IgG Food Intolerance Testing

IgG food intolerance testing is well established as a method of investigating possible dietary triggers for a number of complaints. We do advise that this test only be performed after trying simple food elimination tests.


There is now a large collection of published and good quality research which highlights the potential benefits of removing IgG reactive foods from our diets.

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Our food intolerance test uses the Brunel Health Capillary Collect method, a very simple way of collecting a blood sample, requiring only 3-5 drops of blood. The sample is then sent to the Brunel Health laboratory where it is then tested for reactions to 134 food and drink  ingredients.


Results are available within 3 working days of the laboratory receiving the sample and a 12 page report will be available to you with your results including a detailed graph showing your reactions in the following categories:

Grains & Staples  -  Dairy & Eggs  -  Protein Supplements  -  Fruits  -  Vegetables  -  Herbs, Spices & Oils  -  Meat & Seafood  -  Nuts, Seeds & Beans  -  Drinks  -  Others

About Food Intolerance

It is estimated that food intolerance* could affect more than 9 million adults in the UK alone**. Food intolerances have been linked to problems such as:



IBS & Bloating  -  Skin Problems  -  Joint Pain  -  Headaches & Migraines  -  Thyroid conditions



There is now a wealth of independent published research looking at IgG food reactions, this research shows positive improvements in a variety of conditions once IgG reactive foods are identified and removed from the diet.


Discover your unique trigger foods and take control of your food intolerance, with a Food Intolerance Test from Weymouth Chiropractic Clinic and Brunel Health.

* Brunel Health and Weymouth Chiropractic Clinic define food intolerance as a food specific IgG antibody reaction.

** The figure is based upon research from Zopf, Yurdagul et al. "The Differential Diagnosis of Food Intolerance." Deutches Arzteblatt International 106.21 (2009)

The cost for this service is £189 to include consultation, laboratory tests and a report of your findings.

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