Lorisian Food Intolerance Test

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4 Food Intolerance Test options available, testing reactions to 50, 75, 100 or 150 different food ingredients.

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Over 45% of the population react adversely to foods that they eat, which whilst not life threatening, can have a massive impact on someone’s quality of work and home life.

Determining which individual food types can negatively affect our wellbeing can be difficult to ascertain. It is, therefore, common for people to try and eliminate foods from their diet to help themselves feel better. It often involves trial and error when attempting to eliminate and identify which foods might be causing issues. Many people don’t know that identifying food intolerances can be an important element of optimising health and wellbeing.

There are many symptoms of food intolerance including Asthma, Abdominal pain, Acne; Bloating; Constipation; Depression; Diarrhoea; Eczema; Fatigue; Headaches; Rashes; Rhinitis; Sinusitis; Urticaria; Weight loss; Weight gain

Lorisian has over 30 years’ experience specialising in laboratory tests that measure food triggers (food-specific IgG antibodies). These tests offer a starting point for an elimination diet. The tests are aimed at those that may have food intolerances and those who want to optimise their diets by avoiding any foods that they are reacting to.

The Lorisian Food Intolerance Tests

There are 4 options available, testing reactions to 50, 75, 100 or 150 different food ingredients.

Foods Tested 50 75 100150
Grains
Barley
Corn (Maize)
Gliadin (Gluten)
Millet
Oat
Rice
Rye
Wheat
Dairy
Cows Milk
Meats
Beef
Chicken
Duck
Lamb
Pork
Turkey
Fish
Crustacean Mix
Mollusc Mix
Oily Fish Mix
Plaice & Sole
Salmon & Trout
Tuna
White Fish Mix
Vegetables
Asparagus
Aubergine
Avocado
Beetroot
Carrot
Celery
Cucumber
Haricot Bean
Kidney Been
Legume Mix
Lentils
Lettuce
Mushroom
Mustard Mix
Onion
Pea
Peppers & Paprika
Potato
Soya Bean
Spinach
String Bean
Foods Tested50 75 100150
Fruits
Apple
Apricot
Banana
Berry Mix
Bilberry
Blackberry
Blackcurrant
Blueberry
Boysenberry
Cherry
Citrus Mix
Cranberry
Elderberry & Elderflower
Grape
Grape - Cab Sauvignon
Grape - Chardonnay
Grape - Chenin Blanc
Grape - Concord
Grape - Malbec
Grape - Merlot
Grape - Pino Grigio
Grape - Pino Noir
Grape - Zinfandel
Grape - Riesling
Grape - Sauvignon Blanc
Grape - Shiraz
Grapefruit
Kiwi
Lemon
Lime
Lychee
Mango
Melon Mix
Mulberry
Olive
Orange
Papaya
Peach
Pear
Pineapple
Plum
Pomegranate
Raspberry
Rhubarb
Strawberry
Tomato
Foods Tested5075100150
Nuts
Almond
Brazil Nut
Cashew Nut
Coconut
Hazlenut
Nut Mix
Peanut
Walnut
Spices/Herbs
Anise Seed
Buckwheat
Chamomile
Chilli Pepper
Cinnamon & Clove
Dandelion & Burdock
Garlic
Ginger
Guarana
Herb Mix
Hibiscus
Juniper
Mint Mix
Mustard Seed
Nettle
Nutmeg & Peppercorn
Parsley
Rosehip
Sesame Seed
Spice Mix
Vanilla
Others
Agave
Carob
Cocoa bean
Coffee
Cola Nut
Egg White
Egg Yolk
Green Tea
Hops
Rooibus
Sugar Cane
Sunflower Seed
Tea
Yeast

Food Mix Details:

  • Berry Mix (Blackberry, Raspberry & Strawberry)
  • Citrus Mix (Grapefruit, Orange, Lemon & Lime)
  • Crustacean Mix (Crab, Lobster, Salmon, Prawn/Shrimp)
  • Herb Mix (Coriander, Cumin & Dill)
  • Legume Mix (Haricot Bean, Pea, Pernet & Soya Bean)
  • Melon Mix (Watermelon, Honeydew & Cantaloupe)
  • Mint Mix (Mint, Sage, Basil & Thyme)
  • Mollusc Mix (Mussel, Oyster & Scallop)
  • Mustard Mix (broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage & Cauliflower)
  • Nut Mix (Almond, Brazil, Cashew & Hazlenut)
  • Oily Fish Mix (Herring & Mackerel)
  • Spice Mix (Chilli Pepper, Garlic & Ginger)
  • White Fish Mix (Cod & Haddock)

What's involved in a Food Intolerance Test?

The food intolerance tests simply require a finger prick blood sample using the equipment included in the pack. This is then sent in the pre-paid envelope to the Lorisian Laboratory.

The results are sent baack within 10 days using an easy to interpret traffic light system showing which foods you should avoid, those you should limit and those which are fine. This is accompanied by an explanatory letter, a guidebook along with a helpful advice sheet should you have an intolerance to any of the four more complex food types - yeast, dairy, egg or wheat/gluten.

Once your results have arrived you are encouraged to seek advice from a nutritionist to help you optimise your diet and advise on when the foods may be reintroduced into your diet