FoodSense+ Test

— 108 food panel

$199.00

FoodSense+ Test evaluates the immunological sensitivity that we may have to certain foods such as chicken, eggs, milk, meats, and others.

  • FoodSense+: evaluates 108 foods .
  • It will identify foods that trigger an immune reaction in your body.
  • Helps understand sensitivity to certain foods and their impact on your body.
  • About the Test
  • What's Measured
  • How It Works
  • Results
  • Make sense of what you eat! 

    The essential role that the right diet plays in our health and well-being is undisputed. But the manner in which certain foods affect the body is highly personal. The FoodSense+ test is the first important step toward tracking down a possible food sensitivity.

    FoodSense+ Test evaluates the immunological sensitivity that we may have to certain foods such as chicken, eggs, milk, meats, and others.

    • Helps understand sensitivity to certain foods and their impact on your body. 
    • It will identify foods that trigger an immune reaction in your body. 
    • It will help you identify the nutrition that benefits your health the most.   

     

    If you suspect you may have a food sensitivity, consult with your doctor about the benefits of FoodSense+.

    Symptoms may include:   

    • Gastrointestinal complaints   
    • Fatigue   
    • Migraine/headache   
    • Weight problems    
    • Skin problems   
    • Joint problems 

    Along with your provider, evaluate which of the available options is best for you: FoodSense+ or FoodSense+ Advanced   

    Visit our laboratories in Carolina or Ponce, or ask us about our at-home laboratory services. 

  • What’s Measured in our Tests?

    FoodSense+ Test evaluates the immunological sensitivity that you may have to 108 foods. A higher than normal IgG reactivity level can mean that there’s a possibility that food can be giving you symptoms—making that food an ideal candidate to include in your list to initially remove in a two-part elimination diet. This test is not a food allergy test, nor can it determine lactose intolerance or celiac disease.

    Types of food evaluated on our test

    • Gluten containing cereals
    • Cereals without gluten
    • Legumes
    • Nuts & seeds
    • Fruits
    • Vegetables
    • Dairy and egg
    • Meat
    • Fish and seafood
    • Herbs and spices
    • Others

    View Full List of Foods

     

       

    Please refer to our Nutritional Guide to assist you with making healthier decisions.

  • How the Test works

    You can choose one of two options for your test sample collection:

    Option #1 | Home Delivery

    With Home Delivery, your test kit will be delivered within a few days so you can collect the test sample yourself.

    Purchase your test online.

    Receive your test kit in the mail.

    Register your kit in the WeCare App.

    Mail your specimen to our lab. View Dry Blood Spot Sample Collection Instructions here.

    Receive your results electronically through the WeCare App.

     

    Option #2 | At Coreplus

    You can also choose to book an appointment on one of our labs and have your test sample collected by one of our lab technicians.

    Purchase your test online, at CorePlus, or at a retail store.

    Make an appointment online to have your blood drawn at one of CorePlus’ locations.

    Register in the WeCare App to track the status of your specimen.

    Receive your results electronically through the WeCare App.

  • How to Interpret the Results

    What do the meanings of the three types of reactions mean to you? 

     

    Results displayed in the green circles indicate that your body does not react or only reacts mildly. You can consume these foods without limitations, as long as you do not suffer from a food allergy, food intolerance, or celiac disease  

    Results shown in the yellow circles signify that these foods trigger a strong immune reaction of IgG in your body. You should limit the consumption of these foods and not have them more than once or twice a week as part of a rotational diet.  

    Foods identified in red mean that they trigger a very intense IgG immune reaction in your body. You should avoid these foods entirely for at least twelve weeks. After the elimination phase, the foods can be reintegrated into the meal plan as part of a provocation diet. 

  • Related Material

  • Make sense of what you eat! 

    The essential role that the right diet plays in our health and well-being is undisputed. But the manner in which certain foods affect the body is highly personal. The FoodSense+ test is the first important step toward tracking down a possible food sensitivity.

    FoodSense+ Test evaluates the immunological sensitivity that we may have to certain foods such as chicken, eggs, milk, meats, and others.

    • Helps understand sensitivity to certain foods and their impact on your body. 
    • It will identify foods that trigger an immune reaction in your body. 
    • It will help you identify the nutrition that benefits your health the most.   

     

    If you suspect you may have a food sensitivity, consult with your doctor about the benefits of FoodSense+.

    Symptoms may include:   

    • Gastrointestinal complaints   
    • Fatigue   
    • Migraine/headache   
    • Weight problems    
    • Skin problems   
    • Joint problems 

    Along with your provider, evaluate which of the available options is best for you: FoodSense+ or FoodSense+ Advanced   

    Visit our laboratories in Carolina or Ponce, or ask us about our at-home laboratory services. 

  • What’s Measured in our Tests?

    FoodSense+ Test evaluates the immunological sensitivity that you may have to 108 foods. A higher than normal IgG reactivity level can mean that there’s a possibility that food can be giving you symptoms—making that food an ideal candidate to include in your list to initially remove in a two-part elimination diet. This test is not a food allergy test, nor can it determine lactose intolerance or celiac disease.

    Types of food evaluated on our test

    • Gluten containing cereals
    • Cereals without gluten
    • Legumes
    • Nuts & seeds
    • Fruits
    • Vegetables
    • Dairy and egg
    • Meat
    • Fish and seafood
    • Herbs and spices
    • Others

    View Full List of Foods

     

       

    Please refer to our Nutritional Guide to assist you with making healthier decisions.

  • How the Test works

    You can choose one of two options for your test sample collection:

    Option #1 | Home Delivery

    With Home Delivery, your test kit will be delivered within a few days so you can collect the test sample yourself.

    Purchase your test online.

    Receive your test kit in the mail.

    Register your kit in the WeCare App.

    Mail your specimen to our lab. View Dry Blood Spot Sample Collection Instructions here.

    Receive your results electronically through the WeCare App.

     

    Option #2 | At Coreplus

    You can also choose to book an appointment on one of our labs and have your test sample collected by one of our lab technicians.

    Purchase your test online, at CorePlus, or at a retail store.

    Make an appointment online to have your blood drawn at one of CorePlus’ locations.

    Register in the WeCare App to track the status of your specimen.

    Receive your results electronically through the WeCare App.

  • How to Interpret the Results

    What do the meanings of the three types of reactions mean to you? 

     

    Results displayed in the green circles indicate that your body does not react or only reacts mildly. You can consume these foods without limitations, as long as you do not suffer from a food allergy, food intolerance, or celiac disease  

    Results shown in the yellow circles signify that these foods trigger a strong immune reaction of IgG in your body. You should limit the consumption of these foods and not have them more than once or twice a week as part of a rotational diet.  

    Foods identified in red mean that they trigger a very intense IgG immune reaction in your body. You should avoid these foods entirely for at least twelve weeks. After the elimination phase, the foods can be reintegrated into the meal plan as part of a provocation diet. 

What is the Testing Process Like

Order your test kit

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Collect your sample at home

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Upload your sample and receive your test results

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