Feeling sick and tired all the time? Suffering from allergies or recurring infections? If you’re experiencing fatigue, constipation, diarrhea or abdominal discomfort, you might need to take a good look at your intestinal health.
Many chronic health issues are caused by inflammation in the digestive tract and abnormal levels of yeast/candida, pathogenic bacteria or other parasitic microbes. If you’re suffering from poor gastrointestinal function, you may not be
digesting and absorbing important nutrients that serve as fuel for your
body. A comprehensive digestive stool analysis can help determine whether poor intestinal health is interfering with a healthy digestive system.
What is a stool analysis and why is it important?
A comprehensive digestive stool analysis is a non-invasive test that provides invaluable information in terms of understanding the role of poor digestive function in disease. It evaluates digestion and absorption, bacterial balance and metabolism, yeast and immune status.
Who can benefit from a stool analysis?
A stool analysis is recommended for anyone with non-specific GI-related symptoms, such as indigestion, constipation and diarrhea. This test helps pinpoint imbalances and provide clues about current digestive health symptoms and warns of potential problems should the imbalances progress.
What are some symptoms of poor intestinal health?
Symptoms that you may be experiencing that can benefit from further investigation include:
- Abdominal pain
- Gas and Bloating
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Brain fog
Are there other conditions that may be associated with poor
Recent evidence shows that intestinal health abnormalities may be associated with many conditions not generally thought of to be associated with digestion including:
- Antibiotic use
- Autoimmune disease
- Skin problems
- Chronic Fatigue
What should you do if you suspect poor digestive health?
Stop guessing, stop suffering and improve your intestinal health. Discover if you do have Candidiasis (intestinal yeast) or other digestive health issues by contacting a health practitioner that provides comprehensive digestive stool analysis. This one simple test can lead to a happier life with a healthy digestive system.
Is stool analysis expensive?
The costs vary from $129 - $414. If your insurance carrier does not cover the test, you only pay the base cost directly to the lab. You should submit the lab receipt to your insurance carrier as many patients get fully reimbursed.
In a perfect world, all the good nutrients in the food we eat would be perfectly converted and used by the body for energy and metabolic function. But the fact is, lifestyle choices and a toxic environment get in the way. Once you’ve had a comprehensive stool analysis, start making healthier food choices and avoid toxins. You’ll notice a world of difference for your digestive health.