Nutrition Consults & Tests

Meeting your genetic nutritional requirements is a critical foundation that should be applied in any health building program. Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) is a type of detective work that seeks to identify the underlying causes of disease instead of treating symptoms. Using functional lab work, Samantha will identify healing opportunities and engage each client in a health building process using the potent, proven, professional protocols in the FDN D.R.E.S.S. for Health Success program. This includes Diet, Rest, Exercise, Supplements and Stress Reduction. This natural, holistic approach yields the highest level of positive clinical outcomes. Samantha does not medicate, she educates! See below for nutritional consultation options.

Nutritional Consultations:

Complete Nutritional Consultation Package

Basic Nutritional Consultation Plan

Individual Tests:

Food Sensitivity Test (Mediator Release Test)

Hormone and Adrenal Profile

Metabolic Profile

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GI Pathogen Screen

Heavy Metals Test

BioSignature Assessment

BioHealth Metabolic Assessment

Stool Swab Test

Candida Test

Water Analysis Test

 

Metabolic Assessment Profile

The profile provides valuable data
that can guide you in the management
of disorders related to chronic stress. The three markers interrelate on many levels, influencing one another as well as all other body systems they are indican, bile acids and lipid peroxides. The data will provide us with information on Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), maldigestion … Continue reading Metabolic Assessment Profile

Food Sensitivity Test

Food Sensitivity Test (MRT) (blood test) tests against 150 food items, food additives, and chemicals
. The test also identifies common hidden food intolerance. This test package also includes a 4-day rotation diet customized from your blood test results. Most Common symptom: Constipation, weight gain, inflammation and swelling, migraine headaches, IBS, ADD/HD, skin conditions, food cravings, … Continue reading Food Sensitivity Test

Parasitology Center Inc. Full GI Panel

The Parasitology Center Inc. Full GI Panel (stool test) includes the testing of fecal, blood, tissues and skin specimens to diagnose and taxonomically identify human and animal-borne parasitic organisms and agents of medical and public health importance. These include over 40 species of protozoan (single-celled organisms), cysts and trophozoites, eggs and other stages of metazoans … Continue reading Parasitology Center Inc. Full GI Panel

Intestinal Mucosal Barrier Function Screen

The Intestinal Mucosal Barrier Function Screen (saliva) tests IgA+IgM (combined) to: dietary proteins; aerobic bacteria; anaerobic bacteria; Candida yeast; sIgA immune
. This test assesses gut function and immune function Includes test results consultation and customized gut healing protocol. Single stool retest has no consult fee unless a new protocol is needed. *Lab fee not included; kit … Continue reading Intestinal Mucosal Barrier Function Screen

Heavy Metal Testing

Hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) is an analytical test, which measures the mineral content of the hair. The sampled hair, obtained by cutting the first inch and one-half of growth closest to the scalp at the nape of the neck, is prepared in a licensed clinical laboratory through a series of chemical and high temperature … Continue reading Heavy Metal Testing

Stool Swab Test

This test is highly recommended for patients with GI symptoms who have had negative stool tests for parasites, as the symptoms for pathogenic bacteria are very similar to those of parasitic infections. Swabs are taken for culturing and analysis of bacterial and fungal infections. The swab can be used for culturing stool, skin, urine, or … Continue reading Stool Swab Test

Candida Blood Test

US Biotek, BioHealth, and Parasitology Labs used to identify if there is Candida present.

Water Analysis Test

This test is used to evaluate the presence of water borne parasites as well as other parasites, bacteria, and fungus. The most common microscopic human parasites (Protozoa) are transmitted via drinking water contaminated with fecal material from infected persons. Approximately 1/5th of US households supplied by surface water treatment plants carry parasites such as Cryptosporidum … Continue reading Water Analysis Test