Scientific Testing

 

  1.  Body composition Analysis: measures specific markers of metabolism and ageing to give an indication of status of general health. It measures areas such as:                               Muscle mass
    ♦Fat mass  
    ♦Physique rating
    ♦Visceral fat rating
    ♦Metabolic age (a sum using the above factors to show us the age of our cells)
  2.  Mineral absorption test: This is a simple taste test which also tests for zinc deficiency
  3.  Blood analysis (checks the condition of body systems)
  4. Heavy metal testing (urine initially and then hair if more information is required)
  5. Intestinal dysbiosis (urine or stool)
  6.  Candida blood test (simple, inexpensive and very reliable)
  7.  Hormonal testing (saliva and/or blood)
  8.  Autoimmune Profile Comprehensive-IgG to ANA, ENA, DNA, RF, C1Q, Actin, Mitochondria)
  9. Arthritis panel- IgG to Citrullinated peptide, RF, C1Q
  10. Gastrointestinal Autoimmunity and Gluten Sensitivity– Gastric Parietal Cell IgG, Gliadin IgA & IgG, tTG, IgA & IgG.
  11. Immunoserology of Lyme Panel A– Patented assay of IgG & IgM toward multiple tick borne antigen.
  12. Viral screen– IgG & IgM to EBV, CMV, HSV 1+2
  13. Viral Panel Premium– IgG & IgM to EBV, EBV-EA, EBV-NA,CMV, HSV 1+2, HHV-6, VZVIgG.

Other tests that may possibly be required or can be requested:

  • Hormonal testing (saliva and/or blood)                  Lab-testing
  • Endocrinology and Adrenal test
  • Blood diagnostics
  • Food sensitivity testing
  • Candida Blood Testing
  • Coeliac testing
  • Helicobacter testing
  • Heavy metal screening 
  •  Live blood analysis
  • Comprehensive stool analysis
  • Comprehensive parasitology
  • Vitamin D via blood spot
  • Urine Essential and Toxic Elements
  • Microbiology profile
  • Liver function testing
  • Intestinal permeability
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