Food Intolerance Testing
We now offer food intolerance testing with Lorisian
Lorisian are one of the experts in the field of food intolerance testing with 35 years’ experience. With a team of qualified nutritional therapists and with 35 years’ experience Lorisian offer a range of testing options at very affordable prices.
Food intolerance is not something that is always obviouswhen there is a problem. But more and more people are discovering the benefitsof food intolerance testing.
It is thought that over 45% of the population react adversely to foods that they eat.
Did you know that 3 out of 4 people tested reported feeling benefits within 3 weeks of dietary change?
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Dairy is one of the top 5 reactions for food intolerances
The testing we perform can help identify your personal trigger foods and with this we can help you optimise your diet with food intolerance† testing.
Dairy is one of the main food groups at the heart of food intolerances. It is such an integral part of the our diet and finding alternatives can be difficult, especially if you’re intolerant to an animals milk
There are now a number of alternatives on the market such as soya or nut based products and the list continues to grow.
Download our handy guide to alternatives for cow’s milk.
Mum cures son's severe eczema with easy diet change and NO creams or medication
A good news story resulting from food intolerance testing.
The testing can help identify identify your personal trigger foods and with this we can help you optimise your diet with food intolerance† testing.
Two-year-old Marshall Dodds, from Pembrokeshire, Wales, suffered so badly with his eczema it would leave his cheeks red raw.
Little Marshall Dodds' eczema and impetigo was so bad it left his skin red raw and strangers used to ask his mum if she had painted his face.
Antibiotics and creams offered the two-year-old no relief so his desperate mum, Louise, tried a food intolerance test in a last ditch attempt to discover what was causing her boy's problems.
The test revealed Marshall, from Pembrokeshire, Wales, was intolerant to cow's milk, beef, kiwi fruit and duck.
And since 33-year-old veterinary surgeon Louise has cut these from her son's diet he has had no more flare ups.
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