Fitzwilliam FoodTest

High Sensitivity IgG Antibody Tests to Guide the Elimination Diet (previously known as Food Intolerance)


York / Lorisian Tests

For more information on Lorisian or York tests – please email or telephone the clinic


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 1/2 weeks.


What Will I Receive?

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”.

We also offer further information on alternative foods, recipes, websites, where to shop and a follow up call. 


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


Do They Work?

Yes! But don’t just take my word for it, take a look at how food sensitivity testing changed my client’s lives here


How To Order

For clinic appointments or general enquiries please phone 0866016701 Office hours : 9AM to 5PM, Monday – Friday.

Complete our booking form by clicking here and a member of our team will be in touch.


Health & Nutrition support the HPRA recommendation:

Consult your GP before booking a food intolerance test.

Laboratory testing is the only reliable and scientific way to test for food intolerance.