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(925) 829-8484

7450 San Ramon Rd.
Dublin, CA 94568

The GI Effects Stool Profiles use DNA analysis to identify microbiota including anaerobes, a previously immeasurable area of the gut environment. Single sample collection, greater accuracy, and increased sensitivity make this profile the best value for stool analysis available.

Why use stool testing?

 

• Requires only one, single sample collection

• Greater accuracy due to advanced technology DNA analysis

• Evaluates balance of microbes shown to contribute to weight gain

• Identifies drug resistance genes

• To maintain good health

Test for:

• Inflammation

• Immune function and gluten sensitivity

• Yeast

• Parasites

• Bacteria

• Pathogens

• Pharmaceutical and botanical sensitivities

• Cancer-preventative short chain fatty acids

• Pancreatic function

• Markers for digestion and absorption

Conditions and diseases related to

GI disorders:

• Autism spectrum disorders

• Food sensitivities

• Irritable bowel syndrome

• Crohn’s disease

• Ulcerative colitis

• Maldigestion from history of celiac

or other autoimmune disorders

Symptoms related to GI disorders:

• Abdominal pain

• Arthritis/joint pain

• Headaches/migraines

• Diarrhea or constipation

• Noticeable change in stool

• Bloating/gas

• Unexplained weight loss/gain

• Blood, mucus, or pus in stool

• Hives/skin rash/eczema

• Difficulty breathing

• Swollen tongue/lips

• Acid reflux/heartburn

• Chills/fever

• Chronic fatigue

• Cramping

A True Picture Of The Gut Environment,

With An Easy-To-Use Single Specimen Collection…

 

Gastrointestinal (GI) function is important for general health. This

includes balancing beneficial microbial flora in the gut to enhance health

benefits. GI health is key in digestion, nutrient usage, and ridding the

body of waste and pathogens. Poor digestion and malabsorption can

lead to immune dysfunction, nutritional insufficiencies, and various

disease states. Poor GI function can also lead to food allergies and other

toxicities.

Your intestinal tract contains significant amounts of bacteria, some beneficial,

some neutral, and some that can be harmful. It is essential to know

the microbial balance of your GI tract, especially if you have chronic

health problems. Health enhancing intestinal bacteria serve to prevent the

overgrowth of potentially harmful bacteria in the gut.