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Next generation food intolerance test

New Generation Food Intolerance Test

The York Test is a blood test where you can quickly find out which food or foods you have an intolerance to.

The York Test company, by examining a drop of blood from your fingertip, determines which foods your body is intolerant to and helps you to create a ‘personal’ nutrition plan that you should follow according to the results of the test.

In fact, the medical world has known the concept of “Food Intolerance Test” for a very long time, but the question mark in the minds of many doctors was how reliable the tests to detect it were.

The old-generation tests often did not give accurate results, causing the patient to suffer rather than cure them.

The York Test is a new generation Food Intolerance Test, and the discovery of the York Test was perceived in the medical world as a major technological leap forward, like the transition from X-ray to MRI.

The reason for the difference between the old and new generation tests is the York Test’s technique of distinguishing between Active and Passive intolerance. Reports with 40-50 food intolerances in the old tests are reduced to 2-3 foods by eliminating passive intolerances with the York Test’s “Subclass 4 igG Examination” technique. That is, patients who have the York Test learn only about their active intolerance. York Test Laboratories developed these tests as a result of 25 years of research and the reconfirmability rate of the York Test has reached the level of 98%, which is an unimaginable success point for old test techniques.

York Test company, which discovered this “Subclass 4 igG Examination” technique, which is considered to be the most advanced method in the field of food intolerance, in 2004, received the British Queen’s most successful company award for this groundbreaking invention.

According to statistics, only 3% of patients using the old model tests were able to understand and follow the complex diet program given to them. However, this figure is 93% in the York Test.

Food Intolerance can lead to:

– Obesity,

– Inability to lose weight,

– migraine,

– acne,

– Edema of unknown cause,

– gas,

– bloating,

– chronic fatigue,

– Constipation,

– Skin problems (eg acne, pruritus neurodermatitis, chronic eczema etc.),

– rheumatic diseases,

– Asthma

– Diarrhea ,

– stomach cramps,

– depression,

– Sleeping disorders,

– Headache,

– respiratory tract diseases,

– Chronic Pharyngitis,

– Don’t be cold all the time

– Sores in the mouth,

– Epigastric Pains,

– Crohn’s disease,

– Irritable Bowel Syndrome,

– Frequent flu

– Chronic runny nose

– ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder),

– Psoriasis,

– Neurodermatitis,

– Urticaria

A survey of 2500 patients who had performed the YORK Test yielded the following results:


90% of them recommend the YORK Test to everyone based on their own positive experience…

72% of them say that their health status has greatly improved as a result of this test.

78% reported that 90% of symptoms that had improved when they reintroduced foods that were diagnosed as problematic into their diet over time

they have stated.

Recovery rates in patients who removed problematic foods after the York Test

Chronic Symptoms Significant Improvement

Gastro-intestinal 80%

Respiration 72%

Neurological 78%

dermatological 76%

Musculoskeletal system 64%

Psychological 81%

Other 79%