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Comprehensive Health Assessment Tests
Comprehensive Stool Test
An All in ONE test for -IBS, Bloating, Candida, Hpylori, parasites A Comprehensive test to look at Normal bacteria- so we can get a sense of what the levels are. Normal gut bacteria at low levels allow for Opportunistic and Pathogenic bacteria to thrive. So just testing for opportunistic or pathogenic bacteria isnt the full picture. I use this for Gut (IBS, bloating, diarrhea) , Hormones (fibroid, endometriosis, PMS, acne), autoimmune concerns and Depression/anxiety. We are able to look at how well are you: - Digesting and absorbing food - Inflammation - Immune health in your Gut. - Virus, parasites, worms, yeast.
Comprehensive Food Sensitivity Test
Food sensitivity (versus food allergy) Arises when the body has a difficult time digesting a certain food. You may experience symptoms, such as bloating, fatigue, change in bowel movement, abdominal pains, headaches and acid reflux. These symptoms can appear immediately or after a while (weeks or months) with continuous intake of that food. Testing is separate than food allergy testing. And tests for IgG antibodies, that have a half-life of 30-90 days. These💉 blood tests are mainly available to Naturopathic Doctors. Food Allergy Shows up immediately as itchy watery eyes, swollen face/lips, wheezing, rashes and anaphylaxis. These foods are tested as skin prick, patch or blood test. They test for IgE antibodies, that have a half life of 1-3 days. I have No Food Allergies, but have many food sensitivities. Running these tests helped identify what foods worsened my IBS (even low fodmap foods and some gluten free grains showed up). 👉A food sensitivity test identifies Uniquely with your digestive and immune system the foods that your body can’t digest, that can then cause bloating, headaches, fatigue, etc. . Individualistic medicine- your cause of bloating (oranges) is different than my cause of bloating (apples).
The Natural Health Podcast
#185 How stress affects your Gut & Hormones with Naturopathic Doctor Aisha Durrani
Friends sharing facts about health, business, and overall success How stress affects your Gut & Hormones In today’s episode of the Natural Health Podcast, we speak to Naturopathic Doctor Aisha Durrani. We all know that stress affects how we think and work. Sometimes, we forget that this also affects our health. In this episode, we discuss all things how stress can affect our body specifically the gut and hormones. This is a great episode and is perfect for individuals who always feel stressed. Dr. Aisha Durrani is a Naturopathic Doctor from Toronto Canada. She is deeply passionate about working with women and helping them understand their bodies to get them feeling as confident as they can in their own skin. Her focus lies on the Gut-Hormones connection and frequently treats period problems along with IBS/leaky gut. On her free time, Dr. Aisha does three of her favorite hobbies - poetic writing, hiking, creating tea blends. We discuss in this episode how stress can affect the functions of your gut and how this is related to your hormonal activity. Bonus: Check out Dr. Aisha’s 8 steps to reset your gut. https://www.draishadurrani.com/patient-resources Social Media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/draishadurranind/ Website: https://www.draishadurrani.com Thank you for joining us at the Natural Health Podcast and remember the missing link between failure and success is your HEALTH! -------------------- Did you learn anything in this episode? You want more? - Follow me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mihaela.raguz YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwL1wkiL3L2WvvWw6FUkdOw?sub_confirmation=1 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Lwn89786V8Kb6ArrxMOve iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-natural-health-podcast/id1497070658 -------------------- Music Song: Joakim Karud - Thank You (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/o4RybjThnEo -------------------- The content and information provided here is the opinion of Mihaela Raguz and is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or take the place of medical advice or any current treatment you are undertaking. It is advised that you consult your doctor or health professional in relation to any health concerns you may have. Mihaela Raguz does not take responsibility for any health consequences which occur from a person viewing or reading this content. Please note if you are taking prescription do not stop your medication or start any new protocol including but not limited to supplements, diet, lifestyle changes without consulting your doctor or health professional. --------------------
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