Food and Pet Sensitivity

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Food and Pet Sensitivity Testing

Using DNA to Pinpoint Common Irritants

A Healthier you using your own Genetics

Gas, upset stomach, diarrhea, or general discomfort after eating? Have you ever had difficulty breathing at a friends house and think it may be related to their new dog or cat? Our Food and Pet Sensitivity Test is a genetics based DNA test that helps to pinpoint sensitivities to commonplace irritants a person may have, using information locked in your genes and DNA.

Learning about potential food and pet sensitivities can provide a basis for making changes to your diet or surroundings to help ensure a more comfortable life. Our results will include science based suggestions for lifestyle changes, how to manage any potential pet sensitivities, and dietary and food suggestions to prevent any discomfort or reactions.

Common sensitivities include:

  • Gluten

  • Peanut Butter

  • Pet Dander

  • Eggs

  • Pollen/Histamines

  • Lactose

  • Cow Milk Proteins

  • Other Foods


How to Order Your Food and Pet Sensitivity Test

Order your DNA test like you would any other product online.  Fill in your name, email, shipping address, and purchase with a credit card of your choice.  Your DNA test kit will be mailed to you in a traceable nondescript package to ensure your privacy.

  • Step 2: Collect your DNA at Home

Collecting a DNA sample with a simple cheek (buccal) swab is quick and simple. The easy-to-use kit will contain everything you need and the enclosed directions will walk you through the quick and simple DNA collection process, as well as helping with account creation where you will receive your ancestry test results. 

When you have completed the instructions just use the prepaid envelope included in your kit to return your DNA sample to our laboratory.

  • Step 3: your DNA Results Uploaded to your account

When we receive your samples we go the extra mile to ensure your results are as accurate as scientifically possible. When we have completed the examination,within six (6) weeks, we will notify you by email that the results from your test have been uploaded to your account.

Food and Pet Sensitivity Testing:

Frequently Asked Questions

+ What is included in my results? What should I expect to see?

  • We analyze the sample in eight (8) different categories: Gluten, Peanut Butter, Pet Dander, Eggs, Pollen/Histamines, Lactose, Cow Milk Proteins, and Other Foods. In the comprehensive report results for each of the likely sensitivities will include:

    Results - The complete breakdown about your DNA and the areas you may have a sensitivity.

    Diet Tips - Professional advice on how to change your diet and lessen sensitivity symptoms.

    Lifestyle Tips - Manageable steps you can make to prevent or lessen the discomfort due to the effect of sensitivities.

    Supplement Tips - Tips on choosing supplements to balance your diet.

+ How much does a Food and Pet Sensitivity test cost?

  • This is the most asked question by our clients. A Food and Pet Sensitivity Test costs $99.

+ What is included in the “Other Foods” category?

  • Things such as: shrimp, tree nuts, apples, soy and soybean, fish, corn, and yeast.

+ Is a sensitivity test the same as an allergy test?

  • No. This test is not an allergy test. This report generated is intended for educational and informational purposes only. The results contain information from gene markers and does not include the environmental factors that may cause or aggravate symptoms. To confirm allergies, consult your doctor.


  • The Food and Pet Sensitivity Test is an extensive test. The test results will be ready in 6 weeks from receipt at the laboratory. We will send you an email as soon as your results are complete.


  • Our Lifestyle tests are done to the same standards as our AABB tests. Our tests are performed in a fully CAP, A2LA, AABB accredited and ISO 17025/9001 certified laboratory. All of our DNA testing services follow strict and validated procedures for processing samples to guarantee the highest degree of accuracy.

    Your genetic makeup plays a large role in your bodies composition but, it’s important to understand that your lifestyle and many environmental factors will also play a significant role in potential sensitivities.

+ How is this test done?

  • Sample collection is as easy as using a simple buccal (oral) mouth swab to collect a sample, sending the samples to our laboratory, and within a few weeks the results will be ready to be viewed.

    Simply rub the cheek for 30 seconds per swab to collect DNA. This test is not a saliva test, you will not need to spit into a cup.