Affordable Pet Plus Food Only Test (Pet 1000)
Our New 5Strands® Affordable Pet Plus Food Test expands the number of food intolerance ingredients tested in pet food and treats to over 1000 Food Ingredients Tested!
Artificial Flavorings, Algae, Amino Acids, Animals, Food Coloring, Dairy, Egg Variety, Enzymes, Exotic Proteins, Fatty Acids, Fibers, Flavorings, Fruits, Fungus, Grains, Herbs, Insects, Legumes, Micro Organisms, Minerals, Nuts, Pigments, Poultry Products, Preservatives, Red Meats, Seafoods, Seaweeds, Seeds, Spices, Supplements, Sweeteners, Vegetables, Venison Products, & Vitamins
The exclusive, non-invasive testing can quickly identify if your pet’s body is intolerant to over 1000 food ingredients.
Is your pet constantly scratching, biting its paws or rubbing its face? Does it suffer from more severe skin or digestive issues? In order to alleviate his/her discomfort, it is first necessary to understand if the symptoms are due to a food intolerances. The 5Strands Affordable Pet Food Intolerance Test helps you zero in on the key sensitivities your cat or dog may be having to 1000 of the most common pet food ingredients used within the market today.
5Strands Affordable Pet Testing scans your pet’s hair sample (10-15 strands) using bio resonance technology and provides an extensive, easy-to-understand report. You can expect to receive your pet’s test results within 7-10 days after the hair sample arrives at the processing center.
You can use our testing results as a screening tool to make the necessary dietary and environmental lifestyle changes necessary to address your pet’s issues.As a reminder, 5 Strands Affordable Pet Testing only tests for non-IgE mediated reactions or “intolerances.” This type of reaction may have a delayed onset with symptoms appearing several hours or days after ingestion or exposure and lasting a longer period of time.
IgE (Immunoglobulin E) allergies, which are caused by the body’s immune system, are NOT tested for by 5Strands Affordable Pet Testing. These reactions occur within minutes of ingestion or exposure and are diagnosed through a blood test or skin prick test by veterinarians.
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