Food Sensitivity Comprehensive Test
$259
Food Sensitivity Comprehensive Test
$259

Try Our Most Extensive Food Sensitivity Test

Test a broader set of foods that may be causing you discomfort with our most comprehensive food sensitivity offering. This test includes a wide range of foods and is ideal for people who eat a variety of cuisines.
Measures
IgG Reactivity to 204 Foods
Collection Method
Finger Prick Blood
Food Sensitivity Comprehensive Test
$259
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What's Measured
Almond
Aloe vera
Anchovy
Anise
Apple
Apricot
Artichoke
Arugula
Asparagus
Avocado
Baker's yeast
Baking powder
Bamboo shoots
Banana
Barley
Basil
Bay leaf
Beef
Beet
Bell pepper
Black currant
Black tea
Blackberry
Blueberry
Bran
Branzino
Brazil nut
Brewer's yeast
Broccoli
Brussels sprout
Buckwheat
Butter
Butter lettuce
Cantaloupe
Caper
Carob
Carp
Carrot
Casein
Cashew
Cauliflower
Cayenne pepper
Celery
Chamomile
Chard
Cheddar cheese
Cherry
Chestnut
Chia seed
Chicken
Chickpea
Chicory
Chili pepper
Chive
Cilantro
Cinnamon
Clam
Cloves
Cocoa
Coconut
Codfish
Coffee
Cola
Corn
Cottage cheese
Cow's milk
Crab
Cranberry
Crayfish
Cucumber
Cumin
Curry
Date
Dill
Duck
Eel
Eggplant
Egg yolk
Egg white
Emmental cheese
Fava bean
Fennel
Fig
Flaxseed
Garlic
Ginger
Gluten
Goat cheese
Goat milk
Gooseberry
Grape
Grape leaf
Grapefruit
Green bean
Green cabbage
Haddock
Hazelnut
Herring
Honey
Honeydew melon
Hops
Horseradish
Iceberg lettuce
Jerusalem artichoke
Kale
Kefir
Kelp
Key lime
Kidney bean
Kiwi
Lamb
Leek
Lemon
Lentil
Licorice root
Lima bean
Lobster
Lychee
Macadamia
Mackerel
Malt
Mango
Marjoram
Millet
Mint
Mozzarella
Mung bean
Mustard
Navy bean
Nectarine
Nutmeg
Oats
Octopus
Olive
Onion
Orange
Oregano
Pacific oyster
Papaya
Parsley
Pea, green
Peach
Peanut
Pear
Pepper, black
Peppermint
Perch
Pike
Pine nut
Pineapple
Pistachio
Plum
Pomegranate
Poppy seed
Pork
Sweet potato
White potato
Prawn
Processed cheese
Quail
Radish
Raisin
Rapeseed
Raspberry
Red cabbage
Brown rice
Rosemary
Rye
Safflower
Saffron
Sage
Salmon
Scallop
Sesame
Shallot
Sheep cheese
Sheep milk
Shiitake mushroom
Shrimp
Snow pea
Sole
Soybean
Spelt
Spinach
Squid
Strawberry
Sunflower
Swordfish
Tarragon
Thyme
Tomato
Trout
Tuna
Turkey
Turnip
Vanilla
Walnut, black
Watermelon
Wheat
Whey
White mushroom
Winter squash
Yogurt
Zucchini
How it Works
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What's Included
Finger prick blood card for collecting your blood sample
Single-use Lancets for pricking your finger
Detailed directions to guide you
Help along the way if you need it
Gauze and bandages
Pre-paid shipping both ways
Alcohol pad for cleaning your finger
Biohazard bag for returning your sample
Your Results
Easy to Understand
Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. Download and share with your healthcare provider, family, or friends. We also provide you with additional resources and helpful tips along the way.
Personalized
View a personalized report of each marker tested as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you.
Actionable
Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report to help guide your next steps.
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Dive Deeper

Your food sensitivity results will tell you how reactive your IgG antibodies are to 204 common foods.

Each food will be rated on a Class scale of 0-3: Class 0 (normal reactivity) to Class 3 (high reactivity). This is a great place to start if you want to dig into your body's relationship with food.

You will also get:

  • Tailored suggestions about what to do next
  • Help prioritizing your trial elimination diet
  • Personalized information and education

EverlyWell will provide tailored suggestions about what to do next. While reactivity does not always equate with symptoms, it can help prioritize the foods selected for a temporary elimination diet. Once you have your IgG test results, you can try an elimination diet of your choosing until you achieve the right balance of minimizing your symptoms while maintaining a lifestyle that you enjoy.

You may choose to not stop eating certain foods, but knowing your reactivity might lead to adjustments in how much or frequently you eat them.

Our tests provide personalized information and education; they are not intended to diagnose any disease or condition or to substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding your medical care.

This test is a great place to start if you want to dig into your body's relationship with food and is generally more affordable than comparable tests. Enjoy food sensitivity testing the way it should be; quick, easy, and from the convenience of your home. If you have any questions feel free to chat with us below.

An elimination diet can be a useful tool for uncovering the specific foods you’re sensitive to.

Basically, in an elimination diet, you temporarily remove foods from your diet that you suspect could be giving you symptoms. In other words, you stop eating those “suspect foods” for a given amount of time – often between 4-6 weeks.

Next, you add those foods back to your diet – one at a time. Each time you add a “suspect food” back to your diet, you watch for symptoms for about 2-3 days. If a food you’re adding back doesn’t result in symptoms, then you continue eating it as a normal part of your diet. But if a food does give you symptoms when you add it back to your diet, then you’ve likely found a food you’re sensitive to.

That’s why food sensitivity testing can make a real difference if you want to discover the foods you’re sensitive to. A food sensitivity test checks the reactivity levels of your IgG antibodies for many different foods. (IgG antibodies are another type of antibody that your immune system produces.)

If you have a high IgG reactivity level to a certain food, there’s a possibility that food may be involved with causing your food sensitivity symptoms.

So taking a food sensitivity test can give you a list of “suspect foods” that’s based on your body’s immune system response. You can then use this information to guide your elimination diet – and to choose what foods to eliminate at first. This helps remove a lot of the “guessing” in the elimination diet process – and can make it easier for you to pinpoint the foods behind your symptoms.


Learn more:

How To Use A Food Elimination Diet To Discover Your Food Sensitivities