Allergies or Intolerances to Drinks
Drinks: A part of our culture, but what about the ingredients?
If you’re feeling a bit under the weather, and caffeine isn’t doing the trick, then it may be because you have an allergy or intolerance to caffeine. As one of the key ingredients in coffee and tea, caffeine is a common culprit in causing more harm to your body than good. If your symptoms are regular and persist, then you likely have an allergy or intolerance to caffeine.
Many people need that caffeine boost in the morning or evening to set them up perfectly for the day or to start a task. Although caffeine is often the cause of an allergy or intolerance, sometimes people overlook it as a potential culprit, often associating the milk that is added to the drink as a culprit.
If you are unsure if you are either lactose intolerant or have an allergy or intolerance to caffeine, then the best solution is to take a test with Test Your Intolerance, putting your mind at rest and free from worry. Caffeine may be a necessity for some but it could be having a serious impact on your daily health and could be the reason for the very fatigue you are trying to fight!
Caffeine is often required to wake us up in the morning. This is a common consensus for many because we often feel tired and fatigued. But have you considered whether or not your fatigue is caused by your consumption of caffeine and other potential ingredients? Naturally, if you are having caffeine to wake you up, it may be causing you to become even more tired, as your body may not be able to tolerate it anymore. Other symptoms of an allergy or intolerance include weight gain, migraines and skin irritations and can often be linked to a caffeine allergy or a caffeine intolerance.
Test Your Intolerance tests your potential intolerance to caffeine.
At Test Your Intolerance, our expert team has devised a scientifically validated food allergy & intolerance blood testing kit, highlighting what foods your body is intolerant to, including caffeine. Examining hundreds of food and non-food items, the team aims to provide you with all the results you need. This can be completed easily at home by sending us a sample of your blood in the post. We also offer sensitivity testing which allows us to assess your sensitivities against up to 978 items using just a few strands of hair.
What do we offer?
The full Test Your Intolerance process offers:
- Scientifically validated blood testing
- Bioresonance hair sensitivity testing
- Comprehensive Reports sent via email and to our app
- Access to nutritional therapy aftercare
Instant Results Access through Email
At Test Your Intolerance, we know you want to know what you are allergic or intolerant to as soon as possible, as you are most likely looking to alter your diet and cut out offending foods. Therefore, we provide you with access to your results as soon as they are tested and have been verified.
Once approved, you will have secure online access to them having received an email from us. With a username and a password, you can log in and begin your journey to a new and healthier you, as you eliminate offending foods from your diet. Take a look at your results and read your in-depth report on your allergies & intolerances. Alternatively, results are also available through our exclusive app.
A full report sent by email and to the app
Enabling the convenience of being able to see your results online immediately, we also send you a comprehensive report, outlining all the foods that you are allergic or intolerant to. These tests help you to take control of your body, and this can set you on your way to managing your own food allergies & intolerances.
Food intolerances and food allergies are on the rise across the country. With symptoms ranging from subtle (bloating & fatigue) to the extreme (difficulty breathing & diarrhea) finding your food sensitivities is more important than it ever was.
Fortunately, with Test Your Intolerance, it’s also easier than it ever was. Using our scientifically validated blood tests or bioresonance hair tests, you can get a more complete understanding of your body and the way different foods affect it.
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