Pinner Test Review: Food Intolerance Test (Part 2-Results)
The Results of My Pinner Test
Thank you for checking out Part 2 of my Pinner Test review (if you missed out on Part 1 of my Pinner Test review, you can read it by clicking here). I received the results from Pinnertest, via email, a little bit before the promised two-week delivery timeframe. I have made the full report available for download here. Remember, you can use our Pinner Test coupon code GLUTENFREE to get a $60 Pinnertest discount.
Analysis of Results
The 17-page report provided by Pinnertest is composed of four parts: Introduction, Detailed Analysis, Useful Information About Intolerable Foods, and Q&A.
The results of my Pinner Test confirmed that I have food intolerances which are contributing to my gastrointestinal and physical ailments. I am very relieved to know this information, and I look forward to seeing if eliminating the offending foods improves my condition. The report told me that I have a slight intolerance to chicken and onions, a moderate intolerance to cow’s milk (protein), and a severe intolerance to cucumbers. This would explain why my stomach sounded like there was a fireworks display going on inside of it after eating a cucumber and onion salad.
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