Haley Hartwell

Alternative Medicine Practitioner

Camden-based My Holistic Way was co-founded by Haley Hartwell in 2017 and offers a range of colonic services including Food Intolerance Tests in conjunction with Lorisian.

Haley says, “The Lorisian tests analyse reactions to between 100 and 200+ food types and can pinpoint any foods and drinks you may have consumed which could be affecting your health and wellbeing.

“This is extremely insightful information for me to then pass on to my clients. It even allows for massive life changes in some cases.”

The most common symptoms Haley addresses are parasites, detox, bloating, fatigue, inflammation, constipation and diarrhoea.

“The people I treat have commonly suffered from these symptoms for large portions of their lives.

“The Lorisian food intolerance test is so easy to take. The results are efficient, user friendly and well structured. This allows me to give valuable accurate and insightful advice.

“My Lorisian Account Manager is excellent too and is always willing to put in the extra mile to go over and beyond. The level of service only adds to the value of the product.”

Using a simple finger prick blood test, Lorisian’s expert laboratory team analyse Haley’s clients IgG antibody reactions to over 200 foods and drinks. They then provide colour coded results and comprehensive support material to outline their personal trigger foods. This information helps form the basis of a guided elimination diet.

To find out more about Lorisian’s testing, please contact our friendly team of experts.

*Lorisian define food intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction. Their information is intended to provide nutritional advice for dietary optimisation. Lorisian do not claim to treat or cure symptoms and recommend that you encourage your client to discuss any medical concerns they have with a doctor before undertaking a Lorisian test.

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