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Adrenal Corticoids

Adrenal Corticoids Profile; urineThe Adrenal Corticoids profile is a consideration for baseline or follow-up testing for patients with concerns that are particular to HPA axis and corticoid health. This non-invasive test requires only 4 or 5 separate urine collections...

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Adrenal Function Panel (H)

This profile provides a comprehensive view of adrenal function and includes 4 cortisol levels timed throughout the day as well as DHEA. Symptoms that would indicate ordering this profile include:FatigueNervousnessWeaknessSugar cravingsInsomniaDizzy spellsHeadaches...

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Androgens and Progesterones

Androgens and progesterone are tested together due to their proximity to each other on the hormone cascade. The Androgens and Progesterones Profile combines unconjugated steroid hormones and their metabolites, providing insight into the efficiency of the enzymes that metabolize t...

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Bacteriology Culture/Sensitivities; stool

The Bacteriology Culture profile can identify the presence of beneficial flora, imbalanced flora including Clostridium species, and dysbiotic flora, as well as detect infectious pathogens. A good balance of beneficial microflora has been known to be associated with health benefit...

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Basic Salivary Hormone Panel (H)

The Basic Hormone Profile provides a basic evaluation of the sex hormones and a brief glimpse at adrenal function with the AM cortisol level. This profile is useful when retesting patients who have begun hormone therapy, but we encourage use of the Comprehensive Profile for initi...

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Beta-Glucuronidase; stool

β-glucuronidase (β-G) is an enzyme that breaks the tight bond between glucuronic acid and toxins in the intestines. The liver and intestine bind toxins, steroid hormones and some dietary components to glucuronic acid. That is a protective process that limits absorption...

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Calprotectin; Stool

Calprotectin is a calcium-binding protein produced by neutrophils and monocytes, and it may be involved in inflammatory signaling. Elevated Calprotectin and fecal Lactoferrin levels indicate the presence of neutrophils and inflammation in the gastrointestinal (GI) mucosa. Calprot...

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CardioMetabolic Profile, Serum

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the second leading cause of death in North America. Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a risk factor for CVD and renal damage. Therefor this comprehensive test evaluates risk for CVD plus too often associated MetS. Many of the risk factors and metab...

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Cardiovascular Risk Profile

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is associated with more deaths than all cancers—and more deaths in women than breast cancer. This Cardiovascular Risk Profile evaluates a thorough battery of traditional and advanced biomarkers to aid in early detection and modification of risk...

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Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity; bloodspot

Celiac disease (CD) is often undiagnosed and is caused in genetically predisposed individuals by abnormal intestinal permeability and abnormal immune response to gluten, a protein complex found in wheat, barley, spelt and rye. The inflammatory autoimmune response damages the lini...

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