Below is an extensive, but not exhaustive list of the most frequent diagnostic tests we run. We treat a wide range of symptoms, successfully, with our holistic approach tailored specifically to you.
These tests are done from finger prick blood spot and show reaction to 200 foods or 190 foods + a candida test measurement is by IgG immune reaction.
The Adrenal profile considered to be a valuable and accurate stress test combines saliva and urine testing for a 24 hour profile of Cortisol and Cortisone and their Metabolites.
This test is a measure of a woman’s egg reserves and fertility. it may indicate the start of menopause and polycystic ovary syndrome a common cause of infertility.
The frequencies of Delta, Theta, Alpha and Beta indicate energy , stress, sleep, and hormone patterns. “Brain Fog” syndrome is often seen here.
Insulin resistance can lead to type 2 diabetes, stroke, fatty liver, and Arteriosclerosis (also known as Atherosclerosis), a process of progressive thickening and hardening of the walls of medium-sized and large arteries.
Candida is a yeast that is found naturally as part of the normal healthy gut micro flora and also occurs in the mouth, gut and vagina. The test recognises when levels of these antibodies are particularly high, signalling an overgrowth of Candida.
Coeliac antibody tests detect autoantibodies that the body creates as part of an immune response to dietary proteins (such as gluten) found in wheat, rye, and barley. These autoantibodies are involved in
inflammation in the gut resulting in malnutrition and malabsorption.
The DUTCH is the most advanced hormone test, offering an extensive profile of sex and adrenal hormones
and melatonin, along with their metabolites, to identify symptoms of hormonal imbalances. Easily collected
in the comfort of your own home.
Is an objective technique which can offer a unique insight into the energetic changes in the body. It can
be used for monitoring the energy levels and focal disturbances in body segments. It allows monitoring the
disease progression and can be also used in preventive medicine.
Even for a healthy, fertile couples, fertility tests still may be something to consider. It’s estimated that only 15-20% will conceive in the first month of trying, with around 90% of couples younger than 35 being able to conceive naturally with a year of trying. Despite leading a healthy lifestyle, many couples will struggle to conceive or experience infertility for several reasons: Problems with the woman’s ovulation,
Endometriosis – the abnormal growth of uterus tissue outside the uterus itself, Blockage of the Fallopian tubes, or problems with the male’s sperm.
Diabetes is linked to cardiovascular disease and other significant health risks. Including hormone imbalances such as poly cystic ovary syndrome and Adrenal imbalance This test offers one of the most sensitive assessments of insulin response and glucose control.
Endocrine glands, which are special groups of cells make hormones. There are many endocrine glands in the
body. The main hormone glands being, the pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, ovaries and testes adrenals, and pancreas. If hormone imbalance is left untreated it can result in serious medical conditions. As the body changes from childhood to adulthood, puberty is experienced by both male and females. They will then again
experience a change later in life after their childbearing years have been passed. With men the changes they
experience are more gradual.
The DUTCH Plus combines information of the metabolites of reproductive and adrenal hormones and markers of vitamin deficiency, neurotransmitter metabolites and melatonin. This test is the most comprehensive, cost-effective hormone test for insomnia.
The Organic Acids Test (OAT) offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health with 76
markers. It provides an accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria. Abnormally high levels can cause or worsen behaviour disorders, hyperactivity, movement disorders, fatigue and immune function. Many
people with chronic illnesses and neurological disorders often excrete several abnormal organic acids in
Oxytocin has been called “The Love Hormone” and the “The Hormone of Happiness.” Oxytocin is a peptide hormone made of nine amino acids and is secreted by the posterior pituitary gland in the brain. Oxytocin plays a well-known role in pregnancy- related uterine contractions and lactation. Recent research has brought to light a new understanding of oxytocin actions in many other body systems associated with Autism, Depression, Sexual dysfunction, especially erectile dysfunction, Headache, fibromyalgia Osteopenia & Low Muscle Mass.
Is a computerised system of measuring the energy in the Chinese Meridian System which was used by the Russian Cosmonauts on Space Station Mir over a period of 4 years. It combines ancient knowledge with
the scientific research of the Russian Space technology and orthodox medicine to become a system that provides sustained support for the prevention and early detection of diseases and weaknesses.
The Comprehensive Stool Analysis detects the presence of pathogenic yeast, parasites, and bacteria, which
could be contributing to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction. The test also evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, overall intestinal health (presence of occult blood, short chain fatty acids analysis, pH, mucus, and other criteria), and markers for inflammation.
Over time, men experience a gradual loss of their hormones that are produced in the testes and adrenal
glands. Testosterone and DHEA levels fall and Oestrogen levels tend to rise. Male menopause, or what doctors call ”andropause”, can create symptoms of weight gain, lower sex drive, depression, hair loss, sleeping troubles, fatigue, and increased prostate cancer risk.
Other than calcium and vitamin D , one of the most common deficiencies or imbalances is to be found in Copper and Zinc. Results from a study carried out by the University of Northern Ireland found copper deficiency to be a major cause of osteoporosis.
However copper deficiency may be due to an excess of Zinc and visa versa. Copper levels are also very much influenced by hormone levels and Hormone Replacement Therapy
Changes in the permeability of the small intestine can result in under-absorption of nutrients or the converse, over-absorption of the intestinal contents. Either condition can be described as malabsorption, the under-absorption of nutrients.