Mediator Release Test by Oxford Biomedical
The MRT is a functional measurement of diet-induced sensitivities and is the most reliable test for measuring the inflammatory response to food and food chemicals. The MRT test doesn’t just measure antibodies. It accounts for the widest array of inflammation pathways by assessing the innate and adaptive immune response. The MRT test is the best way to identify food sensitivities to achieve maximum outcomes in the shortest period of time.
Comprehensive Stool Analysis by Doctors Data
Nutrients require a specific internal environment to be properly digested and transported throughout the body. The Comprehensive Stool Analysis detects the presence of pathogenic microorganisms such as yeast, parasites, and bacteria that alter the internal environment. It provides helpful information about prescription and natural products effective against specific strains detected in the sample. The test also evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, overall intestinal health, and inflammation markers.
DUTCH by Precision Analytical
The DUTCH test is a simple and elegant test that provides the most comprehensive analysis of adrenal and sex hormones. This dried urine test for comprehensive hormones analyzes 35 different hormones and metabolites. Test Includes: Free cortisol (4), free cortisone (4), creatinine (4), tetrahydrocortisone, a-tetrahydrocortisol, b-tetrahydrocortisol, DHEAs, Progesterone metabolites (a-pregnanediol, b-pregnanediol), androgen metabolites (DHEAS, etiocholanolone, androsterone, testosterone, 5a-DHT, 5a-androstanediol, 5b-androstanediol, epi-testosterone), estrogen metabolites (estrone, estradiol, estriol, 2-OH-estrone, 4-OH-estrone, 16-OH-estrone, 2-Methoxy-estrone, 2-OH-estradiol), and 6-OH-melatonin-sulfate.
Functional Adrenal Stress Profile by BioHealth Labs
This test is used to evaluate the adrenal glands and hormone balance. An imbalance of any one hormone can throw physical and mental health out of balance, causing or aggravating mental health conditions. Saliva testing is the most convenient and least invasive manner to measure patients’ hormone status, as saliva measures the body’s “free” hormone levels. Clinically, the free hormone is considered to be the active hormone available for use by tissue. Thus, it is far more relevant to test the amount of hormones delivered to the tissue receptors, as this is a reflection of the active hormone levels within the body. This profile tests for cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and melatonin.
HTMA (Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis) by Analytical Research Labs
The HTMA measures the mineral content of your hair. Mineral content of the hair reflects the mineral content of the body’s tissues. Various mineral imbalances frequently lead to metabolic dysfunctions before any symptoms manifest. Even if you are not experiencing a severe problem, abnormal changes in body chemistry and nutritional deficiencies may result in early subtle changes in the body, such as, changes in hair, skin, nails and mood swings. Hair analysis is an invaluable screening tool which allows a correct program of diet and supplementation to be designed for each individual’s specific needs.
SIBO Breath Test by BioHealth Labs
This is a simple, non-invasive 3-hour breath test to identify small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. This breath test specifies which gasses are present, in addition to the location and severity of bacterial overgrowth. Test includes a lactulose challenge with 10 samples of breath
MTHFR/COMT Genetic Testing by Pharmasan Labs
This profile identifies genes variants affecting the synthesis and inactivation of specific neurotransmitters. Variants in methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase may affect synthesis of serotonin and the catecholamine neurotransmitters as well as decrease the ability to remove homocysteine from the blood efficiently. COMT variants may reduce inactivation of catecholamine neurotransmitters.
Restorative Wellness Blood Chemistry Panel by Doctor’s Choice
This Comprehensive Restorative Wellness Panel is a complete blood chemistry panel plus functional thyroid markers. Get a complete picture of how your thyroid is functioning beyond TSH. This panel will give you insight into why you have thyroid symptoms when your TSH is normal.
Pricing for lab tests is available upon request.