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⋅ ADHD [Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder]

» Hyperactivity, short attention span

Test/s you should take:

  • ADHD Sensor
    This test assesses the risk for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and helps with diagnosis and optimization of therapy. It also analyzes the efficiency of various drugs for the condition, helping to guide pharmacologic management and prevent negative side effects.
  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis The Comprehensive Stool Analysis detects the presence of microorganisms that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption, and abnormal intestinal microorganisms are widely known to cause disease. This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.

⋅ Alzheimer’s Disease

» Problems with recalling and memory, mood and personality changes

Test/s you should take:

  • Metals Hair Test
    This test is ideal for checking current exposure to toxic metals. Hair provides important information that can assist the practitioner with an early diagnosis of physiological disorders associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism. Toxic elements may be 200-300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the sample of choice for detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, and mercury.
  • Metals Fecal Test
    Analysis of elements in feces provides a comprehensive evaluation of environmental exposure, potential for accumulation in the body (Hg), and possibly endogenous detoxification of potentially toxic metals. For many toxic elements such as mercury, cadmium, lead, antimony and uranium, biliary excretion into the feces is the primary natural route of elimination from the body. Fecal elemental analysis can provide a direct indication of dietary exposure. Urine and fecal tests are most sensitive after taking a chelating agent.
  • Metals Whole Blood Test
    High levels of toxic metals deposited in body tissues and eventually to the brain can cause significant developmental and neurological damage. Whole blood element analysis can assist in determining deficiencies, excesses and imbalances of essential elements, as well as recent or ongoing exposure to specific toxic elements.
  • Metals Red Blood Cell
    The Red Blood Cell (RBC) Test is an invaluable diagnostic method for assessing insufficiency or excess of elements that have important functions within cells or on blood cell membranes. RBC element analysis should be performed prior to and intermittently throughout the course of detoxification/chelation therapy.
    Blood cell element levels s are useful for assessing cardiac influences, anti-inflammatory processes, anemia, immunological function, glucose tolerance, and other disorders that are associate specifically with zinc deficiency.
  • Alzheimer Sensor
    This test assesses your genetic risk for Alzheimer’s Disease. Through a personalized prevention program, affected patients can prevent or delay the development of the disease. The medically-supervised prevention program includes adapted nutrition, micro nutrient recommendation, and the optimal use of medication.
  • Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.

 

  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    The Advanced Cholesterol Profile is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or if abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present.
    This panel also determines if the body is eliminating potentially toxic homocysteine and analyzes risk factors for vascular
    disease and/or neurological disease. This tests measures the following:
    ■ Total Cholesterol
    ■ Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B
    ■ Lipoprotein (a)
    ■ Homocysteine

⋅ Anxiety Disorder

» Irritability, restlessness, trembling or shaking

Test/s you should take:

  • Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.
  • Metals Hair Test
    This test is ideal for checking current exposure to toxic metals. Hair provides important information that can assist the practitioner with an early diagnosis of physiological disorders associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism. Toxic elements may be 200-300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the sample of choice for detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, and mercury.
  • Metals Fecal Test
    Analysis of elements in feces provides a comprehensive evaluation of environmental exposure, potential for accumulation in the body (Hg), and possibly endogenous detoxification of potentially toxic metals. For many toxic elements such as mercury, cadmium, lead, antimony and uranium, biliary excretion into the feces is the primary natural route of elimination from the body. Fecal elemental analysis can provide a direct indication of dietary exposure. Urine and fecal tests are most sensitive after taking a chelating agent.
  • Metals Whole Blood Test
    High levels of toxic metals deposited in body tissues and eventually to the brain can cause significant developmental and neurological damage. Whole blood element analysis can assist in determining deficiencies, excesses and imbalances of essential elements, as well as recent or ongoing exposure to specific toxic elements.
  • Metals Red Blood Cell
    The Red Blood Cell (RBC) Test is an invaluable diagnostic method for assessing insufficiency or excess of elements that have important functions within cells or on blood cell membranes. RBC element analysis should be performed prior to and intermittently throughout the course of detoxification/chelation therapy.

    Blood cell element levels s are useful for assessing cardiac influences, anti-inflammatory processes, anemia, immunological function, glucose tolerance, and other disorders that are associate specifically with zinc deficiency.

⋅ Arthritis, Articular, or Muscular Pain

» Arthritis, Articular, or Muscular Pain

Test/s you should take:

  • Joint Sensor
    This gene test is useful in the genetic risk assessment for inflammatory joint disease. Analysis of the effectiveness of more than 34 relevant drugs will help in optimizing drug therapy. A lifestyle program with diet and micronutrient supplementation recommendations will further maximize disease prevention and treatment.
  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test detects the presence of microorganisms that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption, and abnormal intestinal microorganisms are widely known to cause disease. This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.

⋅ Asthma

» Shortness of breath, chest tighness, coughing, wheezing

Test/s you should take:

  • FABER Test
    This test is an IgE blood test that identifies one’s possible causes of one’s allergies. It evaluates 123 different allergenic sources using a combination of 122 allergenic molecules and 122 allergenic extracts.

⋅ Autism Spectrum Disorders

» Some of the symptoms may include difficulty in socializing, cognitive impairments, communication difficulties

Test/s you should take:

  • Streptococcus Antibodies Profile
    This profile screens for the two most common antibodies against streptococcus, DNase antibodies in serum (ADB); antireptolysisn O titer (ASA). These antibodies can cause abnormal behaviors when they cross-react with brain tissue and may be associated with conditions like autism, Parkinson’s Disease, OCD, Tourette’s syndrome and tic disorders.
  • Enviro-Tox Panel
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.
  • Amino Acids Urine
    This test analyzes 40 amino acids and provide a detailed explanation of the causes and possible consequences of detected abnormalities, along with nutritional recommendations. It includes :
    ■ Essential/Conditionally indispensible
    Amino Acids
    ■ Nonessential Amino Acids
    ■ Gastrointestinal Markers
    ■ Magnesium-Dependent Markers
    ■ B6, B12 & Folate-Dependent Markers
    ■ Detoxi cation Markers
    ■ Neurological Markers
    ■ Urea Cycle Metabolites
  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test detects the presence of microorganisms that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption, and abnormal intestinal microorganisms are widely known to cause disease. This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.
  • Organic Acids Test
    This test provides a snapshot of the body’s overall metabolism based on an assessment of unique urinary markers. It measures the following markers which are highly correlated with neuropsychiatric and neurological conditions:
    ■ Yeast and bacteria (especially arabinose, tartaric acid, HPHPA, 4-cresol, and DHPPA)
    ■ Neurotransitter function (Homovanillic (HVA), Vanillylmandelic (VMA), HVA / VMA Ratio, Quinolinic acid)
    ■ Mitochondrial function (especially 3-hydroxyglutaric acid)
    ■ Oxalates
    ■ Nutritional (especially B12, B6, B5, Vitamin C, CoQ10, N-Acetylcysteine, and biotin)
  • ADHD Sensor
    This test assesses the risk for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and helps with diagnosis and optimization of therapy. It also analyzes the efficiency of various drugs for the condition, helping to guide pharmacologic management and prevent negative side effects.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    This test is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present. This tests measures the following:
    ■ Total Cholesterol
    ■ Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B
    ■ Lipoprotein (a)
    ■ Homocysteine

⋅ Autoimmune Diseases

» As part of the search for toxicities that can trigger immunity problem, this test will help rule out Glyphosate exposure as one of the risk factors.
» Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection.

Test/s you should take:

  • Glyphosate Test
    Glyphosate, the world’s most widely-produced herbicide, is found in over 700 different products from agriculture to home uses. Glyphosate can enter the body by direct absorption through the skin, by eating foods treated with glyphosate, or by drinking water contaminated with glyphosate. This test measures glyphosate levels in the body.
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.
  • Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.
  • Immune Deficiency Profile
    This test checks for immune deficiency so that appropriate management can be done to improve the condition. Included in the tests are the following:
    ■ IgG subclassess: IgG-1,IgG-2, IgG-3, IgG-4
    ■ Immunoglobulins: Total IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE
    ■ Zinc
B

⋅ Behavioral Problems

» Changes in behavior, memory and decorum.

Test/s you should take:

  • Enviro-Tox Panel
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    This test is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present. This tests measures the following:
    ■ Total Cholesterol
    ■ Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B
    ■ Lipoprotein (a)
    ■ Homocysteine
  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test detects the presence of microorganisms that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption, and abnormal intestinal microorganisms are widely known to cause disease. This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.

⋅ Bloatedness

» Bloating can often cause pain, discomfort and a “stuffed” feeling. It can also make your stomach look bigger

Test/s you should take:

  • IgG Food Reaction Test
    This test uses 222 specific food extracts to identify the corresponding level of circulating IgG antibodies to these potential antigens and can therefore detect foods to which the immune system is reacting. This can help and guide clients towards making informed dietary changes with the support of the medical team, in order to potentially alleviate unpleasant symptoms that they may be experiencing as a result of an IgG-mediated reaction.
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⋅ Cancer

» Due to complexity of the medical condition, no “singular” symptoms may be solely associated with cancer.

Test/s you should take:

  • Oncocount
    This test provides information on the presence and the concentration of Circulating Tumor Cells and is typically used as a follow-up tool to measure response to therapy, monitor remission and detect early relapse.
  • Oncotrail
    This test is cancer specific and is available for the following malignancies: Breast Cancer, Sarcoma, Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer, Melanoma, Colon Cancer, and GI cancers. It monitors for the presence of markers relevant to the identified cancer, and is a good tool for follow-up care. It can monitor remission and detect early relapse.
  • Oncotrace
    This test provides information on the presence of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs), their concentration, and immunophenotype (what type of cell it is). Immunophenotyping helps identify the origin of the cancer cells so this is used to help in diagnosis when the source of the primary tumor is unknown. It is also used for prognostic guidance.
  • ChemoSNiP
    This test determines the patient’s individual & unique response to chemotherapy drugs, such as their ability to metabolize each drug into its active form. This information will help personalize treatment to arrive at the most effective chemotherapeutic regimen.
  • Immune-Frame
    This test gives a profile of humoral and cellular immunity and cachexia. It focuses on the clients’s immunity and immune system status.
  • Metastat
    Numerous markers are associated with specific tumor organ metastases. With this test, meta-analysis is conducted comparing CTCs profile and metastases profile in order to detect potent markers that are relevant with the site of relapse.
  • Onconomics Extract
    This test helps to personalize treatment by providing information on which natural biological substances are most effective at targeting the patient’s cancer cells.
  • Onconomics
    This test helps to personalize chemotherapy by providing information on which specific drugs are most effective at targeting the patient’s cancer cells.
  • Onconomics Plus
    This test is a combination of the Onconomics Test and the Onconomics Extracts. It helps to personalize treatment by providing information on which specific drugs and natural biological substances are most effective at targeting the patient’s cancer cells.
  • Genovate Scan
    This test screens for 98 genes and provides information whether or not the clients are at risk of developing up to 25 inherited cancer types. People with unfavorable mutation means that they are much more likely to be affected by that gene than others who do not carry the same mutation. Clinical decisions regarding care and treatment of clients should not be solely based on the result of the test. Other medical information and lifestyle factors should also be considered by the physician and other members of the health care team.
  • Prostate Health Sensor
    This gene test analyzes gene variations to assess prostate cancer risk and prostate hyperplasia risk. This also analyzes the effect of over 40 relevant drugs.

⋅ Cardiovascular Disease

» Chest pain, chest discomfort, palpitations, difficulty of breathing

Test/s you should take:

  • Cardio Sensor
  • Primary Preventive Sensor
    The analysis of genes that affect the development and course of the most important common diseases allows their prevention and proper treatment. This package tests for genetic risk for lipometabolism diseases, heart attack, thrombosis, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    This test is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine
    whether cholesterol deficiency orif abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present.
    This panel also determines if the body is eliminating potentially toxic homocysteine and analyzes risk factors for vascular disease and/or neurological disease. This tests measures the following:
    ■ Total Cholesterol
    ■ Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B
    ■ Lipoprotein (a)
    ■ Homocysteine
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.
  • Phospholipase A2 Activity Test
    Phospholipase A2 is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening of inflammatory conditions as its levels are elevated in wide range of inflammation-related disorders.
    Measurement of PLA2 is emerging as an important tool for evaluating the chance of cardiovascular disease (CVD), including future stroke, myocardial infarction, heart failure, and other vascular events.

⋅ Chronic Fatigue

Test/s you should take:

  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test detects the presence of microorganisms that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption, and abnormal intestinal microorganisms are widely known to cause disease. This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.

⋅ Cognitive Impairment in Seniors

Test/s you should take:

  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    The major biologic function of Vitamin D is to maintain the normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus involved in bone mineralization. Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.

⋅ Continuous weight gain

» Resistant weight loss

Test/s you should take:

  • IgG Food Reaction Test
    This test uses 222 specific food extracts to identify the corresponding level of circulating IgG antibodies to these potential antigens and can therefore detect foods to which the immune system is reacting. This can help and guide clients towards making informed dietary changes with the support of the medical team, in order to potentially alleviate unpleasant symptoms that they may be experiencing as a result of an IgG-mediated reaction.
    Each person may react differently when one is eating different food items. Frequent consumption of food that your body may be adversely reacting to may lead to several symptoms not limited to gassiness or bloatedness, abdominal pains, changes in bowel habits, skin problems, fatigue, weight problems, and even anxiety and depression.

⋅ Crohn's Disease

» Diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramping

Test/s you should take:

  • IgG Food Reaction Test
    This test uses 222 specific food extracts to identify the corresponding level of circulating IgG antibodies to these potential antigens and can therefore detect foods to which the immune system is reacting. This can help and guide clients towards making informed dietary changes with the support of the medical team, in order to potentially alleviate unpleasant symptoms that they may be experiencing as a result of an IgG-mediated reaction.
    Each person may react differently when one is eating different food items. Frequent consumption of food that your body may be adversely reacting to may lead to several symptoms not limited to gassiness or bloatedness, abdominal pains, changes in bowel habits, skin problems, fatigue, weight problems, and even anxiety and depression.
  • IBD Sensor
    This genetic test to assess predisosition to Chron’s Disease will help in early detection and management. The effect of over 20 relevant drugs are analyzed by looking at genetic variations affecting these drugs.
  • Phospholipase A2 Activity Test
    This test measures the activity of PLA2 in urine. Phospholipase is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening of inflammatory conditions as its levels are elevated in wide range of inflammation-related disorders.
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⋅ Depression

» Persistent sadness, anxious, or “empty” feelings, irritability

Test/s you should take:

  • Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.
  • Metals Hair Test
    This test is ideal for checking current exposure to toxic metals. Hair provides important information that can assist the practitioner with an early diagnosis of physiological disorders associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism.Toxic elements may be 200-300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine.Therefore, hair is the sample of choice for detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, and mercury.
  • Metals Fecal Test
    This test will help determine if metal toxicity or mineral deficiency is contributing to the disorder and monitor the effects of chelation (elimination of heavy metals from the body).
  • Metals Whole Blood Test
    Whole blood element analysis can assist in determining deficiencies, excesses and imbalances of essential elements, as well as recent or ongoing exposure to specific toxic elements.
  • Metals Red Blood Cell
    The Red Blood Cell (RBC) Test is an invaluable diagnostic method for assessing insufficiency or excess of elements that have important functions within cells or on blood cell membranes. RBC element analysis should be performed prior to and intermittently throughout the course of detoxification/chelation therapy.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    This test is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or if abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present.
    This panel also determines if the body is eliminating potentially toxic homocysteine and analyzes risk factors for vascular
    disease and/or neurological disease. This tests measures the following:
    ■ Total Cholesterol
    ■ Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B
    ■ Lipoprotein (a)
    ■ Homocysteine
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.

⋅ Diabetes

» Characterized by elevated blood glucose level

Test/s you should take:

  • Diabetes Sensor

  • Primary Preventive Sensor
    The analysis of genes that affect the development and course of the most important common diseases allows their prevention and proper treatment. This package tests for genetic risk for lipometabolism diseases, heart attack

⋅ Diarrhea, Constipation, Abdominal Distension

» Diarrhea, constipation, abdominal distension

Test/s you should take:

  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test evaluates the following aspects of the gut or digestive tract: the balance of microorganisms; adequacy of digestion and absorption; presence of inflammation; and intestinal immunity thus providing an in-depth look at digestive health. If abnormal microorganisms are detected in the stool, the test also determines what natural products and prescription antibacterials can be used against them.
  • IBD Sensor
    This genetic test to assess predisosition to Chron’s Disease will help in early detection and management. The effect of over 20 relevant drugs are analyzed by looking at genetic variations affecting these drugs.
  • Gluten Intolerance Sensor
    Determines the HLA DQ 2.5 and DQ 8 gene variations that affect the risk for gluten intolerance and celiac disease. When classified into the “risk group,” diet adjustment will be necessary in order to eliminate symptoms and prevent the deveopment of critical secondary diseases.
  • Lactose Intolerance Sensor
    This test will assess genetic predisposition to lactose will help in early detection, management and nutrition adjustment to eliminate lactose if necessary.
  • IgG Food Reaction Test
    This test uses 222 specific food extracts to identify the corresponding level of circulating IgG antibodies to these potential antigens and can therefore detect foods to which the immune system is reacting. This can help and guide clients towards making informed dietary changes with the support of the medical team, in order to potentially alleviate unpleasant symptoms that they may be experiencing as a result of an IgG-mediated reaction.
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.
E

⋅ Eczema

» Dry sensitive skin, inflamed skin, dark colored/red patches in skin

Test/s you should take:

  • Allergy Sensor
    This type of test provides a precise determination of allergenic individual components, without direct contact with the test substances, as it is the case for skin tests.
  • FABER Test
    This test is an IgE blood test that identifies one’s possible causes of one’s allergies. It evaluates 123 different allergenic sources using a combination of 122 allergenic molecules and 122 allergenic extracts.
G

⋅ Gluten Intolerance

» Bloating, chronic diarrhea

Test/s you should take:

  • Gluten Intolerance Sensor
    Determines the HLA DQ 2.5 and DQ 8 gene variations that affect the risk for gluten intolerance and celiac disease. When classified into the “risk group,” diet adjustment will be necessary in order to eliminate symptoms.
H

⋅ Hemochromoatosis

» Increased iron absorption

Test/s you should take:

  • Iron Sensor
    This sensor is for genetic assessment of iron uptake capacity nd risk for hemochromatosis. A lifestyle program with diet and micronutrient supplementation recommendations will further maximize prevention and treatment.

⋅ Hormonal Imbalance

» Irregular menstrual periods, mood swings

» Vitamin D in your body interacts with, and has an effect on the secretion of, hormones from your parathyroid glands. It is also associated with the estrogen in women and testosterone in men that can affect one’s sexual drive

Test/s you should take:

  • Hormones Panel
    These tests are non-invasive and accurate way to provide a good “snap shot” of hormone production throughout the day. The tests measure reproductive hormones, like estrogen, testosterone and progesterone and adrenal hormones, cortisol & DHEA.
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    Cholesterol serves several important roles in metabolism. It is a key constituent of all cell membranes and provides the structural framework of vitamin D and adrenal and sex hormones.
    This is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or if abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present. In addition to total cholesterol, the Advanced Cholesterol Profile includes Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B, Lipoprotein (a) , and Homocysteine.”

⋅ Hypertension (HTN)

» Characterized by elevated blood pressure

Test/s you should take:

  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator.
  • Hypertension Sensor
    This test analyzes genetic variations for the prevention and treatment of hypertension. This gene test analyzes a client’s genetic risk to develop hypertension and the effect of over 65 relevant drugs for better chance of recovery by optimizing drug therapy. A lifestyle program with diet and micronutrient supplementation recommendations will further maximize disease prevention and treatment.
  • Primary Preventive Sensor
    The analysis of genes that affect the development and course of the most important common diseases allows their prevention and proper treatment. This package tests for genetic risk for lipometabolism diseases, heart attack, thrombosis, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.
I

⋅ IgE allergies

» Rashes, itchiness

Test/s you should take:

  • Allergy Sensor
    This type of test provides a precise determination of allergenic individual components, without direct contact with the test substances, as it is the case for skin tests.
  • FABER Test
    This test is an IgE blood test that identifies one’s possible causes of one’s allergies. It evaluates 123 different allergenic sources using a combination of 122 allergenic molecules and 122 allergenic extracts.

⋅ Immunodeficiency

» Increased predisposition to intestinal yeast overgrowth, opportunistic infection, and poor health

Test/s you should take:

  • Immune Deficiency Profile
    This test checks for immune deficiency so that appropriate management can be done to improve the condition. Included in the tests are the following:
    ■ IgG subclassess: IgG-1,IgG-2, IgG-3, IgG-4
    ■ Immunoglobulins: Total IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE
    ■ Zinc

⋅ Infammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD)

» Diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramping

» Vitamin D deficiency changes the intestinal microbiome reducing B vitamin production in the gut.

Test/s you should take:

  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
    This test evaluates the following aspects of the gut or digestive tract: the balance of microorganisms; adequacy of digestion and absorption; presence of inflammation; and intestinal immunity thus providing an in-depth look at digestive health. If abnormal microorganisms are detected in the stool, the test also determines what natural products and prescription antibacterials can be used against them.
L

⋅ Lactose Intolerance

» Bloating, chronic diarrhea, flatulence

Test/s you should take:

  • Lactose Intolerance Sensor
    This test will assess genetic predisposition to lactose will help in early detection, management and nutrition adjustment to eliminate lactose if necessary.

⋅ Leaky Gut

» Brain fog, nutritional deficiencies, bowel movement changes (eg. constipation)

Test/s you should take:

  • IgG Food Reaction Test
    This test uses 222 specific food extracts to identify the corresponding level of circulating IgG antibodies to these potential antigens and can therefore detect foods to which the immune system is reacting.
M

⋅ Menopausal

» Hot flashes, vaginal dryness, sleep problems

Test/s you should take:

  • Hormones Panel
    These tests are non-invasive and accurate way to provide a good “snap shot” of hormone production throughout the day. The tests measure reproductive hormones, like estrogen, testosterone and progesterone and adrenal hormones, cortisol & DHEA.

⋅ Mood and Behavioral Problems

» Some of the symptoms may include difficulty in socializing, cognitive impairments, communication difficulties

Test/s you should take:

  • Metals Hair Test
    This test is ideal for checking current exposure to toxic metals. Hair provides important information that can assist the practitioner with an early diagnosis of physiological disorders associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism. Toxic elements may be 200-300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the sample of choice for detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, and mercury.
  • Metals Fecal Test
    Analysis of elements in feces provides a comprehensive evaluation of environmental exposure, potential for accumulation in the body (Hg), and possibly endogenous detoxification of potentially toxic metals. For many toxic elements such as mercury, cadmium, lead, antimony and uranium, biliary excretion into the feces is the primary natural route of elimination from the body. Fecal elemental analysis can provide a direct indication of dietary exposure. Urine and fecal tests are most sensitive after taking a chelating agent.
  • Metals Whole Blood Test
    High levels of toxic metals deposited in body tissues and eventually to the brain can cause significant developmental and neurological damage. Whole blood element analysis can assist in determining deficiencies, excesses and imbalances of essential elements, as well as recent or ongoing exposure to specific toxic elements.
  • Metals Red Blood Cell
    The Red Blood Cell (RBC) Test is an invaluable diagnostic method for assessing insufficiency or excess of elements that have important functions within cells or on blood cell membranes. RBC element analysis should be performed prior to and intermittently throughout the course of detoxification/chelation therapy.
    Blood cell element levels s are useful for assessing cardiac influences, anti-inflammatory processes, anemia, immunological function, glucose tolerance, and other disorders that are associate spefically with zinc deficiency.
  • Hormones Panel
    These tests are non-invasive and accurate way to provide a good “snap shot” of hormone production throughout the day. The tests measure reproductive hormones, like estrogen, testosterone and progesterone and adrenal hormones, cortisol & DHEA.
  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
  • Advanced Cholesterol Profile
    Cholesterol serves several important roles in metabolism. It is a key constituent of all cell membranes and provides the structural framework of vitamin D and adrenal and sex hormones.
    This is a special cholesterol test panel that will help determine whether cholesterol deficiency or if abnormalities in cholesterol transport are present. In addition to total cholesterol, the Advanced Cholesterol Profile includes Apolipoprotein A-I and Apolipoprotein B, Lipoprotein (a) , and Homocysteine.”
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⋅ Neurodegenerative diseases

» Phospholipase A2 is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening of inflammatory conditions as its levels are elevated in wide range of inflammation-related disorders

Test/s you should take:

  • Phospholipase A2 Activity Test
    Phospholipase A2 is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening of inflammatory conditions as its levels are elevated in wide range of inflammation-related disorders.
    Research has implicated PLA2 in the pathophysiology of neurodegenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Elevated PLA2 activity was found to be ongoing among MS patients, with the highest levels measured in patients with progressive disease. In the development of Alzheimer’s disease, the abnormal PLA2 levels appear to be related to oxidative signaling pathways involving NADPH oxidase and production of ROS species that lead to impairment and destruction of neurons and inflammation of glial cells.
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⋅ Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

» Phospholipase A2 is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening of inflammatory conditions as its levels are elevated in wide range of inflammation-related disorders

Test/s you should take:

  • Streptococcus Antibodies Profile
    This profile screens for the two most common antibodies against streptococcus, DNase antibodies in serum (ADB); antireptolysisn O titer (ASA). These antibodies can cause abnormal behaviors when they cross-react with brain tissue and may be associated with conditions like autism, Parkinson’s Disease, OCD, Tourette’s syndrome and tic disorders.

⋅ Osteoporosis

» Low bone mass and loss of bone tissue that may lead to weak and fragile bones.

Test/s you should take:

  • Vitamin D Test
    This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient.
    The major biologic function of Vitamin D is to maintain the normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus involved in bone mineralization. Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.
  • Bone Sensor
    This sensor analyzes relevant genetic variations that influence osteoporosis risk, the effectivity of more than 18 relevant drugs, and gives an effectiveness assessment of various osteoporosis therapies: bisphosphate, raloxifene, alendronate, and hormones. It also looks at bone’s calcium absorption capacity and gives personalized recommendations on how to prevent osteoporosis.

⋅ Overactive immune system

» May contribute to severe allergy and increased predisposition to autoimmune disease

Test/s you should take:

  • Immune Deficiency Profile
    This test checks for immune deficiency so that appropriate management can be done to improve the condition. Included in the tests are the following:
    ■ IgG subclassess: IgG-1,IgG-2, IgG-3, IgG-4
    ■ Immunoglobulins: Total IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE
    ■ Zinc
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⋅ Parkinson’s Disease

» Tremor, speech changes, impaired posture and balance.

Test/s you should take:

  • Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile
    This test screens for 172 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more.

⋅ Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS)

» Moody, irritable, compulsions

Test/s you should take:

  • Streptococcus Antibodies Profile
    This profile screens for the two most common antibodies against streptococcus, DNase antibodies in serum (ADB); antireptolysisn O titer (ASA). These antibodies can cause abnormal behaviors when they cross-react with brain tissue and may be associated with conditions like autism, Parkinson’s Disease, OCD, Tourette’s syndrome and tic disorders.

⋅ Prostate Cancer

» Due to complexity of the medical condition, no symptoms may be solely associated with cancer.

Test/s you should take:

  • Prostate Health Sensor
    This gene test analyzes gene variations to assess prostate cancer risk and prostate hyperplasia risk. This also analyzes the effect of over 40 relevant drugs.
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⋅ Rheumatoid Arthritis

» Joint pain, tenderness, swelling

Test/s you should take: 

  • Joint Sensor
  • This gene test is useful in the genetic risk assessment for inflammatory joint disease. Analysis of the effectiveness of more than 34 relevant drugs will help in optimizing drug therapy. A lifestyle program with diet and micronutrient supplementation recommendations will further maximize disease prevention and treatment.

⋅ Rhythm problem in ECG

» Palpitations, chest pain.

Test/s you should take:

  • Glyphosate Test
    Glyphosate, the world’s most widely-produced herbicide, is found in over 700 different products from agriculture to home uses. Glyphosate usage has been associated with numerous chronic illnesses, including hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, an lipoprotein metabolism disorder. Glyphosate can enter the body by direct absorption through the skin, by eating foods treated with glyphosate, or by drinking water contaminated with glyphosate. This test measures glyphosate levels in the body.

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⋅ Stroke

» It occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts (or ruptures).

Test/s you should take:

  • Vitamin D Test
  • This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient. Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.

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⋅ Ulcerative Colitis

» Diarrhea, abdominal pain, lower abdominal discomfort or cramps.

Test/s you should take:

  • IBD Sensor

This genetic test to assess predisosition to Chron’s Disease will help in early detection and management. The effect of over 20 relevant drugs are analyzed by looking at genetic variations affecting these drugs.

⋅ Urticaria

» Hives, itchiness

Test/s you should take:

  • FABER Test

This is an IgE blood test that identifies one’s possible causes of one’s allergies. The FABER test evaluates 123 different allergenic sources using a combination of 122 allergenic molecules and 122 allergenic extracts.

  • Allergy Sensor

This type of test provides a precise determination of allergenic individual components, without direct contact with the test substances, as it is the case for skin tests.

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⋅ Veinous Thrombosis

» Blood Clot

Test/s you should take:

  • Thrombosis Sensor

⋅ Vitamin D Deficiency

» Skin changes eg rashes and dry skin.

Test/s you should take:

  • Vitamin D
  • Test This blood tests checks for the levels of active Vitamin D in the body (both from diet and sun exposure) to determine if you are deficient in this important nutrient. Vitamin D is also an important immune regulator. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to increased risk for many common and serious diseases, including some cancers, diabetes, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.

⋅ Vitamin or Mineral Deficiencies sion

» Vitamin or Mineral Deficiencies sion.

Test/s you should take:

  • Comprehensive Stool Analysis
  • This test evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, and overall intestinal health, along with information about prescription and natural products effective against specific bacteria should they be detected in the sample.

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⋅ Watery eyes, Coryza, Rhinitis, Nasal congestion

» Watery eyes, Coryza, Rhinitis, Nasal congestion.

Test/s you should take:

  • Allergy Sensor
  • This type of test provides a precise determination of allergenic individual components, without direct contact with the test substances, as it is the case for skin tests.

  • FABER Test
  • This is an IgE blood test that identifies one’s possible causes of one’s allergies. The FABER test evaluates 123 different allergenic sources using a combination of 122 allergenic molecules and 122 allergenic extracts.

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