How does the test work?
The CNS FoodPrint® Indicator test utilises a new, state of the art immunoassay based on microarray technology to detect food-specific IgG antibodies.
As developers of the first food IgG antibody test in the UK, CNS is the acknowledged experts in all aspects of IgG detection.
The FoodPrint® Indicator test is carried out on a blood sample collected from a finger-prick into a blood collection tube. The test is designed to determine if you have elevated food-specific IgG antibody levels. If the Indicator test is negative it is unlikely that you react to certain foods. However, if the result is positive it is necessary to have a more detailed FoodPrint® test to determine which foods you are most reactive to.
Choose from a comprehensive range of FoodPrint® food lists:
Upgrading from the Indicator test to another FoodPrint® test is straightforward and cost-effective. When you upgrade the cost of the Indicator test will be deducted from your upgrade.
Sample requirements and test turnaround
A simple pin-prick blood sample is all that's required.
Results are available within 10 working days of sample receipt.