You can trust Smartblood with your 1st Step Test.

You can trust Smartblood with your 1st Step Test.

1st Step Food Intolerance Test Kit

The 1st-step indicator test is popular with those that have health problems that may be explained by a food intolerance but want to just check this before proceeding to a full test, which can be done on the same sample with no extra effort.

  • Our Most Popular Pathway
  • A Simple Yes/No Finger-prick Test
  • Free P&P
  • Easy to follow instructions 
  • Free return envelope to our Lab
  • Results in 3 Days
  • You can Upgrade if Positive
  • More Details Below

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1st Step Food Intolerance Test Kit

The 1st-step indicator test is popular with those that have health problems that may be explained by a food intolerance but want to just check this before proceeding to a full test, which can be done on the same sample with no extra effort.

  • Our Most Popular Pathway
  • A Simple Yes/No Finger-prick Test
  • Free P&P
  • Easy to follow instructions 
  • Free return envelope to our Lab
  • Results in 3 Days
  • You can Upgrade if Positive
  • More Details Below

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An easy to complete home test kit.

Once you have placed an order, your Smartblood 1st Step Food Intolerance Test Kit will usually arrive the next working day. Full instructions are provided both as a booklet, and by our first step instruction video, which is accessible through a QR code within your kit.

By pricking your finger you are easily able to collect 3-5 drops of blood which you can then send back to our Laboratory in our UN3373 compliant business reply envelope.

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What happens when your blood arrives at the Laboratory?

Instant email or text alert.

As soon as your blood arrives at our laboratory, our sample reception team will scan your unique barcode, which triggers an instant text message or email, letting you know that we'll shortly begin to prepare your sample for analysis.

A very swift 3 day turnaround.

Our laboratory technicians aim to make your 1st step test results available to you within just three working days! As soon as they are ready you will recieve an instant text message and email asking you to contact us for 1st step results. 

A simple POSITIVE / NEGATIVE result.

If your result is Negative, then you do not need to do anything. If, however, it is positive, this means that you have an IgG food intolerance reaction to at least one of the 134 foods or drinks tested. In order for you to take control of your food intolerances, our Doctors recommend that you upgrade to the Full Smartblood Programme which will give you full details of your IgG reactive foods, and a consultation with one of our BANT registered Nutritional Therapists. The test can be easily conducted upon the blood sample that we already hold.

Negative

Positive

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1st Step Food Intolerance Test Kit

Join people from across the UK who have chosen to take control of their food intolerances by starting with a Smartblood 1st step indicator test. For less than £20 you will find out if it is an IgG food intolerance that could be affecting your wellbeing. 

  • Our Most Popular Pathway
  • A Simple Yes/No Finger-prick Test
  • Free P&P
  • Easy to follow instructions 
  • Free return envelope to our Lab
  • Results in 3 Days
  • You can Upgrade if Positive

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1st Step Food Intolerance Test Kit

Join people from across the UK who have chosen to take control of their food intolerances by starting with a Smartblood 1st step indicator test. For less than £20 you will find out if it is an IgG food intolerance that could be affecting your wellbeing. 

  • Our Most Popular Pathway
  • A Simple Yes/No Finger-prick Test
  • Free P&P
  • Easy to follow instructions 
  • Free return envelope to our Lab
  • Results in 3 Days
  • You can Upgrade if Positive

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(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.

* Smartblood define food intolerance as a food or drink specific IgG antibody reaction.

Smartblood do not claim or attempt to claim to diagnose medical conditions, or cure or treat medical conditions. Our Doctors recommend that you speak with your own GP if you have any medical concerns as typical food intolerance symptoms could also have other causes.

Legal Links

(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.

* Smartblood define food intolerance as a food or drink specific IgG antibody reaction.

Smartblood do not claim or attempt to claim to diagnose medical conditions, or cure or treat medical conditions. Our Doctors recommend that you speak with your own GP if you have any medical concerns as typical food intolerance symptoms could also have other causes.

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