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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
In general, clinical management of the SIBO patient involves antimicrobial therapy, prokinetic agents, nutrient supplementation, dietary interventions, and treatment of comorbid conditions.
Coeliac Profile – (Gluten Sensitivity)
Coeliac disease is defined as an autoimmune enteropathy of the small intestine, caused by exposure to dietary gluten in genetically pre-disposed individuals. In susceptible individuals, gluten ingestion generates an inflammatory reaction predominantly centered in the upper parts of the small intestine.
IgE Food Antibodies
In general, clinical management of the patient with food allergies involves the elimination of offending food(s). Modifiable risk factors (see above) may simultaneously be addressed with diet, botanicals, nutraceuticals, and lifestyle changes.
Proper nutrition is key to preventing a number of diseases. Nutrients are necessary to feed every cell and ensure all body systems are functioning properly. Testing can help clinicians and patients gain an understanding of how nutritional imbalances may be impacting their health. Certain conditions or dietary, genetic, and lifestyle factors may predispose a person to having nutrient imbalances.
Nutrient & Toxic Elements – Blood
Toxic metals sometimes imitate the action of an essential element in the body, interfering with the metabolic process resulting in . Many metals, particularly heavy metals are toxic, but some heavy metals are essential, and some have a low toxicity. Most often the definition of toxic metals includes at least cadmium, manganese, lead, mercury and the radioactive metals arsenic may be included in the definition.
Fatty Acid Status – Blood (Pin Prick)
Get a unique insight into your body’s Omega 6:3 balance and see individualized “Before” and “After” BalanceTest results. This easy to complete dry blood test, provided by the independent laboratory VITAS, can be carried out quickly at home and help you to start your health protocol.
GI Effects Comprehensive Profile – Stool
The biomarkers from the GI Effects Comprehensive Profile are reported using the DIG framework, providing key clinical information for three main gastrointestinal functional areas.
Methylation Panel Testing – Blood
Methylation is one of the important epigenetic processes by which gene activity is turned on or off, up or down, often in response to environmental triggers and can then impact our health. Epigenetic’s is the study of changes to an organism caused by modification of gene expression.
Toxic Element Clearance Profile
The Toxic Element Clearance Profile offers an advanced, comprehensive assessment of toxic and potentially toxic elements excreted in the urine. In addition to measuring classic elemental toxics, this profile includes elements used in medical, aerospace, nuclear and high-tech electronics industries. Use of these potential toxins is increasing because of their growing commercial, industrial, and medical applications.
Complete Hormones™ – Blood
Genova Complete Hormones™ is our most comprehensive urinary hormone test, designed to assist in the clinical management of hormone-related conditions. This hormone test assesses parent hormones, their metabolites, and key metabolic pathways.