• Home >>

Nutritional Testing Lab Tests and Facial Diagnosis

 Analyzing your health at the bodies cellular level, we often will suggest certain scientific testing services that can help enhance our knowledge of what dietary specifications would be most appropriate for your current health status and weight loss goals.

A few of the tests that we order are:    MTHFR gene, vitamin D, GI MAP (which looks at your gut such as bacteria overgrowth, parasites, etc. We use a company called Vibrant Wellness Laboratory.  We can do basic labs, infections, autoimmune labs, toxins like mold and heavy metals.

Not everyone requires testing, however the more insight we have the better recommendations our dietitian can make.  I now use blood work testing as a last resort.

Below are some more tests that we recommend, in addition to the prior mentioned. 

We also test for food sensitivities usually at the same time we do nutrient deficiencies.  We test for 264 foods to see what foods are causing inflammation for the disease you currently have or weight loss resistance.

We are also doing facial diagnosis with every new client.  You will learn about your personality and get more precise of optimal health based on what your face shows.  It can tell so many things such as is there a sluggish liver, gallbladder or even a sluggish colon or digestive issues. We can tweak your optimal health outcome by looking at your face and then it will be about a 9 page report about your health and personality.

  • DNA Stool Test
  • Stress Evaluation

DNA Stool Test - GI Map

Overwhelmingly, research indicates that gut health impacts overall health. The gut microbiome, in particular, plays a critical role in mediating the effects of diet and other factors on health, including digestive, immune, metabolic and neuroendocrine functions. Assessing GI health with the proper tools can help practitioners get to the root cause of chronic illness.

The GI-MAP (Microbial Assay Plus) is unique in the field of comprehensive stool testing. It relies exclusively on quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) technology to detect parasites, bacteria, fungi, and more, by targeting the specific DNA of the organisms tested.

Call Now Button