The EverlyWell Food Sensitivity Test is a "at-home test that measures your body's IgG reaction to 96 foods to assist in determining which foods to avoid." It costs $199, however I believe I received a 20% discount during Black Friday.
My spouse was certain that he had a dairy intolerance because he felt a lot better after eliminating dairy from his diet (including his morning yogurt). In our house, cheese is our main food group, so this was a significant diet shift and sacrifice.
He was still not feeling well despite his dairy-free lifestyle (but better). Last year, I came upon a discount code for the Food Sensitivity Test and had a "aha" moment, so I got it as an early Christmas present. Our insurance is Kaiser, and they would never cover something like this.
You stick your finger, squeeze a few drops onto the provided card, and mail it back (regular mail). His results arrived within a few days, and he declared that "the test is completely incorrect." It revealed that he had a mild allergy to honey and brewer's yeast (his top 2).
He made the decision to pay attention to the ingredients in what he ate, and OH. MY. GOODNESS. He transformed into a new man. We discovered that honey was the main ingredient in his morning yogurt and that the beer he was drinking on a regular basis was high in brewer's yeast.
That meant he didn't have a dairy intolerance and could indulge in all the Mt Tam triple cream brie, Laura Chenel goat cheese, and Irish cheddar he wanted.
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