Hidden food intolerance test

What is the hidden food intolerance test?

It is a special type of laboratory analysis, which identifies nutrition components that negatively affect a patient’s health. The test helps to build the strategy to treat chronic diseases and symptoms related to type III immunopathological reactions. Such reactions are characterized by tissue damage and inflammatory processes that are caused by certain microelements in food products during the process of digestion.

Hidden food intolerance test at Kivach Clinic

In order to detect hidden food intolerance, the specialists of the clinic use a diagnostic system called Immunohealth. Unlike its analogs, Immunohealth sets the “norm-pathology” criterion for each patient individually. It minimizes errors in defining the products that harm a patient’s health.

Special Immunohealth methods identify not only the products your body is not tolerating but also the clusters of such products – the groups of food products that are not recommended for consumption. It helps to develop an individual elimination diet for a patient – a regimen that helps to get the elements that provoke allergy and other pathologic reactions out of the body. It is done through the exclusion of certain products and clusters of products. In fact, this diet is an effective therapeutic way to treat many chronic diseases.

Specialists of the clinic draft an individual food regimen based on the test, and send the patient a letter with commentaries.


    • metabolic disorders:
    • obesity;
    • type 2 diabetes;
    • hypothyroidism;
    • kidney stone disease.
    • gastroenterological diseases and symptoms:
    • stomach ache, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, heartburn;
    • biliary dyskinesia;
    • irritable bowel syndrome;
    • colitis;
    • Crohn’s disease;
    • intestinal polyposis;
    • Coeliac disease.
    • respiratory diseases and symptoms:
    • chronic cough, chronic rhinitis, and sinusitis;
    • chronic otitis;
    • recurrent pneumonia;
    • tonsillitis;
    • bronchitis;
    • bronchial asthma;
    • false croup in children.
    • skin diseases:
    • eczema;
    • psoriasis;
    • acne;
    • recurrent herpes;
    • fungal infections.
    • musculoskeletal diseases:
    • arthritis;
    • gout;
    • osteochondrosis;
    • osteoporosis;
    • osteopenia;
    • myositis.
    • immune disorders:
    • frequent and long colds;
    • yeast infection (candidiasis);
    • fungal infection;
    • herpes;
    • furunculosis.
    • neurological diseases and symptoms:
    • migraine;
    • depression;
    • memory disorders;
    • sleep disorders;
    • attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children adults;
    • chronic fatigue syndrome;


  • identifying the products and product clusters your body is not tolerating in order to draft an individual elimination diet and develop a strategy to treat specified diseases and symptoms.

About the procedure

Duration: 5 minutes.
Anesthesia: not required.

How is the test conducted?

It is a one-time procedure that does not require special preparation.

A medical worker draws a blood sample from a patient’s finger. The blood is applied onto a special absorptive card, dried, and sent to a laboratory. Usually the results are ready within 7-10 days.

Based on the results of the test, the specialists of the clinic draft an individual elimination diet which is sent to the patient.

During the consultation, a doctor will listen to your wishes, conduct an examination, prescribe additional tests if necessary, and offer the most suitable methods of treatment.


  • None.


  1. When can the result be evaluated?
  2. The result can be evaluated after following the recommended individual diet. This test helps to draft an elimination diet, which helps to treat a range of chronic diseases.

  3. What result can be expected?
  4. The test identifies products and product clusters that are not tolerated by the body, as well as helps to draft an individual elimination diet and develop a strategy to treat a range of diseases and symptoms.

  5. Is the test safe?
  6. The test is absolutely safe and is done like a typical clinical blood analysis.

  7. Is the procedure painful?
  8. There is short-term discomfort, which does not affect a patient’s condition.

  9. How to prepare for the test?
  10. The test does not require special preparation.

  11. How long does the rehabilitation period last?
  12. There is no rehabilitation period. The puncture of the skin heals within several minutes.

  13. Are the complications possible?
  14. There are no complications.

  15. What ensures that the procedure is successful?
    • Qualified doctors with extensive practical experience.
    • The use of certified medications and advanced equipment.
    • Compliance with the standards of medical care.