take at home functional health tests - accurately identify the hidden causes of your symptoms and reveal underlying functional imbalances with these simple saliva, urine, stool, or blood spot at home functional health tests that are the first step to restore optimal physical functioning to your body.

   

Get this newly updated
146 Page
Special Report
Free
free ebook on functional medicine, at home functional health tests and the culture of wellness
with information and updates to
Functional Health Tests
by email.
Get Report

"Every time I open your emails, I'm always glad I took the time to read them."

Discover the Wonders of Living with
an energized mind
a peaceful heart
a vibrant body
and a magical spirit.

Mary Ann Copson, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners; Certified Licensed Nutritionist focusing on Functional Nutritional Medicine and Functional Health Testing
About
Mary Ann Copson

Certified Licensed Nutritionist

Certified Holistic Health Practitioner

Brain Chemistry Profile Clinician

Health, Wellness, and Lifestyle Coach

Intuitive/Energy Healer

MA - Psychology & Counseling

MA - Human Development

 

Yes! I'll take it!
add to cart

My Bloodspot IgG Food Antibody Assay Kit and complete instructions will be mailed to me.

When the results are in, I'll get a session by phone with Mary Ann to help me interpret and integrate the results. I acknowledge that I agree to the terms of service below.

Important Notice for New York State residents

Food Allergies and the Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile

A Non-invasive Approach to Food Allergy Testing

food allergy at home testSimple to order. Take the test at home.
Clear & accurate results from a medical laboratory.
Free consultation to interpret your results.
No prescription needed.

Why choose the Bloodspot IgG Food Antibodies Profile?

From a simple finger prick, the Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibodies Profile offers a non-invasive alternative to a blood draw in determining IgG food allergy reactions. Responses to 30 different foods are tested, and responses are categorized by severity from borderline to mild, moderate, or severe on your report. view sample

Features of blood spot testing:

Accurately identify the source of your symptoms through testing.

IgG antibodies are associated with “delayed” allergic food reactions that can worsen or contribute to many different health problems. Food allergy sensitivities can occur at any age, triggering many different symptoms and contribute to a variety of disorders. From a simple finger prick, the Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile measures levels of IgG4 antibodies specific to 30 commonly offending foods. It clearly identifies those foods that may be causing health problems, helping to achieve positive outcomes sooner.

The Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile is a bloodspot (fingerprick) test that you can do yourself. It measures the total IgG levels that react to common food antigens.

With this test you can determine the primary cause of adverse food reactions. You get very useful data to design an appropriate diet that excludes major offending foods that make you feel bad.

Food allergies have been implicated in a wide range of medical conditions affecting virtually every part of the body- ranging from uncomfortable symptoms such as indigestion and gastritis, to severe illnesses such as celliac disease, arthritis, and chronic infection. Food allergies have been linked to central nervous system disorders including depression, anxiety, and chronic fatigue.

IgG antibodies are associated with delayed hypersensitivity reactions, which are the most difficult to detect.

These delayed or "hidden" food allergies can cause chronic symptoms. Since IgG allergic reactions occur several hours or days later, there may be no obvious association between food consumption and adverse reactions. Food IgG levels increase in response to the presence of food antigens in the bloodstream, particularly commonly eaten foods ( e.g. corn, wheat, soy, and eggs). IgG antibodies combine with specific food antigens to form immune complexes which are considered active agents in delayed allergic responses. The complexes can cause inflammatory reactions at various sites in the body ( e.g. small and large intestines, skin, kidney, ears, sinuses, head, lungs, and joints). Such allergic reactions are also associated with anxiety, depression, insomnia and irritability.

The frequency of food allergies and the number of persons affected has increased dramatically in the last few years. Adverse food reactions and food allergies are now reported in 25% of young children. Some practitioners now believe that food allergies are the leading cause of undiagnosed symptoms and that at least 60% of American suffer from symptoms due to adverse food reactions.

Common offending foods eaten frequently and typically hard to avoid:

In Addition, the Bloodspot IgG4 Food Antibody Profile will give results for antibody reactions to the following:

View a sample report.

How to Get the Test

Your functional test is ordered through me in my capacity as a Certified Nutritionist.

consultation sessions by phone and email to evaluate the results of your home functional health testUse our secure online shopping cart.

The test kit with full instructions will be sent to you within a few days. A small shipping and handling fee applies to orders under $200.

Collect the specimens at your convenience and send directly to the independent laboratory.

The test results are sent to me and I will forward a copy to you.

We then schedule a time to discuss the interpretations and implications of the results and possible nutritional and lifestyle treatment programs appropriate for you based on your test results.

You'll have the option of working with me further to treat your results and resolve the problems revealed in your testing. 

For questions and tests not available for order online, email maryann@evenstaronline.com

The main value of these tests is to enable us to more accurately and precisely implement preventive and wellness measures to increase your health and well-being and reduce your future risks of illness and degenerative conditions.

To Your Health,
Mary Ann Copson

The fee for the
The Bloodspot IgG Food Antibody Assay
functional health test is
$300

By clicking the "Add to Cart Button," you acknowledge that you agree to the terms of service below.