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The YorkTest FirstStep Test quickly determines whether IgG antibody reactions to foods and drinks are detected in your blood or not.
If you get a positive result then purchase the FoodScan Programme (£245†), Food&DrinkScan Programme (£289†) or IBS Diet Programme (£289†) to discover what foods you have reacted to.
If you get a negative result then you do not have food-specific IgG reactions present and therefore no further testing is required.
The new IBS Diet Programme includes analysis of IgG antibody reactions to more than 158 different food and drink ingredients. In addition this programme is specifically designed for IBS sufferers because it provides a personalised list of suitable low FODMAP foods which take into account your food and drink intolerances. The low FODMAP diet has been shown to be effective in reducing IBS symptoms.*
Our most complete programme, the YorkTest Food&DrinkScan Programme analyses your IgG antibody reactions to more than 158 different food and drink ingredients.
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