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Poor digestive function and an imbalanced gut flora are linked to the formation of

many different health conditions. Symptoms of a poor gut function include diarrhoea,

constipation, bloating, flatulence, abdominal discomfort and bad breath.

Depending on the level of the CDSA test that you choose, this test will determine

how good your digestion and absorption is working as well as provide information

about your microbial flora and if any pathogenic bacteria, parasites and yeast are present.

Magnifying glass looking at microbes in gut

Complete Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA)

Discover your microbiome

Discover your microbiome. This test will provide you with a comprehensive breakdown of your microbiome, how it’s functioning, and how it compares to others. This information will allow you to target your treatment in improving your gut microbiome.

Intestinal Permeability (IP)

Testing for intestinal permeability, also known as 'leaky gut', determines if any damage to the lining of your gut wall is present, which can cause conditions such as food sensitivity, food allergy, skin conditions (acne, eczema, psoriasis) and irritable bowel syndrome. 

Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth (SIBO)

This simple breath test is used when a bacterial overgrowth in the absorptive area of the small intestine is suspected, causing damage to the absorptive surface which can then result in different health conditions.

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