I tried healthpath in desperation and it changed everything. If it wasn’t for healthpath, I may not have regained my health. Well worth the money. Thank you!!!
They live and breathe patient-centered care and have gone above and beyond for me at every point. I couldn’t recommend Healthpath enough, I genuinely do believe that this team saved my life.
Literally life-changing. The advice that came with my tests results has helped me to conquer a confidence-crushing long-term health condition, giving me back my health, confidence, and peace of mind.
Find out if foods are causing you problems with this painless, finger-prick blood test. We look at IgG antibodies to identify which foods you’re reacting to and—unlike many other providers—you’ll also receive a tailored plan based on your results.
We’re more than just a test. You can feel confident knowing that our practitioners review both your results and your symptoms to create a practical, easy-to-understand report.DOWNLOAD SAMPLE REPORT
It’s important to avoid low-cost, unreliable tests that rely on hair samples. Healthpath uses immunoassay microarray technology to identify IgG antibodies in the blood, which has a much stronger accuracy.
Select the number of foods you’d like to investigate:
A food IgG finger-prick test can identify if food plays a role.
What foods do you test for?
Full list of foods tested in the Ultimate Sensitivity Test, those marked * are included in the Essential Sensitivity Test.
Bean (Red Kidney)*
Bean (White Haricot)*
Take a quick and painless finger-prick blood test at home, and send back to the lab via our free returns.
Within 10 working days, you'll receive an easy-to-understand report with a breakdown of your food reactions and a personalised plan.
Your tailored practitioner plan includes a diet protocol to help reduce your symptoms in the short term and aid the repair of your gut, for an inclusive diet over the long term.
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Healthpath is great I finally feel like ive found somewhere with people that actually know what they are talking about and are able to answer most questions that you ask. They also give you a diet plan to work from im still swapping and changing things on it as different things can trigger symptoms but so far so good they have already done more for me in a couple of months than the doctors have in years. They have some lovely staff Well done team healthpath keep up the good work
Yes, we believe there is real value in food sensitivity testing if you know how to interpret the results. Rather than focusing on specific foods, it can be helpful to look at the overall picture presented by the results. If you find you’re sensitive to lots of foods, for example, it could mean that your gut health needs addressing. You may also wish to consider the Leaky Gut Test and the Gut Health Test. Feel free to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like further guidance.
Not necessarily. If you find you have lots of foods in the ‘red’, it can be more helpful to focus on improving your gut health rather than subjecting yourself to extreme dietary restrictions. Your food intolerance test report will explain this in full detail. If you’d like to know more, feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com
People who feel they’re reactive to lots of foods may find this test helpful. If can also be helpful for people who suspect they have food sensitivities but can’t seem to establish any pattern to their symptoms.
At the moment we only ship to UK addresses. If you have a special request, feel free to get in touch.
1 x food sensitivity test instructions
1 x sample transport tube
1 x sterile swab
2 x sticking plasters
1 x blood collection tube
2 x safety lancets
1 x disposal bag
1 x clam-pack
1 x request form
1 x prepaid return envelope
This test may be affected by immunosuppressant medications. However, you must not stop any medications in order to take this test. Please speak to your GP first.
You must follow your normal diet before taking the food intolerance test. However, if there’s a food that you’ve avoided for more than 3 months but which you would like tested (e.g. cow’s milk), reintroduce that food. Eat one portion of the food daily for a week before taking the test. For more information, see the test instructions.
Pregnant women should not take this test as their immune system is suppressed. It should be fine to take the test 4–6 weeks after giving birth.
Your results will be posted on your online account a maximum of 10 working days after you return your samples, though it’s often sooner.
Simply log in to your Healthpath account here and click ‘Tests’. You’ll be able to access your results and personalised recommendations 10 working days after returning your samples (sometimes sooner).
Functional tests are highly specialised and currently not offered through the NHS. At present, the only option is to pay for them privately. We appreciate you want to spend your money wisely, which is why we only offer tests that are genuinely helpful.
All your results data is accompanied by clear, jargon-free explanations. Our practitioners also review all results, providing personalised recommendations that are easy-to-follow and specific to you.
It’s possible, though you’ll need to check the details of your insurance to see what’s included.
At the time of purchase, you will only be charged for the first payment. On the same day of the following month your card will be charged the second payment and so on for each remaining month of the purchase plan.
To be eligible, you must own a Visa or Mastercard credit or debit card and have the entire amount of your purchase available on your card at the time of authorisation.
Debit cards have a maximum transaction value of £400 per transaction. If you require to spend over this amount, you may carry out two transactions. Credit cards have no maximum.
Splitit works by pre-authorising you payment card and then splitting the payment down into monthly charges. There is no extra charge for this service.
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