Some food intolerances are caused by an enzyme deficiency or chemical sensitivity, while others are an immune response caused by food specific IgG antibodies.
Find Out If You Have IgG Antibody Reactions To Foods.
We will give you a test kit to do in the comfort of home or we can send you a test kit in the post. You simply take a few drops of blood from a finger prick using the kit we send you. You put the sample into the pre paid special envelope and collection kit provided and pop it in the post, the same day with the order form. Your blood sample will be sent to Cambridge Nutritional Sciences, a leading European laboratory who have been providing food intolerance testing for over 25 years. The laboratory team will carry out the tests and send you the results by email within 10 days.
Along with your results you will receive a brochure (in pdf form) on how to change your diet, as well as support, or if you have an questions just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to answer them for you.
How It Works:
Step 1 - Email email@example.com or call 01604 211443 and we will send you a test kit
Step 2 - You will receive your test kit in the post. Follow the simple instructions to collect a few drops of blood.
Step 3 - Choose how many foods you would like tested (see section below), then complete your order form and put the sample in the pre-paid envelope (UK only) and send it back to the laboratory.
Step 4 - You will receive your results by email, typically within 10 working days.
To choose how many foods you would like tested and prices see below:
Gliadin: A glycoprotein (a carbohydrate plus a protein) within gluten. Gliadin is found in wheat and some other grains, including oats, rye, barley, and millet. People with coeliac disease, Crohn’s disease, and other conditions may be sensitive to gliadin in the diet. In these conditions, antibodies to gliadin can often be detected in the blood.
** alpha-lactalbumin is an important whey protein in cow’s milk
*** beta-lactoglobulin is the major whey protein of cow’s milk