How can we help those with a Dairy Intolerance? | Blog | Sensitivity Check

Dairy intolerance affects the majority of people around the UK. The key to the treatment of this condition lies in understanding how the enzyme lactase tends to function, and how it is manufactured in the body. If a patient shows the signs of Dairy intolerance constantly, an intolerance test might be necessary. Find out about how Sensitivity Check can help you deal with your intolerances.

Individual Test

Our most comprehensive test for dairy intolerances and other food intolerances. Using the latest in biotechnology, our labs offer tests to countries all over the world and supply a variety of tests for different needs. With a small team of experts working 24 hours a day, 5 days a week to offer a great service that ensures you don’t have to wait to be healthy. At Sensitivity Check, we will also give guidance on how your individual intolerances can be reduced or even eliminated completely.

Is there a test for Dairy Intolerance?

Not completely, but there is a wide range of tests on offer from Sensitivity Check which can help you to identify whether or not you have a dairy intolerance. Each test that you can purchase from Sensitivity Check includes a completely free 19-page comprehensive guide which will further explain your results and help you to feel better faster with easy to follow hints and tips from our team of nutritionists.

Should you buy one of our tests?

Of course, we think you should. Especially if you are experiencing symptoms which are often related to a food intolerance. Having completed a variety of tests, we are proud of the customer journey that we offer. If you are consuming anything dairy related and then experiencing headaches, bloating or even a runny nose, then you should definitely consider a test for intolerances.

Should you have any questions about how we can help you, then please head over to and chat with our Customer Service advisors so you can find out more. We hope to see you soon!

This article was written by Kate, our Lab Manager

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