Gastrointestinal Health Panel


Do You Need the GI Health Panel?

Get to the bottom of complaints that keep coming back... no one enjoys heartburn, bloating, or diarrhea!

Clinical microbiology plays a crucial role in individual and community health. Because most microbes living on or within the body are beneficial, distinguishing those that are disease-producing is a critical function of a clinical microbiology laboratory.

Gastrointestinal problems, including bacterial flora changes, may underlie numerous health conditions. Common clinical examples include irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, insulin resistance, obesity, autoimmune conditions, and allergies. 


Diagnostic microbiology testing that helps you assess digestive and absorptive functions, detect pathogens or parasites and identify specific bacteria and yeast. Through specimens collected from a variety of body sites and the use of advanced assays and technology, the laboratory determines what microorganisms are present and which may be causing infection. This approach can help us select the most appropriate antimicrobial therapy.


What Conditions Can Be Affected by

Nutrient Status?

  • Diabetes

  • Fatigue

  • Mood Disorders

  • Weight 

  • Sports Performance

  • Osteoporosis

  • Cardiovascular Disease

  • Migraines

  • Women's Health 

  • Hypertension

  • Inflammation

  • Stress Tolerance

  • Many, many other common conditions

A major benefit reported by most is definite improvement of cognitive function and some considered this therapy a major deterrent to Alzheimers. 

Resources and Additional Information

Dr. David Quig of Doctor's Data on Comprehensive Stool Analysis

Healthy Digestion, A TEDX Talk by Courtney Jackson

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