Most people associate nutrition and the foods they eat with managing their weight or a healthy lifestyle. However, diet plays a hugely important role in overall health and wellbeing and it can affect many different parts of our body, including our feet.
Just one element of a person’s diet could be the root cause of chronic conditions such as foot pain, arthritis and heel pain. Many chronic conditions that affect a person’s feet can therefore be better managed by taking a closer look at their diet.
Lorisian food intolerance† tests are simple to use and can be carried out in the comfort of your practice or at your client’s home. Once their blood sample has been returned in the pre-paid envelope provided, we will analyse it in our state of the art laboratory. Our expert team will test for IgG(1-4) reactions to up to 208 food and drinks, which indicates that your client has a food intolerance† to a specific ingredient.
As the practitioner you will then receive comprehensive results packs and support material to share with your client and help them to formulate an elimination diet. 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 client make the dietary changes.
For more information on our food intolerance† tests and how to become a certified Lorisian practitioner, please contact our team today.
Why register with us?
- Add even more value to your clients
- Further improve their satisfaction
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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.