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My known hormone issue is not on the report

Our hormone testing is used to identify imbalances that may affect digestive health – this does not indicate if the hormone is producing too much or too little.nWe do not advise it be used as a diagnostic tool for hormone conditions.nIf you are experiencing symptoms...

If I have a gluten intolerance, what can/can’t I eat?

Gluten can be found in wheat, rye, and barley and we would recommend avoiding foods containing these grains.nWe would also recommend looking for gluten-free certified oats, as oats are often processed around gluten containing grains despite not containing gluten...

What symptoms will my intolerances cause?

Different food items can cause a variety of symptoms in different people; not everyone will experience the same symptoms from an intolerance to a food item. Common intolerance symptoms include; bloating, excess gas, constipation, diarrhea, headaches, brain fog,...

How do IgG tests work?

IgG’s (intolerance) are highly reactive to frequency/quantity of a food in the diet. The science behind IgG’s expression is based on its short term memory. Some scientists say 6 weeks, other say 3 months memory. If a food is totally removed from the diet...

If I remove dairy from my diet, how will I get calcium?

The following foods are excellent non-dairy sources of calcium;nChia seeds, almonds, figs, tofu, white beans, fortified milk alternatives, sunflower seeds, kale, edamame, broccoli, sweet potato, sesame seeds, collare greens, okra, butternut squash, oranges.nWe...