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Functional testing is an effective and scientific way of assessing someone’s health status, removing the guess work and optimising time with a targeted approach. As a Nutritional therapist I will not diagnose a condition, however, testing can provide us with information on how well the body is functioning and is a useful tool to rule out possible underlying causes of symptoms, as well as providing a baseline measure to assess the progress.

  • Microbiome Analysis
    Our comprehensive stool test uses the latest science to give a detailed insight into gut health and the microbiome. Providing information on digestive capacity, inflammation, the balance of bacteria including chronic disease-related microbial markers; bacteria parasites, yeast. It also gives indicators of ‘leaky gut’ and bacteria associated with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). This test may be suitable for those with IBS, IBD, skin conditions such as eczema, acne and psoriasis. Hormonal imbalances and mental health conditions as well as food allergies and intolerances.
  • SIBO Test
    Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) - This SIBO specific test is a non-invasive breath test. We have billions of bacteria inside our gut, but sometimes these bacteria can migrate and dominate less favourable places, in this case the small intestine. This test asses gases produced in response to drinking an oral solution and seeing how it reacts within the intestine. Symptoms of SIBO include bloating, gas, acid reflux, nausea, feeling of fullness, constipation, diarrhoea and gut pain.
  • Thyroid Test
    The Thyroid is a small butterfly shape gland found in the neck responsible for releasing 2 hormones; Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3), which is regulated by the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) that is made in the pituitary gland, in the brain. The thyroid is responsible for regulating metabolism, energy and mood. Standard healthcare will generally only refer to TSH & T4, whereas our comprehensive thyroid tests not only test TSH and T4, but also include Reverse T3, Free T4, Free T3, and antibodies, giving a much clearer clinical picture.
  • Well Woman Health Check
    A popular health screening for women focusing on core aspects of health. A perfect choice if you are looking for a full body MOT, or you would like some reassurance with some niggling symptoms. Perhaps you would like to identify any risk factors for heart long term health such as heart disease or diabetes. Key markers this test covers; cholesterol, thyroid, HbA1c, red and white blood cells, iron status, CRP (a marker of inflammation), vitamins, including B12, folate and vitamin D. As well as Hormones that are linked with fertility and libido.
  • Well Man Health Check
    A comprehensive health check screening for men, whether you are looking to get on top of any health issues or want an insight into long term risk factors for conditions such as diabetes or heart disease. This test covers a wide range of markers, including; liver and kidney health, cholesterol status, red and white blood cells, iron status, gout risk, CRP (a marker of inflammation) vitamin B12, folate and vitamin D. As well as testosterone, a vital hormone that influences mood and energy levels as well as fertility and libido.
  • Fertility, Pregnancy and Menopause"
    Are you considering your future fertility options? Maybe you are trying to get pregnant or about to start IVF, or would like to know what part your hormones are paying with your health concerns. This blood test covers; Oestodiol, Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and Anti- Mullerian Hormone (AMH). Oestrodiol plays a vital role in the reproductive system and ovarian function, low Oestradiol is linked with symptoms associated with the menopause including hot flushes and night sweats. FSH helps control the reproductive cycle and development of eggs, AMH is produced by the ovaries and can be an indicator or ovarian reserve.
  • Food Intolerances and Nutritional Insufficiencies
    Proper nutrition is vital for the prevention of disease, our comprehensive screening assess nutritional insufficiencies, including vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and amino acids (the building blocks of protein). Testing can help gain an understanding of how nutritional imbalances may be impacting your health. If you suspect that a food is responsible for causing their symptoms, but can't quite identify which food(s), book a free call to discuss the best available options.
  • Genetic testing
    Would you like an in-depth look into your genetics and explore how they may be influencing your health. Variations in our DNA sequence, known at SNPs, combined with diet and environmental factors are implicated in most chronic health conditions. Whilst we can’t change our DNA, understanding the makeup of it can help make informed choices in disease prevention. Gene variants can effect food intolerances, detoxification capacity, neurotransmitters, thyroid balance and sports performance.
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