Allergy tests

Allergy and Intolerance Tests

Blood tests

To diagnose food allergy/ food intolerance, you need to get the appropriate allergy tests – otherwise you are left guessing as to the likely problems. There are a wide range of useful tests that you can get done.   
Did you know that there are accurate tests available to diagnose allergy/ intolerance/ sensitivity?
  • Skin tests are an accurate way of identifying immediate allergy.
  • Skin tests can identify both food and inhalant (environmental) allergy.
  • Blood tests can be done to look at specific allergies.
  • Inhalant allergy affects about 1 in 4 people.
  • Food allergy / intolerance affects 1 in 5 people.
  • Gluten sensitivity affects 1 in 10 people ? so please get tested.
  • Celiac disease affects 1 in 100 people.
  • All “sick, tired and grumpy” people (especially children) need allergy tests.

See much more information about the tests on the navigation links on the right-hand side.

Skin Prick Tests

You are invited to have a “virtual” consultation at The eClinic.
This will give your own health practitioner guidance about what tests to order for you, and how to interpret the results.

It is important to get properly tested before changing your diet.

Also you can read more about “sick, tired and grumpy” people in Dr Ford?s book:The book for the Sick, Tired and Grumpy  See more about tests in the FAQs section under “Bloods | Tests”