Hi! Today I am reviewing the Everlywell food sensitivity test. I have always wanted to know what foods I am sensitive to and what I could potentially avoid to make my diet and health better.
Although, I have always been curious I have never wanted to go though the intense testing or take the time to see a doctor and then get to a lab. To be honest it was just last on my priority list (if you know what I mean).
When I decided to partner with Everlywell, I was just thrilled that they would send me the kit to my house, I could do this test at home and then get emailed the results!! How amazing is that?! Watch below for my full review, so you can see the process and the the results!
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A food reactivity is different than an immediately life-threatening food allergy. Food reactivity is a delayed immune response by the Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody, the most abundant circulating antibody in our immune system. Studies suggest that an IgG immune response may contribute to headaches, joint pain, eczema, and other chronic conditions.
This test was honestly so easy to take and so convenient so that’s why I highly recommend to anyone curious about food allergies and sensitivity! I also thought you guys might be interested in the fertility test that you can take at home! Again, you can get 20% voff any of the tests using the links in this article!v
Hope you enjoy it, and if you have any questions just comment below and I’m happy to answer them!
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