Our first TV advert is here!
We’re absolutely delighted that we are on a screen near you. Our 60-second advert is all about spreading the word about what we do here at YorkTest.
Every day we hear stories from our customers about how much YorkTest’s food intolerance† programmes have changed their quality of life. We showcase these inspiring stories on our testimonials page. For those reading their stories who are currently suffering from the same or similar symptoms, we want you to feel that you are not alone in this, and we are here to help. Customers are at the heart of what we do, which is one of the reasons why we selected six of our customers whose lives were changed following a YorkTest programme to feature in our TV advert.
The stars of our advert struggled with a variety of symptoms before they came to YorkTest. David Brown, 39, suffered from brain fog and depression; Simon Heafield, Operations Director, experienced regular stomach cramping, and Ellie Meek was diagnosed with Intolerance-related Autism as a baby. Vivien Dagnall, meanwhile, was experiencing painful bloating and Lesley Robinson had severe food cravings.
These people are the faces behind what we do at YorkTest. Their previous symptoms were troublesome and affected their quality of life but, through changing their diet with support and guidance from us, they all experienced dramatic improvement in their symptoms.
We filmed this advert in December 2017 in London and we could not have been any more pleased with the result. We’d like to say a special thanks to the stars of our TV advert, who were willing to give up their day to come down to London and film with us.
It’s always inspiring to see our customers pushing to spread the word about YorkTest and help make a difference to people who could be suffering from the same or similar symptoms as they once suffered.
If you haven’t seen our advert already, please check it out below. Do you want to wait until you see it on your TV? Catch a glimpse of the action on selected channels, including More4, E!, Really, Food Network, Sky Living, and Good Food, just to name a few.
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45% of the population are currently suffering from a food intolerance†. Symptoms of a food specific IgG reaction or ‘intolerance’ to a certain food(s) or drink(s) can present itself in a variety of ways; this could be through IBS symptoms, fatigue, migraines, anxiety, depression, skin problems, muscular pain and respiratory issues.
We are a leading provider in food and drink specific IgG antibody testing programmes, placing us at the forefront of scientific innovation. We have over 35 years’ experience with a driving passion of providing personalised information to optimise your diet and wellbeing.
We offer a variety of full food intolerance programmes which include your results of your own food fingerprint, relevant content material and nutritional consultation(s) from our dedicated team of nutritional therapists. This extra support gives you all the information you need to understand what foods and drinks work for and against your body and help you regain control of your quality of life. The lady in the red top on our food intolerance advert is Ali, one of our nutritional therapists. Read all about her here and check back again soon for personal profiles of our friendly nutritional therapists who support you through your journey.
Our Customer Survey 2017 revealed that four out of five customers saw improvements in their health and wellbeing following a YorkTest programme. Out of those who saw positive benefits, 89% did so within a month and 69% within just two weeks.
What are the next steps?
Have a browse around our website to get a real feel for the work we do.
Check out our testimonials, including the stars of our advert and their stories here.
Do you need an extra hand on the most suitable test for your symptoms? Call our friendly Customer Care team on 0800 074 6185.
† YorkTest define food intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction