This simple at-home breath test measures hydrogen and methane levels to identify lactose intolerance.
This straightforward breath test is a simple way to confirm or rule out the presence of fructose intolerance.
In healthy individuals, fructose is broken down and absorbed, so little to no increase in breath hydrogen is observed. When fructose intolerance is present, breath hydrogen increases – sometimes patients are fructose intolerant but their breath hydrogen doesn’t increase, because it’s converted to methane.
Our test records and compares breath samples taken after fasting, and after drinking a fructose solution, measuring the presence of hydrogen and methane to assess fructose intolerance.