Bristol Food Intolerance & Allergy Tests Now Testing By Mail

Bristol residents can now order test kits for food allergy testing through the newly launched online portal Food Intolerance Test Bristol. The food intolerance testing kit is sent via mail and the results are given through email.

Bristol residents who want to know if they are intolerant or allergic to specific food can now order food intolerance test in Bristol through a recently launched website: Food Intolerance Test Bristol. The testing kit is sent through mail and the results are delivered through email. This move is made in response to the people who do not have the time to visit a laboratory for testing.

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Thousands of people in the UK unknowingly suffer from food allergies daily. The effects could span from simple fatigue after every meal down to extreme cases of rashes. This is the reason why testing for dairy intolerance is common. The same applies for testing for wheat and gluten intolerance, among others.

Cambridge Nutritional Sciences (CNS) has developed a test called Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) in 1994 that is used for food intolerance testing. The only way to be tested then was by visiting a clinic for blood sample extraction, which is then sent to a laboratory for testing. Results were processed anywhere from several days to a couple of weeks.

With the recent CNS development, ELISA can now be used on clinics, which eliminates the need for a laboratory. Now, food allergy testing can be done on clinics and results become available within 45 minutes. This new development in food intolerance testing is a significant success in healthcare, and mainly for prevention of allergic reactions.

Keith Ferris said “Everyone responds differently to different foods. Some food are just normal food for others, while the same thing could be life-threatening to someone else. This is the reason why Food Intolerance Testing Bristol was launched, so that we can deliver fast results at the convenience of our patients.”

Food allergies are a real threat to people’s lives, and intolerance towards a specific food can appear at any age without warning.

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