The test is designed to give a positive or a negative result that determines whether or not it is necessary to have a more detailed FoodPrint® test.
Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms.We can interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see a nutritionist or doctor for any necessary follow-up action.
FoodPrint® Indicator Test
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.