Food Intolerance Test

Optimise your lifestyle with our support, knowing which foods you’re reacting to.

Unlike some allergies, food intolerances aren’t life-threatening. However, they can be very problematic for those affected. Food intolerances and sensitivities are extremely common and seem to be on the rise. According to some estimates, they may affect 15–20% of the population.

While a food allergy results from an immune system reaction to a specific food, food intolerances usually involve the digestive system, not the immune system. A person with a food intolerance will often experience discomfort soon after eating certain foods. While symptoms of food intolerances vary, they most often involve the digestive system, skin and respiratory system.

Common symptoms of food intolerance include:







Abdominal pain


When you have a food intolerance, symptoms usually begin within a few hours of eating the food that you are intolerant to. Yet, symptoms can be delayed by up to 48 hours and last for hours or even days, making the offending food especially difficult to pinpoint. What’s more, if you frequently consume foods that you are intolerant to, it may be difficult to correlate symptoms to a specific food.


Unlike other tests on the market, we measure all four subtypes of food-specific IgG (1-4) compared to some which test only for IgG4. This is important as it ensures all of the different food-specific IgG reactions are detected.


Your gut is home to 70% of your immune system. You can support your gut health by reducing your “immune load”, and removing ingredients that may be causing it to overwork from your diet.


Taking a test can help you to take control of your overall health! Within 7 days, you’ll receive your very own ‘food fingerprint’ and you’ll finally know which food and drinks you’re intolerant to. Our results offer a fast track or starting point for an elimination diet. The tests are aimed at those that may have food intolerances, and those who want to optimise their diets by avoiding any foods that they are reacting to. 

3 simple steps to identify if common foods are causing your symptoms

What we test for

Almond, Beef, Coffee, Cow’s Milk, Egg White, Egg Yolk, Gluten, Oat, Peanut, Pork, Tea, Wheat, Yeast
Acai Berry, Burdock Root, Chamomille, Coffee, Cow’s Milk, Elderberry, Elderflower Mix, Ginseng (Korean), Ginseng (Siberian), Goat’s Milk Grape (Cabernet Sauvignon), Grape (Chardonnay), Grape (Concord), Grape (Malbec), Grape (Merlot), Grape (Pinot Grigio), Grape (Pinot Noir), Grape (Red Zinfandel Mix), Grape (Riesling), Grape (Sauvignon Blanc), Grape (Syrah/Shiraz), Grape (White Zinfandel), Green Tea, Guarana, Hibiscus, Rooibos, Rosehip, Sheep’s Milk, Tea
Abalone, Anchovy, Cod, Crab, Cuttlefish, Eel, Haddock, Herring, Lobster, Mackerel, Mussel, Oyster, Plaice, Prawn, Salmon, Sardines, Scallops, Shrimp, Sole, Trout, Tuna, Vendance
Apple, Apricot, Avocado, Bilberry, Blackberry, Blackcurrant, Blueberry, Boysenberry, Cherry, Cloudberry, Coconut, Cranberry, Cucumber, Gogi Berry, Grapefruit, Kiwi, Lime, Lingonberry, Lychee, Mango, Mulberry, Olive, Orange, Papaya, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Pomegranate, Prune, Pumpkin, Raspberry, Strawberry, Tamarind, Tomato
Buckwheat, Corn (Maize), Dinkel Flour (Spelt), Gliadin (Gluten), Hops, Malt, Millet, Oat, Quinoa, Rice, Wheat, Wheatgrass
Agar Agar, Anise Seed, Basil, Bayleaf, Cardamom, Cassia, Chilli Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Cumin Curry Leaves/Curry Powder, Dill, Garlic, Ginger, Jasmine, Juniper berry, Lemongrass, Mint, Mustard Seed, Nutmeg Paprika, Parsley, Peppercorn, Saffron, Sage, Thyme Turmeric, Vanilla
Beef, Chicken, Deer, Duck, Goat, Lamb, Pheasant, Pork, Turkey
Agave, Almond, Aloe Vera, Bamboo, Brazil Nut, Carob, Cashew Nut, Chia Seed, Chickpea, Cocoa Bean, Cola Nut, Flax (Linseed), Hazelnut, Hemp, Nettle, Oak, Okra, Peanut, Rocket (Arugula), Sesame Seed, Seaweed, Spirulina, Sunflower Seed, Tamarind, Tapioca, Walnut
Asparagus, Aubergine (Eggplant), Bean sprouts, Beetroot, Bok choi, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery, Haricot Bean, Kale, Kidney Bean, Lentils, Lettuce, Lotus Root, Mushroom, Onion, Parsnip, Pea, Peppers (Capsicum), Potato, Rhubarb, Soybean, Spinach, String Bean, Swede, Sweet Potato, Turnip, Water chestnut