Evidence suggests that both local and systemic health issues may begin as imbalances in gastrointestinal function. Some of the consequences of imbalanced gastrointestinal health are:
Specialized genomic testing can provide a glimpse into one's potential health future. Genetic testing enables one to minimize the risk by:
Imbalanced hormone production affects a wide range of body functions, producing symptoms that negatively affect the quality of life and may increase the risk for hormone-related diseases. Identification and targeted treatment of hormonal imbalances using customized hormone and/or nutritional therapies improves symptoms,quality of life, and may reduce disease risk.
Toxic body burden is the lifelong accumulation of chemicals to which we are exposed through our food, air, and environment. This accumulation is not without consequences, and chronic health conditions like autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as cancer and even diabetes, have been associated with ongoing exposure to environmental toxins. A comprehensive and cost-effective tool narrows down the areas of toxic burden that could be related to chronic, intractable symptoms.
Research suggests that nutritional deficiencies may be at the root of many chronic conditions. The Nutritional Evaluation can help identify specific, personalized recommendations for even the most difficult-to-treat patient cases.
This test is a comprehensive assessment of sex and adrenal hormones and their metabolites. It also includes the daily, free cortisol pattern, organic acids, melatonin (6-OHMS), and 8-OHdG.
Mercola Interview on DUTCH
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