Food intolerances† can be the root cause of many disruptive symptoms and can also have a major impact on how our bodies perform. When our bodies are working hard to achieve a physical goal it makes sense to ensure that the food we are eating is working with us - not against us.
A Lorisian food intolerance† test can help you to help your clients optimise their diets to achieve their goals.
Lorisian works closely with fitness professionals who recognise the damaging effects that food intolerances† have on performance. Many fitness professionals introduce food intolerance† testing at the beginning of any fitness or weight management regime in order to ensure that their client’s diet is optimised, right from the start.
Lorisian food intolerance† tests use a simple finger prick system that is easy to use and the sample can be taken anywhere – at your premises or at the clients’ home.
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.
To ensure your clients receive the very best advice, Lorisian have a team of BANT^ registered nutritional therapists. They can support with extra consultations to help your clients make their dietary changes.
If you are interested in offering Lorisian’s services to your clients or would like to learn more about what we offer, then please get in touch. Simply complete a contact form and we will be in touch or give us a call on 01904 410410.
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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.