Functional Lab Tests
Functional lab tests help find the root cause of a symptom. Since many symptoms overlap, it's best to get to the bottom of why the symptom is taking place and discover imbalances in the body. Test, don't guess!
The GI-MAP is a clinical stool test that measures the DNA of the gut microbiota. This test helps to detect microbes, fungi, H.pylori, parasites, pathogenic and beneficial bacteria, fat digestion, inflammation, absorption, and immune function. This test is perfect for people dealing with gut issues such as IBS, bloating, acid reflux/gastritis, skin issues, and autoimmune conditions.
MRT Food Sensitivity Test
The MRT food sensitivity test measures the white blood cell's reaction to 176 different foods and chemicals. Most food sensitivity tests measures IgG and IgA markers; however, it is not accurate if the client is not consuming the food being tested. With the MRT test—unlike common food sensitivity tests—the client does not need to consume all of the foods in order to determine the sensitivities. This test is perfect for people dealing with gut issues, migraines, hormonal imbalances, PCOS, skin issues, and autoimmune diseases.
DUTCH Hormone Panel
The DUTCH hormone panel uses dried urine to assess the levels of estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, organic acids, and melatonin. In addition, saliva samples are collected to assess cortisol levels. The DUTCH test is ideal for women dealing with infertility, insomnia, fatigue, low libido, weight gain, hormonal fluctuations, PCOS, perimenopause, and menopause.
The micronutrient panel provides a comprehensive assessment of an individual's vitamins, minerals, co-factors, metabolites, antioxidants, and essential amino acids. This test also helps find any nutrient deficiencies and toxicities. The micronutrient panel is perfect for people with autoimmune conditions, skin issues, gastrointestinal issues, and diabetes. This test can be added to any program.