About Food Intolerance

This build-up of toxic, undigested food within the intestines will irritate the gut wall making it permeable.  This allows undigested foods and toxins to make their way into the bloodstream. These toxins are then carried throughout the body and may cause infection, inflammation and may trigger autoimmune disease.

If the problem foods can be identified accurately and removed from the diet, there will be a very significant improvement in health.

This food test will guide your food elimination diet and consequently, help you to find the particular foods that are causing this toxic state.

Fitzwilliam Food Test Clinic  Dublin defines food sensitivity (intolerance) as a food -specific IgG Antibody reaction.  Please note that food allergy is totally different to food intolerance.

Before Taking A Food Sensitivity Test

This test works by measuring your response to food so it is important to eat a broad range of foods beforehand.

Click here for the list of foods tested on our 93 food test and our 200 food test

Do not eat any food which has already caused a severe reaction without first getting a medical opinion.

Consult your GP before booking a food sensitivity test.

Follow Up After Taking the Test

To get the best results from your test report you will need to have your progress supervised over an extended period of time. We recommend that this is best done by your own general practitioner.

Your GP may in turn refer you to a  nutritionist who can monitor and assess your progress into the future and offer long term nutritional support.

Test Variations

93 Food Test : €255

  1. This test checks for 93 of the most common foods that can cause an intolerance reaction.

Click below for a full list of foods tested.

200 Food Test : €340

This test checks for 200 of the most common foods that can cause an intolerance reaction.

This test :

  1. Checks for 200 of the most common foods that can cause an intolerance reaction
  2. The “Low Grade Inflammation Test”  comes free of charge with the 200 test

Click below for a full list of foods tested.