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Kate Young, BSc

Lab Manager

Education Leicester University

Credentials BSc

Personal History

Kate Young joined Allergy Testing in 2020 after working in private laboratories in Japan for 15 years as a Clinical Bio Scientist and embryologist. As Lab Manager, Kate works on IVDR and GLP accreditation.

Posts by Kate Young:

Tomato Intolerance: What is the cause?

Tomato Intolerance. What causes your intolerance symptoms? If you have a tomato intolerance, then every time you eat a tomato, you will experience symptoms like a bloated stomach, a headache, and a runny nose. But why does this happen? This page will explain why you may be having to experience these symptoms and why a tomato […]

Ulcerative Colitis and Food Intolerances

What is Ulcerative Colitis? Ulcerative colitis is a horrible inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation and ulcers along the digestive tract. Symptoms such as diarrhoea, abdominal pain, rectal pain and weight loss, usually develop and worsen over time, rather than suddenly. Recent studies have indicated that a diet guided by IgG food intolerance testing can help manage […]

Almond Intolerance: What does that mean?

Do you think you have an almond intolerance? What should you do if you think you have an intolerance to almond? Food intolerance is a set of specific symptoms which arise within your body after you eat a specific food. If certain symptoms arise every time you eat almonds then it is likely that you have […]

Foods To Boost Your Immune System

Staying healthy should always be top of mind, though many of us simply put it the back of our minds to focus on other things.  It’s totally normal as soon as you become independent, but now’s the time to take a look around at the world and see that it really is your choice to […]

Egg Allergies: Symptoms, Diet and Testing

Some allergies are more common than others.  One of the most common to learn about is an egg allergy.  This is typically heard about with children, though it can persist into adulthood, and it can even be an adult on-set allergy (these cases are becoming more and more common as time goes on).  If you […]

Should You Be Going Gluten Free?

Living your life free of discomfort from “bad” food doesn’t need to be rocket science.  It also doesn’t need to take you 5 years to do properly.  The nugget of information surrounding living better and healthier is almost embarrassingly simple: get support from established institutions.  It doesn’t mean you need to spend countless hours at […]

5 Wheat Allergy Symptoms You Might Be Missing

When we think of allergies, we think of the suddenly appearing rash, the gasping, and the fainting that we expect from watching too many movies or TV shows. This is true for some people, of course, but there are milder symptoms that can be missed completely and causing you harm and damage without even realizing it. […]

The Language of Cells Could Be The Code to Allergies

It’s nice to think that we can simply put our trust in the medical field blindly when it comes to treatment for personal health problems, but the reality is that there are a lot of things that are still being developed and understood about the human body.  One of the mysterious functions still being researched […]