The FoodPrint Indicator test is designed to determine whether an individual has elevated food-specific IgG antibodies. If the Indicator test is negative, it is unlikely that they have an IgG food intolerance. However, if the result is positive, then upgrading to a more detailed FoodPrint test would be recommended, in order to determine to which specific foods the individual has raised IgG antibodies.
The cheapest of the FoodPrint range and includes some of the most common foods such as wheat, gluten, yeast, soya and dairy.£111.60
The CNS FoodPrint® 40+ service utilises state of the art immunoassay microarray technology to detect food-specific...
In addition to all the foods included in the FoodPrint 40+ and 60+ this test also includes foods such as sheep's milk, buckwheat, mackerel, venison, tomato, cocoa, tea and coffee.£211.20
The CNS FoodPrint® 120+ service utilises state of the art immunoassay microarray technology to detect...
This FoodPrint panel has been specifically designed to identify whether an individual has raised IgG antibodies to 32 of the most commonly consumed herbs and spices.£111.60
Diets can include a mixture of foods from around the world. Some of these dishes...