Food intolerance is difficulty digesting certain foods and having an unpleasant physical reaction. Besides, our responses to foods and drinks vary significantly as individuals. An ingredient that may cause problems for one person could be completely acceptable. The most common food intolerance symptoms are bloating and stomach pains. Those usually come on a few hours after consuming the food.
At Lorisian, the experts refer to our personal ‘food fingerprint. Discovering and understanding your food and drink intolerances† and their effects on your health and well-being is vital to ensure you make the best choices to balance your diet.
This one is our most comprehensive food and drink test. The test analyses your client’s IgG antibody reactions to 208 food and drink ingredients. This test will highlight their food triggers and help you formulate an IgG-guided elimination diet together.
The Premium Food intolerance test kit contains all you need to take a small blood sample (2 – 3 drops) in your home. Return your piece to the laboratories in the pre-paid envelope provided (the UK only). Expert laboratory technicians will then analyse this for reactions to 208 food and drinks. Our laboratory will post your confidential results and additional support material within ten days.
When you have received your results and are ready, you can contact us to book your appointment with one of our qualified nutritional therapists. These half-hour sessions will provide support and knowledge to assist you in your new diet, ensuring you are confident in the changes you can make to improve your health and well-being. In our latest customer survey, 4 out of 5 customers told us that they had seen improvements in their health after following a programme, and 89% of those people did so within just one month of dietary change.
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