Will I know my food intolerances and allergies?
The tellmeGen DNA test groups various diseases and health traits. If you have genetic alterations behind these characteristics, the DNA test will tell you.
You must consider that our genetic test does not cover all possible food allergies and intolerances. The range of adverse food reactions is broad and complex, and it is impossible for us to cover them all. Our study is based solely on genetics, without analyzing antibodies or proteins. Therefore, in some situations, we can tell you if you have a predisposition to that trait, but we cannot confirm if you already have it expressed. We are a clinical complement, and we always recommend confirming with an expert before taking any measures.
Furthermore, when we add new items, we will notify you. Although there may be allergies not currently covered by our test, it is likely that we will incorporate them into your results in the future.
If you want to know if our test includes a specific dietary health disorder, we recommend that you check out the Wellness block we offer. We also have a blog entry dedicated to this topic. You might find new traits that interest you!