IgG Antibodies to 60 Foods
When large fragments of food (‘antigens’) pass through the gut wall, your immune system creates IgG antibodies to attach to them. These antigen-antibody complexes are deposited in body tissues, where they contribute to a range of symptoms.
Use the easy, at-home test kit to collect a blood sample.
Return the sample to the lab for analysis and discover which foods may be problematic for you.
Receive a report with tailored advice and resources to help you create a way of eating that works for you.
We aim to process and ship orders same day where possible. Please note all orders received after 3.30 pm on a Monday to Thursday will be processed and sent out the next working day.
Friday orders after 3.30pm will be shipped on the following Monday. For next day courier delivery orders must be received by 1.00pm.
For orders placed on Friday before 1.00pm requiring a next day courier you have 2 options; Next Day Saturday which incurs a premium charge or Next Day Standard which will be delivered on the following Monday.
Orders placed after 1.00pm via the courier option will be processed on Monday for Tuesday delivery.
Please note we do not process orders on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.
A simple, at-home test kit
Pre-paid return envelope
Easy-to-understand test reports
Personalised nutrition and lifestyle advice
1 x test instructions
1 x sample transport tube
1 x sterile swab
2 x sticking plasters
1 x blood collection tube
2 x safety lancets
1 x disposal bag
1 x clam-pack
1 x request form
1 x prepaid return envelope
To make your test results as accurate as possible, it’s important you follow these guidelines.
Do NOT perform the test if
you’re taking immunosuppressant drugs
Do NOT discontinue any medications in order to take the test. You can take a test 4–6 weeks after giving birth.
Follow your normal diet before you take the test.
If there’s a food that you’ve avoided for more than 3 months but which you would like tested (e.g. cow’s milk), reintroduce that food. Eat one portion of the food daily for a week before taking the test. Do NOT eat anything to which you have a known allergy.