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Get to the Root Cause-The WHY-of Your Health Issues

I offer functional nutrition lab testing to help tailor diet and supplement recommendations based on your specific needs. Lab testing can help us understand why you have certain health conditions and how to manage it without the guess work. 

Tests Offered:

GI-MAP test by Diagnostic Solutions:

DNA based stool analysis. Looks for bacterial diversity, yeast, viruses, parasites, H. pylori, and metabolic, genetic and immune markers.

Who is this test for? People with digestive issues, autoimmune diseases, trouble losing weight, unexplained fatigue, and normal imbalances.

Micronutrient Testing through Vibrant America:

Tests vitamin and mineral levels in your blood and in your cells to see how your body is or isn't using the micronutrients you are consuming. Intracellular testing provides a snap shot of the past 4-6 months. Knowing both your extracellular and intracellular micronutrient levels are key to a thorough understanding of your nutritional requirements at a foundational level, which may contribute to your risk for disease, while simultaneously and positively impacting your overall health and well-being. 

Who is this test for? People with chronic health conditions, gut disorders, skin problems, issues with weight loss, fatigue, and ADHD.

Food Sensitivity Testing: 

Food sensitivities occur when your body produces an immune response to foods that your body thinks are foreign. Testing measures the immune response using IgG and IgA measurements. Food sensitivities can cause an array of symptoms such as skin conditions, nausea, vomiting, trouble breathing, itchy mouth or ears, congestion, reflux, stomach pains, diarrhea. This test can guide an elimination type diet instead of blindly guessing and removing food unnecessarily from the diet. 

Who is this test for? People with autoimmune conditions, gut disorders, congestion, skin conditions, reflux, ADHD, autism,  or joint pain. 


Contact me today to discuss if Functional Lab Testing is right for you. 


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