• 200 food. At home, finger prick intolerance test.
    
    Easy To Use Home-To-Laboratory Test Kit
    
    Take our most comprehensive food and drink intolerance* test to find out whether you have a sensitivity to over 200 food and drink ingredients. Simply take a finger-prick blood sample and return by post for testing. Receive your results within 5 days of receipt of your sample! No social interaction required.
    
    Optimise your lifestyle with our support, knowing which foods you’re reacting to.
    
    Measures all four subtypes of food-specific IgG
    Simple finger-prick blood test
    Receive expert, accurate analysis from our fully-accredited laboratory technicians
    Results listed in easy-to-read traffic light values: high, borderline, and normal reactivity
    Customers must be aged 18 years or over to take this test. This test is not available to customers who are pregnant or breastfeeding
    
    The common symptoms of a food intolerance are:
    
    Joint pain & arthritis
    Digestive issues, IBS symptoms and bloating
    Migraines & headaches
    Nausea
    Skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne
    Tiredness & fatigue
    Issues with weight management
    
    Take The Guesswork Out Of Your Diet
    
    Unlike other tests on the market, we measure all four subtypes of food-specific IgG (1-4) compared to some which test only for IgG4. This is important as it ensures all of the different food-specific IgG reactions are detected.
    
    IMPROVE YOUR GUT HEALTH AND IMMUNE SYSTEM
    
    Your gut is home to 70% of your immune system. You can support your gut health by reducing your “immune load”, and removing ingredients that may be causing it to overwork from your diet.
    
    TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WELLBEING
    
    Taking a test can help you to take control of your overall health! Within 7 days, you’ll receive your very own ‘food fingerprint’ and you’ll finally know which food and drinks you’re intolerant* to.
    
    See images in the shop for the 200 foods that are tested.