*GI MAP (diagnostic solutions): Leading gut health test that offers a comprehensive look at a patient’s microbial balance, immune function, and overall gastrointestinal health. GI-MAP test measures a variety of bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi/yeast, and intestinal health markers. This thorough analysis offers insight into any issues a patient may have with digestion, nutrient absorption, inflammation, and immune function.
Most patients can benefit from a gut health assessment whether they are looking to achieve optimal health or dealing with chronic illness.
Recommended for patients who are experiencing:
|Autoimmune diseases||Skin Problems||Weight loss|
|Digestive complaints||Mood disorders|
This tests 76 markers for vitamin and mineral levels, oxidative stress, mitochondrial function, neurotransmitter levels, and intestinal yeast or bacteria. The GI MAP diagnostic can be helpful in finding the cause of chronic disease.
Recommended for conditions that include:
|Chronic fatigue||Fibromyalgia||Low Energy|
|Cognitive symptoms||Chronic pain||Poor Sleep|
GLP-toxin testing (glyphysate included): A test that screens for 173 different toxic non-metal chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, acrylamide, percolate, ethylene oxide, pyrethroid insecticides, and more. We are exposed to hundreds of chemicals through pharmaceuticals, pesticides, packaged foods, household products, and environmental toxins. Exposure to these pollutants has been linked to many chronic diseases.
Recommended for the following disorders:
|Alzheimer’s Disease||Bipolar Disorder||Learning disability||Peripheral neuropathy|
|ALS||Cancer||Mitochondrial disorders||Parkinson’s disease|
|ADD/ADHD||Crohn’s disease||Occupational exposure||Anxiety disorder|
Mycotoxin testing (mold testing) with nasal swab: An accurate and sensitive test that can identify mycotoxin (toxins from mold) exposure. It screens for 11 different mycotoxins from a wide variety of mold types. Mycotoxins are one of the most prevalent toxins and have been linked to a wide range of chronic symptoms including:
Fatigue and musculoskeletal symptoms
Often vague and systemic symptoms
Issues with vision and balance
Dutch test (precision analytics): One of the most extensive profile of sex and adrenal hormones along with their metabolites. The hormones measured are cortisol, cortisone, estradiol, estrone, estriol, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, melatonin as well as estrogen metabolism pathways. Test results are analyzed for any hormonal imbalances.
Recommended for hormonal disorders/symptoms including:
|PMS symptoms||PCOS/Endometriosis||Monitoring HRT||Prostate health|
|Acne||Fertility issues||Weight gain||Gynecomastia|
|Depression||Adrenal Fatigue||Joint pain||Erectile dysfunction|
|Menopause symptoms||Postpartum depression||Abnormal menstruation|
Food intolerance testing (Usbiotek): A comprehensive test to identify sensitivities to common and less prevalent food offenders in the diet. Common offenders are gluten and dairy but food sensitivities can be from less obvious sources. Trigger foods can be identified and controlled to relieve symptoms and improve overall health.
Mental health/neurotransmitter testing (ZRT): An assessment of 14 neurotransmitters and metabolites to determine if there are systemic imbalances. These neurotransmitter imbalances can lead to neurological or psychological symptoms. Some neurotransmitter-related health issues include: anxiety/depression; chronic fatigue; Insomnia; PMS
Heavy metal testing (Great plains): A testing profile that tests for accumulation of heavy toxic metals and the status of essential nutrient elements. This test also helps evaluate nutritional status and the efficacy of mineral supplementation during metal detoxification therapy.
DNAlife : A range of DNA tests to analyze each individual’s gene variations involved in key biological processes. This insight into an individual’s unique genetic code reveals advantages, susceptibilities, and keys to optimizing health.