Our laboratory will test your client’s IgG antibody reactions to 100 food ingredients to identify their personal ‘food fingerprint’.
- Convenient home-to-laboratory testing service
- Free delivery and sample return in a pre-paid envelope
- Expert analysis from our fully-accredited laboratory
- Clear results and a comprehensive guidebook
- Nutritional support available from BANT^ registered nutritional therapists
^BANT stands for the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine
Ingredients tested for
Crustacean Mix (Crab, Lobster, Prawn/Shrimp)
Mollusc Mix (Mussel, Oyster & Scallop)
Oily Fish Mix (Herring & Mackerel)
Plaice & Sole
Salmon & Trout
White Fish Mix (Cod & Haddock)
Mustard Mix (Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage & Cauliflower)
Peppers (Capsicum) & Paprika
Melon Mix (Watermelon, Honeydew & Cantaloupe)
Herb Mix (Coriander, Cumin & Dill)
Mint Mix (Mint, Sage, Basil & Thyme)
Yeast (Brewers & Bakers)
More information on the Lorisian Bronze
What will this test find out?
This test will analyse your client’s IgG antibody reactions to 100 food ingredients detailed above. The Lorisian Bronze test will not identify the following:
- Any food allergies (IgE antibodies)
- Coeliac disease
- Lactose intolerance or any enzyme deficiencies
- Histamine sensitivity
- Any chemical sensitivities
How does the test work?
The test is simple to take and can be used at home by the client or taken at your place of work. All that is required is a small blood sample, which involves a simple prick of the finger with a small, sterilised lancet. Each kit comes with a step-by-step leaflet to guide you and your client through the process. Once the blood sample has been taken, this can be posted back to our laboratory in a pre-paid envelope.
How accurate are the results?
The Lorisian laboratory is regularly audited by independent authorities and our expert staff are fully qualified, trained and experienced in using the latest scientific equipment to ensure the utmost accuracy of testing. Our in-house laboratory has a >98% reproducibility rate. This means that, on average, two separate tests carried out with the same blood sample (taken on the same day) will correlate with each other >98% of the time.