Our Research

At YorkTest we constantly review our procedures to ensure that we are delivering the highest standard of service, from our Laboratory to the Customer Care Team. We are passionate about maintaining our position at the forefront of the industry, and building upon over 35 years of excellence. A vital part of this has been our research work which has shaped and directed the way in which we conduct our food intolerance testing services, providing us with critical knowledge needed to help optimise our customer’s diet and well being. Our studies are available below and give insight into the work we do at YorkTest and what it could mean for you.

University of York Study

Survey of over 5000 people taking the YorkTest food intolerance programme; commissioned by Allergy UK and feedback analysed by the University of York. Read More...

IBS Clinical Trial

A clinical trial, published in the 2004 medical journal GUT, focused on diagnosed sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Read More...

Migraine Research

Migraine Study 2005 A prospective audit looked at migraine sufferers to determine whether eliminating the foods highlighted in the result of a YorkTest food-specific IgG antibody test could improve their condition. Read More...
Migraine Study 2011 Research from the University of York further supported the finding of the 2005 Migraine Audit. Read More...
Migraine Survey 2011 UK charity Migraine Action surveyed 1,000 migraine sufferers, revealing that over two thirds of members Read More...

35 years of scientific expertise



Our fully audited and accredited laboratory places us at the forefront of scientific innovation.


158 Foods Tested

Our comprehensive testing service provides customers with actionable information to help optimise their diet and wellbeing.



With over 35 years of experience in scientific innovation, we have a strong heritage of invaluable knowledge, research and expertise.


Fast 50 Growth Company


Certification ISO 9001:2008


Certification ISO 13485:2003


European In Vitro Diagnostic Directive 98/79/EC