Discover your Food Intolerances
Easy to use home-to-laboratory test kit
Take our comprehensive food and drink intolerance test to find out whether you have a sensitivity to over 200 food and drink ingredients.
Knowing which foods you’re reacting to will enable you to optimise your lifestyle.
Simply take a finger-prick blood sample and return by post for testing.
We will receive your results within five working days of receipt of your sample at the laboratory. No social interaction is required.
Measures all four subtypes of food-specific IgG
A 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
Discuss your results with Katherine. One 30-minute consultation included.
Track your progress with a food and drink diary
Take the guesswork out of your diet
Contact Katherine (email: email@example.com, tel: 07908 442211) to make an initial enquiry and she will guide you through the next steps.
What is a food intolerance?
An intolerance occurs when the immune system identifies certain food proteins as ‘foreign’ and produces antibodies to fight them off – the resulting symptoms can include:
Food intolerances can be developed at any point in a person’s life. Significant changes to diet or lifestyle can change how the body deals with food. These changes can develop over a long period of time.
Prolonged exposure to harmful foods and drinks laden with saturated fats, salt and sugar – or, in other words, a long-term lack of essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients – can have a negative effect on the strength of the 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 from your diet that may be causing it to overwork.
When you consider that a weakened immune system leaves the body and mind exposed to a wide range of harmful conditions, you can see how the symptoms of food intolerances and those of other conditions may be linked.
YorkTest food intolerance, allergy and other test results are provided for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice. The results cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure medical or health conditions. If you are concerned about your symptoms then please contact your GP. Information on this website is for educational purposes only and you must never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it based on the information provided. YorkTest define Food Intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction