Check out this inexpensive and simple at-home allergy test!
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0:00 Introduction: At-home allergy test
0:25 What happens to the body during an allergic reaction
1:30 How to do an at-home food allergy test
5:30 Learn more about natural remedies for allergies!
Today I’m going to share a simple DIY allergy test. This is primarily for food allergies that you can’t quite determine.
During an allergic reaction, your pulse increases. A pulse oximeter is a great tool to help you check your pulse easily, but you can also check your pulse using your wrist or carotid artery.
How to do a DIY allergy test:
1. Check and record your pulse rate:
• In the morning, before getting out of bed
• Before eating
• 30 minutes after eating
• 30 minutes after that
• 30 minutes after that
• Before bed
2. Record what you ate next to your pulse rate
Typically, you could have an allergy if there is a difference between the low and high pulse rates above 16 points. The pulse rate also needs to be above 84.
If you react to a meal, use this test over a few days, eliminating foods one at a time to help you isolate which ingredient is causing a problem.
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