Enhance Your Health & Wellbeing with Food Intolerance Testing Brisbane

Do you suspect you need Food Intolerance Testing? Are you experiencing unexplained symptoms like digestive discomfort, skin issues, or constant fatigue after eating? Food intolerances might be the culprit. At Brisbane Livewell Clinic, with convenient locations in Wavell Heights and Cannon Hill, we specialise in identifying the foods that may be affecting your health. 

Our expert team of Dieticians, Naturopaths and Clinical Nutritionists is here to guide you through the process, providing the insights you need to make empowering dietary choices that benefit your overall health and wellbeing.

Why Select Brisbane Livewell Clinic for Your Food Intolerance Testing?

Choose us for our unparalleled expertise, personalised care, and the latest in diagnostic technology. Our health professionals are dedicated to your wellness journey, offering support every step of the way.

Our Food Intolerance Testing Services

Through a simple blood test, we can analyse your body's reaction to a wide array of foods, delivering a comprehensive report on your specific intolerances.

Understanding Your Symptoms

Connect your dietary habits with symptoms such as digestive issues, skin irritations, or fatigue. Our testing services aim to provide clarity and a path to improvement.

Tailored Support for Managing Food Intolerances

We offer personalised dietary advice, alternative food suggestions, and regular monitoring to help you adjust your diet effectively after identifying your intolerances.

Pricing and Packages

We provide transparent pricing and various food intolerance testing packages in Brisbane to suit your needs and budget.

Book Your Consultation Today

Ready to take the first step towards a healthier you? Book your consultation today and learn how Brisbane Livewell Clinic can assist you in identifying and managing your food intolerances.


1. What is food intolerance testing?

Food intolerance testing is a diagnostic procedure used to identify specific foods that may cause adverse reactions in an individual. It typically involves a blood test that measures the body's immune response to various food antigens.

2. How does food intolerance differ from food allergies?

Food intolerances primarily affect the digestive system and are often dose-related, meaning small amounts may not cause a reaction. Food allergies involve the immune system, can affect multiple organs, and even a tiny amount of the allergen can trigger a severe reaction.

3. What symptoms might indicate a food intolerance?

Symptoms of food intolerance can vary widely but often include digestive issues such as bloating, gas, diarrhea, or constipation, as well as headaches, fatigue, and skin irritations like eczema.

4. How is the testing done at Brisbane Livewell Clinic?

At Brisbane Livewell Clinic, food intolerance testing is conducted through a simple blood test that analyses your body's reaction to a wide array of foods, providing a comprehensive report on your specific intolerances.

5. Do I need a referral from a GP to get tested?

No, a referral from a GP is not necessary. You can book an appointment directly with Brisbane Livewell Clinic for food intolerance testing.

6. How long does it take to get the results?

Results from your food intolerance test are typically available within 2-3 weeks after your blood sample is taken. Our health professionals will schedule a follow-up consultation to discuss your results and next steps.

7. What happens after I receive my test results?

Once you receive your test results, our nutritionists and naturopaths will work with you to develop a personalized dietary plan. This may include eliminating or reducing intake of certain foods, substituting problematic foods, and possibly introducing supplements to support your health.

8. Is food intolerance testing covered by health insurance?

Coverage varies by health insurance provider and plan. We recommend contacting your insurance company directly to inquire about coverage for food intolerance testing.

9. Can food intolerances be cured?

While food intolerances are not "cured" in the traditional sense, many individuals can manage their symptoms effectively through dietary changes. In some cases, reintroducing small amounts of the intolerant food over time may be possible under professional guidance.

10. How can I book a food intolerance test at Brisbane Livewell Clinic?

Booking is easy! You can book your Food Intolerance Testing Brisbane here or call us directly at (07) 3861 5881. Our friendly staff will assist you in scheduling your visit to either our Wavell Heights or Cannon Hill clinic.

Useful Resources 

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)

Learn more about food standards and safety in Australia and New Zealand by visiting Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).

National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

For comprehensive health guidelines and dietary advice, explore the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) website.

Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)

Discover detailed information on allergies and intolerances from the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), the leading authority in Australia and New Zealand.

Better Health Channel

The Better Health Channel, provided by the Victorian Government, offers health and medical information that is quality assured for reliability.

Healthdirect Australia

For trusted health information and advice online, visit Healthdirect Australia, a government-funded service.

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)

Access a wealth of health resources and read about the latest in medical research at The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).

The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST)

Stay informed about the latest developments in food science and technology with The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST).

Last Updated on 23 February 2024 by Brisbane Livewell Clinic