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Gastrointestinal (GI) Testing

The two gastrointestinal stool and saliva tests listed below help evaluate certain conditions affecting the stomach, small intestines, and colon. The stool and saliva samples are collected in the privacy of your own home in a clean container and then sent to the laboratory. Laboratory analysis of the stool includes microscopic examination, chemical tests, and microbiologic tests. Yeast, parasites and their ova, and bacteria may or may not be found. Nutrient absorption, probiotics' effectiveness, and gut immunity are examined. The saliva is tested specifically for roundworm, tissue worm, toxoplasma, and tapeworm, as well as wheat (gluten), cow's milk (casein), egg (ovalbumin), and soy protein intolerances.

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Testing - Gastrointestinal Health Panel


NOTE: Due to NY State regulations we cannot provide this test to persons residing in the state of New York.

The Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Panel evaluates gastrointestinal function and health in order to assist you to overcome digestive disorders such as Candida albicans, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn's Disease, Colitis and seemingly unrelated symptoms such as Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. The Gastrointestinal Health Panel is often recommended for those people who have traveled abroad extensively, have unresolved digestive problems, have a sudden change in bowel habits and are using probiotics to address their digestive health.

The Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Panel includes 15 conjoint parameter analyses tests covering the following:

  • Stool culture for yeast and bacteria such as Blastocystis hominis
  • Immunoassays for Giardia antigen, Cryptosporidium antigen and Clostridium difficile toxin
  • Microscopic Ova and Parasite wet mounts, general stain and special stain
  • Antibody IgA for Ameba histolytica
  • Antibody IgG for Heliobacter pylori
  • Fecal pH test
  • Anti-Gliadin antibody test for Gluten Intolerance
  • Digestion related screens for enzyme levels and immunochemical markers such as Chymotrypsin
  • Intestinal function markers to evaluate irritation and inflammation; markers indicate overall status of gut immunity and integrity, i.e. occult blood, total intestinal SIgA, etc.

The fee for the Gastrointestinal Health Panel includes 30 minute consultation to establish a healing protocol possibly using diet, supplement, colon cleansing, herbs and lifestyle changes. When you receive your test results, contact us to make an appointment for your 30 minute consultation to interpret your test results. If you need a longer consultation, additional time is charged at $1.60/minute.

When your Gastrointestinal Health Panel order is received, our lab is notified and ships you a sample collection kit with instructions. Follow the directions inside of the test kit and submit your samples via the United States Post Office, Express Mail, back to the lab. You may use another overnight service but USPS is the most affordable and is reliable. Once we receive your results from the lab, we will mail them to you. This process usually takes 7-10 business days.

A Gastrointestinal Health Panel is best used in conjunction with an HTMA. The reason for this is that optimal mineral levels are needed to correct digestive imbalances. Additionally, heavy metals interfere with the body's ability to heal and rebalance gut immunity. The results of both tests give a more complete picture of what is needed to improve your health.

Gastrointestinal Health Panel (GIHP) FAQs

Testing - Gastrointestinal Health Panel Expanded


NOTE: Due to NY State regulations we cannot provide this test to persons residing in the state of New York.

The Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Panel - Expanded panel of 22 conjoint parameter analyses tests contains all 15 of the tests in the Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Panel and the 30-minute consultation, plus:

  • Food intolerance test for milk antibody - SIgA
  • Food intolerance test for soy antibody - SIgA
  • Food intolerance test for egg antibody - SIgA
  • Stool test for tapeworm
  • Stool test for roundworm
  • Stool test for tissue worm or trichinella
  • Stool test for toxoplasma

Read the Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Panel description for further explanation.

Gastrointestinal Health Panel (GIHP) FAQs