Measurement methods – Gastrointestinal problems

People with constipation, diarrhea, and irritable bowel syndrome may not be aware that this could be a sign of low pancreatic enzyme production, parasites, yeast overgrowth, and/or imbalances in pancreatic enzymes. intestinal bacteria. Food sensitivities may also play a role. Knowing your IgG reactivity level for the most common foods in the standard Western diet can be useful information when used in conjunction with an elimination diet to work towards healing the gut and improving gastrointestinal symptoms.

Did you know that there are tests that can help get to the root of gastrointestinal problems by measuring a wide range of parameters indicative of overall gut health and imbalances in gut bacteria? There are also comprehensive food sensitivity test kits that will report the level of IgG reactivity for common foods found in a standard western diet. That’s right, no more guesswork!

Due to the significant indications of this symptom, we recommend that you take ourpersonalizedhealthquizto determine which test kit will best help you based on your personal combination of symptoms.

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