• Pinnertest Food Intolerance Test
  • Alison Morgan
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Pinnertest Food Intolerance Test

Recently, I took a Food Intolerance Test via Pinnertest

The company are based in the US, and provide the most accurate and easy to use test on the market. 

What is a Food Intolerance Test?

Some people experience problems producing certain enzymes, resulting in continuous health issues from poor gut health.

Surprisingly, it's not uncommon that healthy fruits & vegetables can result in a food intolerance reaction.

This can contribute to an inflamed gut, creating discomfort, along with health issues such as:

  • weight gain due to carb cravings and slow metabolism
  • depression
  • headaches
  • bloating, plus more...

What is Pinnertest?

Pinnertest is a next generation lab test which can isolate specific food intolerances. The test is taken through providing a couple of small drops of blood (very simple and easy!).

What's involved with the test?

  • The test can be ordered online via the Pinnertest website
  • The test is sent to you from the US. I received my kit within 3 days (I'm based in Sydney)
  • Place 2 small drops of blood on a swab - everything is provided in the kit (you simply prick your finger, similar to that of a diabetic) 
  • Return the sample to the US 
  • Results are emailed to you

My Results!

I was so intrigued to see my results! It turns out, I have intolerances to Turkey, Pork, Broccoli and Barley.

Broccoli is something I have in my diet most days, so I'll definitely eliminate this for the next 6 weeks to see if I have less bloating.

I rarely eat Barley (so that's an easy one for me). I mostly only ever eat Turkey at Christmas. Pork I eat fortnightly (so will eliminate this too).

My husband also did the test, which came back with 6 intolerances (mainly everyday foods, so he's more effected than me).

If you're experiencing bloating, stomach discomfort, acne, eczema, carb cravings and slow metabolism, depression, headaches, bloating, fatigue or brain fog - be sure to investigate a Food Intolerance Test.

It could make a big difference to your health!



  • Alison Morgan
  • lifestylereviewreviews

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