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Helping your business find added value
through food intolerance testing

Corporate / Occupational Health

A healthy workforce is a happy and more productive workforce.  Optimising your staff’s health, reduces not only the number of absenteeism days but will make them more productive when they are at work.  The symptoms of food intolerance can be debilitating and may mean that many people need time off work to cope or struggle to concentrate and stay focussed whilst at work.

Finding out if your staff have food intolerances, is one of the ways to eliminate a wide range of persistent symptoms and offer advice and ongoing support.  Our corporate plan can be tailored to meet your specific needs.

Lorisian food intolerance tests use a simple finger prick system that is easy to use, the sample can be taken anywhere – at the office or at your employee’s home.

The clear colour coded test results and support pack can be delivered back to the HR department or directly to the employee.  Nutritional support and advice is available to explain in detail your employees food intolerances.  This allows them to fully understand the recommended dietary and nutritional changes – a way to build a healthy workforce – leading to a fast track elimination diet that can optimise health and well being.

Contact Information:

Lorisian provides an account management service for our partners, providing highly responsive expert support and advice by phone or email.  Please get in contact to receive more information.

UK: +44(0)1904 428 550

†Food intolerance is a condition with a range of symptoms including gut symptoms, bloating, headaches, migraines, low mood, fatigue, weight gain and skin problems. These symptoms must always be checked out by a Medical Professional. If you have clients that have seen a Medical Professional but have not been given a diagnosis for their symptoms then they may be suffering from food intolerance.

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