Keren offers Food Intolerance Testing, via Lorisian Healthcare Laboratory Testing Services. Food intolerance is an adverse reaction to foods that we eat. It is not life threatening, but can have a big effect on quality of life. It affects almost half of the population, though many people don't realise that they have it.
Where food intolerance is identified, the most common approach is to eliminate different foods from the diet to try to work out which one is causing the problem. This involves a lot of time and guess work. Food intolerance tests analyse a blood sample to identify exactly which food is causing the reaction. The food(s) can then be eliminated from your diet for approximately 3 months before being gradually reintroduced once the intolerance has lessened.
Keren can advise you about the test and, once you have your results, about how to make the necessary changes to your diet.
A varied range of nutritional supplements are available to purchase from Keren.
For more information about supplements or
food intolerance testing,
please contact Keren on 07984 199952 or email@example.com
Symptoms linked to food intolerance include:
Aches and Pains
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Weight Loss/Weight Gain
There are five levels of testing:
Lorisian 50 - analyses your reaction to 50 food ingredients (£99).
Lorisian 75 - analyses your reaction to 75 food ingredients (£149).
Lorisian 100 - analyses your reaction to 100 food ingredients (£249).
Lorisian 150 - analyses your reaction to 150 food ingredients (£299).
Lorisian 150+ - specifically for IBS (£349).
There is also a Lorisian Homocysteine test which specifically tests the levels often linked to migraines (£149).
For more information please contact Keren on 07984 199952 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Lorisian has over 30 years’ experience, specialising in laboratory tests that measure food triggers (food-specific IgG antibodies). Our results offer a fast track or starting point for an elimination diet. The tests are aimed at those that may have food intolerances, and those who want to optimise their diets by avoiding any foods that they are reacting to. Our aim is to promote wellbeing within the pressures of a modern lifestyle."
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