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Medical Testing

Who Needs to Cleanse?

Medical testing is necessary. Because, for example, you and a friend may both test positive for a candida yeast problem, but the sensitivity reading may indicate that the same remedy which kills her yeast could make yours worse. This explains why most health food store cleansers don’t work.

If you answer “yes” to 3 or more of the above–listed question or answer “no” to question 20, you are a good candidate for an internal cleansing program and would benefit greatly.
Poor Digestion = Toxic Build-up
Toxic Build-up = Dis-Ease!

Thus a medical test is not just a good idea, it is essential to your success.

Without testing you are only guessing. We use is a Comprehensive Stool Analysis with Parasitology. It uses over 25 parameters to measure dysbiosis such as abnormal intestinal microflora, bacteriology, yeast cultures, beneficial flora, imbalanced flora and dysbiotic flora, combined with detection of infectious pathogens and visual evaluation for the presence of parasites. Yeast might not be your problem – this test will tell us.

Bacteriology Section:

Over the past 90 plus years extensive scientific research has demonstrated 3 key probiotics which are essential to the functional health of the gut, and as a consequence, to the whole human organism. The benefits include inhibition of microbial pathogens, prevention and treatment of antibiotic associated diarrhea, reduction of lactose intolerance symptoms, reduction in serum cholesterol levels, enhancement of the immune system, and inhibition of the proliferation of Candida Albicans. These key Probiotics produce folic acid, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, pyridoxine, biotin and vitamin K. The test measures your level of these key probiotics as well as any pathogenic flora and the sensitivity testing necessary to determine what remedy to use for Removal.

Yeast Section:

Infection with yeast species can cause numerous symptoms. There are over 400 types of yeast. Identification of abnormal levels of the specific yeast species in the stool is an important diagnostic step in therapeutic planning for someone with chronic gastrointestinal and other symptoms. Yeast sensitivities testing to a variety of prescriptive and natural agents are provided when yeast is cultured at any level. This provides useful clinical information to help plan an appropriate treatment protocol.

Parasite Section:

Most Americans are inclined to believe that parasitic infection is a rare and exotic occurrence, limited to those who have traveled to distant, tropical lands. However, there has been a dramatic increase in the incidence of parasitic infection in this country. Reasons for this increase include the following: Contamination of the water supply , Increased use of day care centers, Increased travel to, and visits from residents of countries where parasitic infection is endemic, Household pets, Consumption of exotic and uncooked foods, Antibiotic use, The “sexual revolution” The most common signs and symptoms are: constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, irritable bowel syndrome, anemia, increased allergic reactions, skin rash or lesions, emotional agitation and anxiety, difficulty with sleep, decreased energy, malnutrition and decreased immune function.