Food Intolerance Testing

Food Intolerance Testing

Southwell Acupuncture Clinic now offers Food Intolerance Testing.

My patient’s health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance, therefore offering the opportunity to take a food intolerance test, I can help my patients 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.

I work with  Lorisian (parent company York Labs) offering a simple finger-prick test, which can be taken in my clinic or the comfort of your home and posted to the Lorisian laboratory. Where their 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.

Lorisian’s results offer a fast track or starting point for an elimination diet. The tests are aimed at those that may have food intolerances, to alleviate any symptoms and those who want to optimise their diets by avoiding any foods that they are reacting to.

Our aim is to promote wellbeing within the pressures of a modern lifestyle. We work with practitioners, sports and fitness professionals and also provide corporate health and wellbeing programmes.

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.

Lorisian, has over 35 years’ experience, specialising in Gold standard laboratory tests that measure food triggers (food-specific IgG antibodies).

† Lorisian define Food Intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction. Our information is intended to provide nutritional advice for dietary optimisation. Lorisian do not claim to treat or cure symptoms and recommend that you discuss any medical concerns you have with a GP before undertaking a Lorisian programme.

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