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$125 for One Food Allergy Bloodspot Panel from Meridian Valley Lab ($210.95 Value)

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At-home food allergy test identifies 95 different food allergens using a few drops of blood

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The self-administered FoodSafe Allergy Test helps screen 95 common food allergies. After following the enclosed instructions and performing the test, clients ship the test back to Meridian Valley Lab for analysis. Clients receive easy-to-read results along with a personalized 4-day rotation food plan within 8–12 days.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per order. Phone order required. All services must be used by the same person. Must be 18 years of age or older. Shipping included. Test ships within 48 hours. Sample testing process takes 8-12 days to obtain results. Tests for IgG4 sensitives. Cannot be sold or shipped to the state of New York. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Meridian Valley Lab

Meridian Valley Lab's medical director Dr. Jonathan V. Wright is exhaustive when it comes to his patients' health. In the field since 1976, Dr. Wright has authored books, taught seminars, and practiced his specific brand of laboratory testing to treat patients and serve humanity.

At Meridian Valley Lab, practitioners specialize in efficient and accurate 24-hour hormone and metabolite testing. The tests check urine, saliva, or blood—whichever method best suits the circumstances—for imbalances that can lead to physical and mental health issues. From there, Dr. Wright and his staff make recommendations to help ameliorate conditions, including safe bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.

The staff can also diagnose food allergies from at-home bloodspot tests. The results mark different foods as "safe," "moderately safe," or "avoid."