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IgG Food Intolerance Test

Original price $315.00 - Original price $315.00
Original price
$315.00 - $315.00
Current price $315.00

Food Intolerance Test (IgG) is an at-home test that measures your body’s immune response to over 200+ commonly eaten foods to help provide guidance on what types of food may be the best to choose for a temporary elimination diet. This test does not test for food allergies. Included is a personalized food report.

Reactivity to up to 200 foods

Finger prick sample collection

Test for common foods


This test uses ELISA based technology that measures IgG antibody levels to over 200 different foods. The panel includes the foods that are common to food intolerances, such as dairy, eggs, wheat, soybean, and nuts as well as goods that can lead to an insensitivity, but may not be suspected, such as cola nut, rice, sunflower, and sesame seeds. 

Sample requirement: blood sample (using provided lancet on a finger and deposited with the provided collection tube.) 

1. We will mail you the IgG Food Intolerance Test Kit.

2. Collect your blood sample by following the instructions provided within the kit. 

3. Mail your sample to the address provided within your kit. 

4. Receive your report and schedule a consultation with a practitioner if desired. 

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Results you can understand sent to your device!

Easy to Understand
Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. 

View a personalized report as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you!

Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report to help guide your next steps. 



• Food intolerance occurs when the body does not produce adequate enzymes to digest a particular food. 

• Some symptoms include: Sensitivity to food additives, irritable bowel syndrome, recurring stress or psychological factors, and lactose intolerance. 

• Food sensitivity is an immune-mediated response to some foods that may change over time. Food sensitivities can be triggered by environmental allergens and some medications cross reactivity within food groups.

•  Food allergies are common and occur when the body responds to food proteins with an abnormal IgE mediated hypersensitivity. Such sensitivity may impact numerous bodily organs. Wide ranges of symptoms could potentially follow. 

• Many young children have food allergies that they usually outgrow over time.

• It's important to note that a food intolerance can cause some of the same signs and symptoms as a food allergy. People often confuse the two. 

Yes, you can! However, it can be very difficult to identify the food(s) that are linked to the symptoms. IgG food sensitivities are typically a delayed reaction which means the symptoms may not appear for days, making it hard to identify the foods. Elimination diets are based on guesswork and can take a lot longer to determine which foods are causing the issue. 

However, a IgG Food Intolerance Test report provides quantitative results that can be used to help design an elimination diet. Firstly, eliminate foods with the highest results. Secondly, reintroduce foods with the lower results on the testing scale.  

We recommend retesting within 6-12 months after your initial test if symptoms have not improved. 

The IgG Food Intolerance test takes approximately 5 minutes to obtain your sample. Once your sample has been received by the lab, it will take the scientific team 5-10 working days to process your results.