September 28, 2006
Easy Screening Test for Food Allergies
ALCAT Worldwide Introduces Fingerstick Screen for Food Allergy Testing
Wednesday September 27, 8:05 am ET
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- ALCAT Laboratories, a division of Cell Science Systems, has launched the 20 Food Fingerstick Reflex Test to their product line. This reliable food intolerance test is now the most convenient and affordable way to check for food sensitivities. The test panel scans for apples, barley, beef, broccoli, cane sugar, carrot, corn, cow's milk, garlic, gluten, lemon, orange, peanut, pork, rice, soybean, sweet potato, tomato, tuna and turkey.
"Taking an active role in your own healthcare has never been easier," said Lee J. Rolnick, ALCAT's Director of Sales and Marketing. The kit includes everything needed for at-home testing including a pre-paid Federal Express Clinical Pack with easy to use instructions.
In addition to the 20 Food Fingerstick Screen, the laboratory also offers sensitivity testing for over 150 additional foods, environmental chemicals, molds, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications and even food additives and food colorings.
In the October 2006 issue of The Health Sciences Institute (HSI) newsletter "Members Alert," the ALCAT Test® was reviewed in depth by writer Alicia Potee. " ... we've given you several updates," wrote Potee, "explaining the science behind the test a little further and sharing the stellar results coming in from HSI members ... "
The 20 Food Fingerstick Reflex Test costs $99 plus shipping and handling and laboratory results are returned within 10 business days. All tests can be ordered over the phone or via the website and administered in the privacy of the home by contacting ALCAT at 800-872-5228 (US ALCAT) or www.alcat.com.
Posted by David at September 28, 2006 2:03 PM