid. You also have access to free coaching via video call to help you better understand what your results mean.