Feeling unwell?

Get your food intolerance test.

Unexplained symptoms like nausea, headaches, and joint pain are often caused by food intolerances. Your body is your temple – and we want to make sure it’s in peak condition.

FOOD INTOLERANCE TRIGGERS

 

  • Cereals & seeds
  • Coffee & tea
  • Edible mushrooms
  • Egg & milk
  • Fish & seafood
  • Fruits
  • Legumes
  • Meat
  • Novel foods
  • Nuts
  • Spices
  • Vegetables

FOOD INTOLERANCE SYMPTOMS

 

  • Nausea
  • Bloating
  • Gas
  • Cramps
  • Abdominal pain
  • Heartburn
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Headaches
  • Irritability
  • Nervousness
  • Joint pain

The right test for you

DETECT YOUR FOOD INTOLERANCE TRIGGERS

FIT

FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $179
  • -
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home food intolerance test
  • IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
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ALL FIT
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ALLERGY & FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $259
  • 295 ALLERGY TRIGGERS
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home allergy & food intolerance test
  • IgE + IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
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FIT

FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $179
  • -
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home food intolerance test
  • IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
Learn more
ALL FIT
BEST OFFER!

ALLERGY & FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $259
  • 295 ALLERGY TRIGGERS
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home allergy & food intolerance test
  • IgE + IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
Learn more
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Start a food journal

If you are looking to improve your wellness and feel more in tune with your body, starting a food journal is a great first step into the right direction. Especially if you are experiencing unwanted and unexplained bodily symptoms such as nausea, bloating, stomachaches, irritability, and migraines on a regular basis, looking at what you eat daily can be a powerful tool to figure out what could be the underlying cause of it all.  

Elimination diet: discover trigger foods

As opposed to true food allergies, sensitivities and intolerances to certain foods are more common. It is estimated that around 20% of the world’s population struggle with an intolerance or sensitivity to a certain food. If you are experiencing symptoms that could stem from a food intolerance or sensitivity, the elimination diet can be a useful tool to discover foods that are causing you discomfortAs 7DROPS, we encourage you to stay safe and only try eliminations diets under the guidance of a physician or certified nutritionist.  

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IgE-mediated food intolerances

Food intolerances caused by the immune system can be tested by screening a patient’s blood for elevated levels of IgG antibodies towards certain foods. Common trigger foods include grains containing gluten, caffeine, processed meats, dried fruits, pickled foods, canned vegetables, and high-fructose foods (honey, agave nectar, watermelon, cherries, pears, apples, etc.)

What is a lactose intolerance?

Some food intolerances are not triggered by IgG-antibodies, but by a lack of enzymes. The most prominent example for a food intolerance caused by a lack of enzymes is lactose intolerance. With age, a person’s intestines produce less lactase, the enzyme needed to process the type of sugar in dairy products. Research has found that only about 35% people worldwide can digest lactose well after the age of seven or eight. Typical lactose intolerance symptoms include flatulence and diarrhea.

What 7DROPS users say

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I think everyone should be aware about their allergies and other sensitivities. I recommended this test to all of my family members, it’s really easy to use!

Lisa J., 28

I’ve been struggling with this really random joint pain and head aches for years until I read that that stuff could be caused by an intolerance to food. I took the FIT test and the results say cutting out wheat might help, so that’s what I’m trying to do now!

Glenn F., 42

Originally I only wanted to do an allergy test but after checking the website I thought why not both, and purchased the ALL FIT combination deal. I think it’s super convenient that you can get both results with only one sample, and the report was really comprehensive as well. Recommended if you want to learn more about your health and body!

Martin H.

I looove Japanese food, but I had no idea that my stomach issues were coming from an intolerance to soy! After I got my FIT results, I started to try eating different foods with less soy, and I think I’m getting better already.

Cynthia D., 26

I’ve been felling unwell for months and had no idea what the reason could be. No doctor could really help me. After reading that food intolerances sometimes causes hard to diagnose symptoms, I took the 7DROPS food intolerance test and found out my body reacts badly to dairy products! I’m trying to change my diet and feel better already.

Sarah R., 24

My GP advised me to try a food intolerance test because I haven’t been feeling too well lately but there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with my health otherwise. I researched food intolerance tests and liked how many food triggers this product tests, so I wanted to give it a shot. Taking your own sample sounded a bit indimidating to me but it actually was pretty straightforward!

Harry S., 37
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