Our bodies are important, which is why so many of us are, trying to and taking stock of our . But all it takes is a simple test to find out more about what your body wants you to be eating in the first place. Lots of people have lurking food sensitivities or even mild allergies, and getting tested for them is the quickest way to find out for sure.
Having food sensitivities can have a big impact on your overall health and wellness, so getting tested can help you make sure you’re eating the right foods for your body. That’s whatat-home testing kits are for. And when you use the code TAKEACTION at checkout now through Aug. 31.
There are three featured food testing kits, including the Food Allergy test, the Celiac Disease Screening test and the Food Sensitivity Comprehensive test.
If you think you might have a common food allergen, you can save $30 off the, playing only $119 to find out for sure. It measures nine immunoglobulin E antibodies that are linked to common food allergies. And if you deal with abdominal pain, bloating and digestive upset, you can get the for just $95 right now. It will measure three key antibodies that indicate celiac disease. And for $239, a $60 discount, you can get the most broad and comprehensive screener, the , which tests your reactivity to 204 common foods.
Everlywell has many at-home tests beyond food sensitivity. There are over 30 at-home kits including those that test for STDs, thyroid issues, fertility, testosterone levels, heart health, sleep, stress and more, including. Most tests are around $49, but costs run as high as $299, depending on the test. And while only the food allergen tests are discounted right now, many others will go on sale at different points throughout the year.
These tests results not only give you a valuable assessment of your health, but they can also make a thoughtful gift for someone you think might be avoiding doctor’s visits. Everything is done at home and submitted by mail to. Results generally take a few days to a week to be returned. Also, Everlywell purchases can be submitted for reimbursement through most FSA and HSA benefit plans, but be sure to check your individual plan prior to purchase.