GI Effects

  GI Effects

 

The GI Effects Stool test uses DNA analysis to assess the presence of unfriendly organisms, like fungus, bacteria and parasites, also the health of the gut, that is a lot more effective and accurate than the standard culture based stool testing.

Not like the classic stool testing, the GI Effects can identify aerobes and anaerobes and has the capacity to detect parasites in as little as 5 cells per gram, which is a 5000-fold increase in sensitivity in comparison to microscopy.

Parasites are particularly difficult to identify and be undetected, in consequence the DNA testing significantly increases one's ability to locate them.

 

Prior to the use of DNA analysis used in the GI Effects test anaerobes were immeasurable, even though they comprise more than 95% of the gut.

Gut dysbiosis plays a essential role in almost all health conditions, and gut dysbiosis is caused by the proliferation of pathogenic parasites, yeast and bacteria. The health of your gut is directly related to your overall health. As a matter of fact, many practitioners believe that all disease begins in the gut.

 
 
 

Benefits of the GI Effects Stool Test

Measures healthy or beneficial flora, which is crucial for controlling the bad organisms.

In standard culture based stool testing you had to collect several stool samples over a period of days, with DNA analysis only one sample is all we need. It makes it an easier process for the analysis.

 

Standard stool testing is vulnerable to changes in microbes during transport, while DNA analysis provides a more stable sample. Its a greater and better-quality test, for the detection of parasites and anaerobes.

 

 
 
 
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