No. Food Allergies are a different type of immune reaction than a Food Intolerance. Therefore, they are tested differently. A Food Allergy is commonly tested using the "skin prick test" or perhaps blood work. There are many options to test Food Intolerances, ranging from “muscle testing”, simple blood work, complex bloodwork, trial-and-error, symptom charting and others. In my experience, there's a time and place for science.... especially for those that have been suffering for years and haven't yet found answers! The most effective way to get conclusive answers on the immune reaction that foods cause the body is by using the right type of lab that tests the maximum number of items.