Laktosintoleranstest

Lactose intolerance test

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  • Are your gastrointestinal problems caused by lactose intolerance?
  • What foods should you avoid?
  • Would your diet and nutrition improve by avoiding lactose?
  • Possibility for certification
  • Fast, safe and easy
  • Are your gastrointestinal problems caused by lactose intolerance?
  • What foods should you avoid?
  • Would your diet and nutrition improve by avoiding lactose?
  • Possibility for certification
  • Fast, safe and easy

Increased Self-Understanding Through DNA Testing

If you have stomach problems such excess gas, diarrhoea, swelling, abdominal cramps or other similar symptoms, you may be lactose intolerant. This DNA test shows whether you are genetically inclined to be lactose intolerant. If you are lactose intolerant, we can assist you with specialist consultancy via our digital partners. They can help you with diet plans and general tips to help improve your health.

Lactose Intolerance — Test Data

Lactose is broken down in the small intestine with the enzyme Lactase phlorizin hydrolase (LPH), also known as lactase. If there is a lactase deficiency, the absence of the enzyme is typically due to a hereditary genetic variation. With our lactose intolerance test, you will learn whether you possess the genetic variant that can cause lactase deficiency in people of European ancestry.

Fast, Safe and Easy

Everything you need from the test is contained in the package that we ship discreetly directly to your door. Simply take the test at home, and submit the prepaid shipment to our top quality laboratory for DNA analysis.

Within just five business days of when we receive it, we’ll post the results of the test on our website, along with information that provides detailed understanding of what those results mean for you.

The results we provide are at least 99.5% accurate, and are just as safe and rigorous as if you had performed the test with a doctor.

Who can take this test?

This test is recommended for adults and children over 12 years of age.

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