Brunel Health IgG Food Intolerance Testing at Langdon Osteopathy

It is estimated that Food Intolerance could affect more than 9 million adults in the UK. 

These problems can occur anywhere from 2 hours to 2 days after eating your trigger foods, making it very difficult to self-identify your unique Food Intolerance reactions.

IgG food intolerances (or food sensitivities) can be very difficult to pinpoint. Experienced Nutritionists know that trial and error elimination diets can take months before trigger foods are identified, or simply fail due to client non-compliance. With studies1 showing that food intolerance affects around 20% of the population in industrialised countries and other studies linking it to problems such as:

  • IBS
  • Bloating
  • Skin problems
  • Migraines
  • Fatigue
  • Joint pain

there has never been a greater need for an accurate IgG reaction test that is both easy to administer and relevant to clients.

Brunel Health - The IgG Experts

Langdon Osteopathy uses testing kits produced by Brunel Health who provide the next IgGeneration of food intolerance testing services. Building on over 45 years of ELISA plate testing studies, their founding team of Scientists and Doctors have designed an IgG Food Intolerance test panel that accurately detects 134 food and drink specific IgG reactions from just a few drops of easily collected blood. Once IgG reactive foods are identified and eliminated, practitioners report client improvements in all of the above conditions, as well as many others – this is supported by a wealth of independent published studies.

About The Test 

The Brunel Health Next Generation Food Intolerance Test is very easy to complete, by taking a small finger prick blood sample which is sent to a specialist laboratory and analysed. The test will show reactions to 134 foods and drinks to accurately show your food specific IgG antibody reactions.

To see a demonstrational video of the test process please click here:

Within 3 days you will receive a 12 page report, detailing your reactions on a scale of 0-5.

What foods are tested?

The test covers 10 food and drink categories:

  • Grains & Staples
  • Dairy & Eggs
  • Meat & Fish
  • Nuts, Seeds and Beans
  • Herbs, Spices & Oils
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Drinks
  • Alternative Milks
  • Protein Supplements
  • and many others

A full list of foods and drinks that are tested is listed below.

Why does Langdon Osteopathy use Brunel Health?

Detailed Results:

Our 12 page results package shows food reactions on a scale of 0 - 5, instead of just 'positive' or 'negative'. For an example click here.

More Relevant Antigens:

Get greater professional insight with ten food and drink sections and only the most relevant antigens.

Results With-in 3 Days:

Our Priority Practitioner service guarantees test results within 3 working days from sample receipt.

Approved Antigens:

Our test only uses antigens from approved biotechnology suppliers, helping to ensure accuracy.

No Food Mixtures:

We test antigens individually with NO food mixtures, giving Practitioners more actionable results.

45 Years of Experience:

The Brunel team have a combined 45 years of experience in blood tests, healthcare, and scientific research.

Please contact me for further information or to complete the test in my Clinic. If you’d like a testing kit can be sent to you at home so you can complete the test at your convenience. Please purchase the testing kit below.


Brunel Health IgG Food Intolerance Testing at Langdon Osteopathy

Price : £199 including postage
30min consultation either in person in Penarth or Barry or via Skype

(1) The figure is based upon research from Zopf, Yurdagül et al. “The Differential Diagnosis of Food Intolerance.” Deutsches Ärzteblatt International 106.21 (2009): 359–370. PMC -  which calculates that 18% of those in Industrialised nations are estimated to have a  food intolerance and extrapolated against UK census data showing a population of 51,767,543 aged 18+ in the UK. Further research can be viewed on our Scientific Studies Page. Brunel Health define food intolerance as a food specific IgG reaction.