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HomeDNA™ Food & Pet Sensitivity Test

SKU 364215375135191


HomeDNA™ Food & Pet Sensitivity Test is the solution you’ve been looking for. This test examines your DNA to identify potential sensitivities to over 400 different food items and common pet allergens.  Discomfort, skin irritation, or other symptoms related to food and pet sensitiities.

The test is easy to use and requires only a small sample of your DNA, which you can collect by swabbing the inside of your cheek.  Send it back to our lab for analysis.

Take control of your health and wellbeing by understanding your body's unique needs. 

The Food and Pet Sensitivity Test Kit Contains:

  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Cheek swabs for DNA collection

 When do you receive your results back?

The results will be properly analyzed in our laboratory, and you will receive the results within 6 weeks from receipt of samples at the lab.



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Results include your genetic predisposition for sensitivity to:


  • Gluten—Gluten is a protein in wheat, barley, and rye. Humans do not have the enzymes to break down gluten, leaving tiny particles in the digestive tract that may cause sensitivities for certain individuals.
  • Lactose—Lactose is a sugar found in animal-sourced milk and dairy products. Certain genetic markers may make it more likely to have difficulty digesting foods containing lactose.
  • Cow Milk Protein—Milk is made up of water, fat, lactose, minerals, and protein. Sensitivity to milk protein is not the same as lactose sensitivity, but it is one of the most common ones for children.
  • Egg—Egg sensitivities are very common, and many people are sensitive to the white part, called albumin, versus the yolk.
  • Peanut—Peanut sensitivity is extremely common and is often passed down through generations.
  • Other Foods—Many people are sensitive to other foods that are different from the ones included elsewhere in this test; they may include tree nuts, soy, corn, yeast, fish, and shellfish.
  • Pet Dander—Pet dander consists of tiny particles of skin shed from animals that have hair, fur, or feathers. Certain genetic markers may make an individual more sensitive to contact with dander.
  • Histamine—Histamine is a natural compound that may be found in foods that are aged and fermented, red wine, and more. Some people have an inability to break down excess histamine, which can cause sensitivities.

In addition to giving conclusions about your sensitivity to individual irritants, the report also provides comprehensive and detailed diet, lifestyle, and supplement tips based on your results, so you can start making proactive changes right away.

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