The FoodPrint Indicator test is designed to determine whether you have elevated food-specific IgG antibodies. If the indicator test returns a No response, it is unlikely that you have an IgG food sensitivity (intolerance).  However if the result is Yes, then upgrading to a more detailed food test would be recommended. This is in order to determine to which specific foods you have raised IgG antibodies.

Fitzwilliam Food Test defines food sensitivity (intolerance) as a food- specific IgG antibody reaction.

This is what it does:

  1. It only scans your blood to assess if you have the specific antibody markers for food intolerance.
  2. It does not tell you which foods you are intolerant to.
  3. A NEGATIVE result from the food sensitivity indicator test tells you that you do not have IgG mediated food sensitivity issues.
  4. A POSITIVE result tells you that you do suffer with IgG mediated food sensitivity issues.
  5. If you get a POSITIVE result from the food sensitivity indicator test, you can then progress to one of the bigger tests ( 93 food sensitivity test or 200 food sensitivity test) if you want to find the exact culprit foods.

The laboratory can run the full test from the blood sample already submitted for the food sensitivity indicator test(if ordered within six weeks of the blood collection).


Kit Details:

  1. This food test kit is approx 14 cm x 12 cm x 2 cm so it will pass through a standard letter box.
  2. It has the CE certification mark and it conforms with European regulation.

Kit Contents:

  1. Lancet for pricking the finger
  2. Bulbous head capillary tube for drawing up the blood sample
  3. Blood collection tube
  4. Transportation bottle to protect the blood sample in the blood collection tube during transportation
  5. Elastoplast to cover the wound
  6. Return envelope – Superstrong, Post Office Approved

Before taking  our food test, please read our Pre-Test Instructions.



  1. You will receive a copy  of your laboratory test result within two weeks of sending us your blood sample.
  2. It is our recommendation that you should bring these test results to the attention of your GP for their consideration