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Holistic Therapists

Whether you are a leading professional therapist in sports or remedial therapies, complementary healthcare or holistic beauty treatments, your client’s health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance.

By offering them the opportunity to take a food intolerance† test, you can help your clients to discover their own personal trigger foods, which could be the root cause of a wide range of disruptive symptoms. These include joint pain, digestive issues, skin complaints, migraines, fatigue and brain fog.

Lorisian can offer you and your clients a simple finger-prick test, which can be taken in your clinic or the comfort of their home and posted to our laboratory. Our expert team will then analyse the sample for IgG(1-4) reactions to up to 208 foods and drinks, in order to identify your client’s individual food triggers.

Clear colour-coded test results and comprehensive support packs are then delivered back to you to share with your client. This will help you to formulate a fast-track elimination diet based on their unique results.

If you’re a holistic therapist and would be interested in becoming a practitioner with Lorisian then please contact us for more information.

Why register with us?

  • Add even more value to your clients
  • Further improve their satisfaction
  • Increase your revenue
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†Lorisian define food intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction. 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. ^BANT stands for the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine.

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