LORISIAN 150plus

£299

The Comprehensive Food & Drink Programme analyses your IgG reaction to 158 foods and drinks providing you with clear results and nutritional support to help you replace your problem foods and optimise your diet. Please call our dedicated team for a personal consultation on 020 3301 7346.

LORISIAN 150plus

£299

The Comprehensive Food & Drink Programme analyses your IgG reaction to 158 foods and drinks providing you with clear results and nutritional support to help you replace your problem foods and optimise your diet. Please call our dedicated team for a personal consultation on 020 3301 7346.

LORISIAN 150plus

£299

The Comprehensive Food & Drink Programme analyses your IgG reaction to 158 foods and drinks providing you with clear results and nutritional support to help you replace your problem foods and optimise your diet. Please call our dedicated team for a personal consultation on 020 3301 7346.

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.

The way that food can affect our everyday life is often difficult to explain and it is common for people to try and eliminate foods from their diet to help themselves feel better. Often they don’t know which foods to try and eliminate and have to guess. Many people don’t know that identifying food intolerances can be an important element of optimising health and well being.

Symptoms of food intolerance include


Many people suffer for years, having formed a coping mechanism to deal with the symptoms without necessarily getting to the bottom of it.

Food intolerance†† is a condition with a wide range of symptoms including: gut symptoms, bloating, migraines, low mood, weight gain, fatigue and skin problems.


The following symptoms can often improve and sometimes clear completely when avoiding the foods that trigger IgG immune response.

  • ABDOMINAL PAIN
  • BLOATING
  • CONSTIPATION
  • CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
  • DIARRHOEA
  • ECZEMA
  • FATIGUE
  • IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS)
  • ITCHING
  • HEADACHES
  • MIGRAINE
  • RHINITIS
  • SINUSITUS
  • STOMACH CRAMPS
  • TIREDNESS
  • URTICACRIA
  • WEIGHT LOSS/WEIGHT GAIN
  • RASHES

The following symptoms can often improve and sometimes clear completely when avoiding the foods that trigger IgG immune response.

  • ABDOMINAL PAIN
  • BLOATING
  • CONSTIPATION
  • CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
  • DIARRHOEA
  • ECZEMA
  • FATIGUE
  • IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS)
  • ITCHING
  • HEADACHES
  • MIGRAINE
  • RASHES
  • RHINITIS
  • SINUSITUS
  • STOMACH CRAMPS
  • TIREDNESS
  • URTICACRIA
  • WEIGHT LOSS/WEIGHT GAIN

What is the difference between allergy and intolerance?

The term ‘food intolerance’ and ‘food allergy’ are often confused and are two very different things.

Genuine food allergy is relatively rare. Only about 2% of the adult population are affected. A food allergy is a swift response by the body’s immune system to a food protein when the body’s immune system mistakes a food for an ‘invader’. This results in a rapid and intense allergic reaction, often within minutes but generally within a maximum of two hours. Allergic reaction is commonly associated to peanuts, eggs or seafood.

Food intolerance is characterised by a slow and non-life threatening immune re response. Food intolerances are much more common than food allergies.

When foods and drinks are digested the proteins within them are broken down into smaller fragments for easy absorption into the body. Larger fragments can pass through without breaking down, and can drive the immune system to produce antibodies called Immunoglobulin G’s (IgG).

Allergy vs Intolerance what are the specific responses?

Food Intolerance: Reactions up to 72 hours after eating; Multiple foods can be involved; Any organ system can be affected; Very common Trace amounts of foods can cause reactions; Caused by raised IgG antibody; Symptoms can clear after avoidance (3-6 months)

Food allergy: Immediate reactions (2 hours or less); Rarely more than 1 to 2 foods; Primarily skin, airways and digestive system; Difficult to self-diagnose; Caused by raised IgE antibody and therefore life-long Lifelong

On average people who suffer from food intolerances usually have between 4 and 8 trigger foods.

About Our Partnership

Our partner, Lorisian, has over 35 years’ experience, specialising in laboratory tests that measure food triggers (food-specific IgG antibodies).  The results 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.  Our aim is to promote wellbeing within the pressures of a modern lifestyle.

† 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.

LORISIAN 150plus

£299

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