The 200 Food Intolerance Test

£345.00

This is our most comprehensive test. In addition to all of the foods tested in the 40, 60 and 120 Foods Tests this test checks for another 60 foods including buffalo milk, casein, whey, quinoa and blueberries.

Foods Tested

Grains

 

Amaranth, Barley, Buckwheat,
Corn (Maize), Couscous, Durum Wheat,
Gliadin, Malt, Millet,
Oat, Quinoa, Rice,
Rye, Spelt, Tapioca,
Wheat, Wheat Bran

*Gliadin: A glycoprotein (a carbohydrate plus a protein) within gluten. Gliadin is found in wheat and some other grains, including oats, rye, barley, and millet. People with coeliac disease, Crohn’s disease, and other conditions may be sensitive to gliadin in the diet. In these conditions, antibodies to gliadin can often be detected in the blood.

Dairy

 

Alpha-Lactalbumin  Beta-Lactoglobulin  Casein
 Egg White  Egg Yolk  Milk (Buffalo )
 Milk (Cow)  Milk (Goat)  Milk (Sheep)

 

** alpha-lactalbumin is an important whey protein in cow’s milk
*** beta-lactoglobulin is the major whey protein of cow’s milk

Meat
 Beef  Chicken  Duck
 Horse  Lamb  Ostrich
 Partridge  Pork  Quail
 Rabbit  Turkey  Veal
 Venison  Wild Boar
Fish/Shellfish
 Anchovy  Bass  Carp
 Caviar  Clam  Cockle
 Cod  Crab  Cuttlefish
 Eel  Haddock  Hake
 Herring  Lobster  Mackerel
 Monkfish  Mussel  Octopus
 Oyster  Perch  Pike
 Plaice  Salmon  Sardine
 Scallop  Sea Bream (Gilthead)  Shrimp / Prawn
 Sole  Squid   Swordfish
 Trout  Tuna  Turbot
Vegetables
 Artichoke  Asparagus  Aubergine
 Bean (Broad)  Bean (Green)  Bean (Red Kidney)
 Bean (White Haricot)  Beetroot  Broccoli
 Brussel Sprout  Cabbage (Red)  Cabbage (Savoy/White)
 Caper  Carrot  Cauliflower
 Celery  Chard  Chickpea
 Chicory  Cucumber  Fennel (Leaf)
 Leek  Lentil  Lettuce
 Marrow  Onion  Pea
 Pepper (Green/Red/Yellow)  Potato  Radish
 Rocket  Shallot  Soya Bean
 Spinach  Squash (Butternut/ Carnival)  Sweet Potato
 Tomato  Turnip  Watercress
 Yuca
Fruit
 Apple  Apricot  Avocado
 Banana  Blackberry  Blackcurrant
 Blueberry  Cherry  Cranberry
 Date  Fig  Grape (Black/Red/White)
 Grapefruit  Guava  Kiwi
 Lemon  Lime  Lychee
 Mango  Melon (Galia/Honeydew)  Mulberry
 Nectarine  Olive  Orange
 Papaya  Peach  Pear
 Pineapple  Plum   Pomegranate
 Raisin  Raspberry  Redcurrant
 Rhubarb  Strawberry  Tangerine
 Watermelon
Herbs and Spices
 Aniseed  Basil  Bayleaf
 Camomile  Cayenne  Chilli (Red)
 Cinnamon  Clove  Coriander (Leaf)
 Cumin  Curry (Mixed Spices)  Dill
 Garlic  Ginger  Ginseng
 Hops  Liquorice  Marjoram
 Mint  Mustard Seed  Nettle
 Nutmeg  Parsley  Peppercorns (Black/White)
 Peppermint  Rosemary  Saffron
 Sage  Tarragon  Thyme
 Vanilla
Nuts and Seeds
 Almond  Brazil Nut  Cashew Nut
 Coconut  Flax Seed  Hazelnut
 Macadamia Nut  Peanut  Pine Nut
 Pistachio  Rapeseed  Sesame Seed
 Sunflower Seed  Tiger Nut  Walnut
Other
  Agar Agar  Aloe Vera  Carob
 Chestnut  Cocoa Bean  Coffee
 Mushroom  Tea (Black)  Tea (Green)
 Yeast (baker’s)  Yeast (brewer’s)

Foods Tested

Grains
 Amaranth  Barley
 Buckwheat  Corn (Maize)
 Couscous  Durum Wheat
 Gliadin (Gluten)  Malt
 Millet  Oat
 Quinoa  Rice
 Rye  Spelt
 Tapioca  Wheat
 Wheat Bran

 

*Gliadin: A glycoprotein (a carbohydrate plus a protein) within gluten. Gliadin is found in wheat and some other grains, including oats, rye, barley, and millet. People with coeliac disease, Crohn’s disease, and other conditions may be sensitive to gliadin in the diet. In these conditions, antibodies to gliadin can often be detected in the blood.

Dairy
 Alpha-Lactalbumin  Beta- Lactoglobulin
 Casein  Egg White
 Egg Yolk  Milk (Buffalo )
 Milk (Cow)  Milk (Goat)
 Milk (Sheep)

 

** alpha-lactalbumin is an important whey protein in cow’s milk
*** beta-lactoglobulin is the major whey protein of cow’s milk

Meat
 Beef  Chicken
 Duck  Horse
 Lamb  Ostrich
 Partridge  Pork
 Quail  Rabbit
 Turkey  Veal
 Venison  Wild Boar
Fish/Shellfish
 Anchovy  Bass
 Carp  Caviar
 Clam  Cockle
 Cod  Crab
 Cuttlefish  Eel
 Haddock  Hake
 Herring  Lobster
 Mackerel  Monkfish
 Mussel  Octopus
 Oyster  Perch
 Pike  Plaice
 Salmon  Sardine
 Scallop  Sea Bream (Gilthead)
 Shrimp /Prawn  Sole
 Squid   Swordfish
 Trout  Tuna
 Turbot
Vegetables
 Artichoke  Asparagus
 Aubergine  Bean (Broad)
 Bean (Green)  Bean (Red Kidney)
 Bean (White Haricot)  Beetroot
 Broccoli  Brussel Sprout
 Cabbage (Red)  Cabbage (Savoy /White)
 Caper  Carrot
 Cauliflower  Celery
 Chard  Chickpea
 Chicory  Cucumber
 Fennel (Leaf)  Leek
 Lentil  Lettuce
 Marrow  Onion
 Pea  Pepper (Green / Red / Yellow)
 Potato  Radish
 Rocket  Shallot
 Soya Bean  Spinach
 Squash (Butternut/ Carnival)  Sweet Potato
 Tomato  Turnip
 Watercress  Yuca
Fruit
 Apple Apricot
 Avocado Banana
 Blackberry Blackcurrant
 Blueberry Cherry
 Cranberry Date
 Fig Grape (Black /Red/ White)
 Grapefruit Guava
 Kiwi Lemon
 Lime Lychee
 Mango Melon (Galia /Honeydew)
 Mulberry Nectarine
 Olive Orange
 Papaya Peach
 Pear Pineapple
 Plum Pomegranate
 Raisin Raspberry
 Redcurrant Rhubarb
 Strawberry Tangerine
 Watermelon
Herbs and Spices
 Aniseed  Basil
 Bayleaf  Camomile
 Cayenne  Chilli (Red)
 Cinnamon  Clove
 Coriander (Leaf)  Cumin
 Curry (Mixed Spices)  Dill
 Garlic  Ginger
 Ginseng  Hops
 Liquorice  Marjoram
 Mint  Mustard Seed
 Nettle  Nutmeg
 Parsley  Peppercorns (Black / White)
 Peppermint  Rosemary
 Saffron  Sage
 Tarragon  Thyme
 Vanilla
Nuts and Seeds
 Almond  Brazil Nut
 Cashew Nut  Coconut
 Flax Seed  Hazelnut
 Macadamia Nut  Peanut
 Pine Nut  Pistachio
 Rapeseed  Sesame Seed
 Sunflower Seed  Tiger Nut
 Walnut  
Other
 Agar Agar  Aloe Vera
 Carob  Chestnut
 Cocoa Bean  Coffee
 Mushroom  Tea (Black)
 Tea (Green)  Yeast (baker’s)
 Yeast (brewer’s)

Your food intolerance test is dispatched directly from the laboratory. 

 

You will receive:

  • A prepaid return envelope (UK, not including NI)
  • Customer details form
  • Two single-use lancets
  • One blood collection tube
  • One transport tube
  • Two adhesive plasters
  • One sterile swab

Food intolerance, allergy and other test results are provided for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice. The results cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure medical or health conditions. If you are concerned about your symptoms then please contact your GP. Information on this website is for educational purposes only and you must never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it based on the information provided. We define Food Intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction. If you haven’t eaten a particular food at all for more than 6 weeks it may not be picked up by the test.

The images of the test kit packaging are for illustrative purposes only. The actual test kit packaging will be different.