Food intolerance test: 15% with discount

Food intolerance testing: 15% discount if you book before Christmas up to January 2024

As part of our Christmas promotion, we are offering a 15% discount on the price of our complex food intolerance laboratory tests, which provide a comprehensive picture of around 220 antibodies.

The discount is available for food intolerance tests performed in the Endomedix Diagnostic Centres' Budapest clinics until 31 January 2024, if the booking is made by 22 December 2023. At the time of the test, patients can indicate that they have booked an appointment with us by presenting the coupon, which can also be seen here, on their phone screen. More than one person can benefit from the discounted examination at the same time.

  • Food intolerance test (result within 15 days): instead of 79.900 Ft 67.915 Ft
  • Food intolerance test with dietetic consultation: instead of 91.900 Ft 78.115 Ft
  • Express food intolerance test (result within 5 days): instead of 94.900 Ft 80.665 Ft
  • Express food intolerance test with dietetic consultation: instead of 106.900 HUF 90.865 HUF

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Why a complex food intolerance test that gives a comprehensive picture of around 220 antibodies?

Food intolerance can cause a wide range of symptoms. The most common are digestive disorders such as diarrhoea, constipation, abdominal distension, abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, and intestinal inflammation. There may be central nervous system complaints such as insomnia or chronic headaches, but food intolerance can also cause skin problems such as eczema or acne. Sometimes arthritis or chronic bronchitis can also occur.

There is no known cure for food intolerance, the most important thing is to identify the foods and ingredients that cause the problem and then exclude them from your diet. A quick and practical way to identify the foods that cause food intolerance is to perform a food intolerance test on blood samples using a complex laboratory analysis.