Trying to discover the foods you are intolerant to yourself can be difficult, as the offending food may be consumed daily, so symptoms are ongoing. From a simple pin prick blood test, our laboratories will analyse your blood sample for food sensitivities through specific IgG antibody reactions, to discover the particular foods which are causing this toxic state.Upon discovery of the problematic foods, a detailed report is given to each client with a breakdown of all the foods tested and which category they fall into – “normal” “borderline” or “elevated”.
Laboratory testing is the only reliable and scientific way to test for food intolerance.
With over 25 years experience in blood Food Intolerance Testing and treatment, Fitzwilliam FoodTest offer 4 different food intolerance / food sensitivity tests
- €35 Indicator test
- 165 60 FoodTest * this has replaced the 40 food test *
- €255 93 FoodTest
- €340 200 FoodTest
- €180 Vegetarian FoodTest
Click on the above to see which foods are tested
Lorisian – set up in 1982 and sister company of York Test, Lorisian offer a range of tests depending on your budget
What Is Involved?
All tests involve taking a simple blood test for food intolerance which is a basic finger pin prick of blood, which takes about 10 minutes. The sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis and results are back within 2 weeks.
What Will I Receive?
You will receive a report detailing which foods fall into the “normal” category, which are showing a “borderline” reaction and those in the “avoid” category. We also offer further information on alternative foods, recipes, websites, where to shop and a follow up call. Another huge difference between food allergy and food intolerance is, an intolerance is not necessarily for life as it is possible to reduce or remove food intolerance’s.
Recommendations Before You Get Tested
We recommend our clients eat the following products for about 3-5 days before coming in for the test:
- Goat’s products – milk, cheese or yogurts
- Soya products – milk or yogurts
- Spelt bread
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