Secretor Status Collection Kit - International edition for use in countries outside the USA, including the UK & EU
Are you an 'advanced’ Blood Type Diet® devotee? Or, do you have reason to want to be even more strict in adhering to the diet for other health reasons? If you wish to refine your diet even further, use this very latest DNA test to determine YOUR Secretor Status. Not sure what this means? See our post explaining the differences between Secretors and Non-secretors here...
You may already know your blood type, but did you know that some people secrete their blood type antigen into other body fluids such as saliva and tears? Scientists have determined that your secretor status (secretor or non-secretor) plays a profound role in your health and susceptibility to certain diseases including: diabetes, autoimmune diseases, fungal infections, and a host of other chronic health concerns. Knowing your secretor type empowers you to further refine your Blood Type Diet® and take strategic control of your own wellness and lifestyle choices.
Our single-use test Secretor Status Test Kit uses the latest in SNP genotyping to determine your FUT2 secretor status (secretor, or non-secretor). Simply swipe the cotton swab provided in the test kit along the inside of your cheek, insert the swab into our convenient packaging, attach the label, and send the specimen to the lab.
Order now and be empowered to change your genetic destiny!
PLEASE NOTE: This product is available for purchase in the United Kingdmo and Europe, but your sample must be posted, at your expense, to the laboratory in the USA for analysis. You will receive your results within 21 business days from receipt.
Meanwhile the "Lewis blood group test" for Secretor Status option is accurate for 95% of the population. For 95% of people, their test results are either Lewis a+ b- meaning that they are non-secretors, or Lewis a- b+ meaning that they are secretors. The 5% of people who test Lewis a- b- known as "Lewis Double Negative" can be either secretors or non-secretors and so therefore need to perform the DNA test above to determine their secretor status.