Food Sensitivity Testing - Blood Spot Test
Why test for food intolerance?
Immunoglobulins are antibodies that the body produces to fight bacteria and viruses. Antibodies are also responsible for allergic reactions in the body. Immunoglobulin G is the most abundant type of antibody in the body. It is involved in delayed hypersensitivity reactions, the most common type of allergy. IgG antibodies do not produce anaphylactic-type allergies. Delayed hypersensitivity reactions cause symptoms that appear anywhere from several hours to several days after exposure. This makes IgG allergies difficult to diagnose. Blood spot testing for IgG provides a simple and practical means for practitioners to uncover potential causes of allergic reactions and allergy related disease.
Health Investment Detailed
120 Foods- $295.00 + GST
200 Foods- $ 395.00 + GST
160 Vegetarian Food - $325.00 + GST
Candida Testing- $90.00 + GST
Additional Food testing- $15.00 + GST
Food Testing Client Guide Book View Here
Hormone Test Investment
Comprehensive Plus Panel- $325.00 + GST
Comprehensive Hormone Panel- $300.00 + GST
Short Comprehensive Panel- $270.00 + GST
Basic Hormone Panel- $250.00 + GST
Adrenal Function Panel- $250.00 + GST
Diurnal Cortisol Panel- $ 230.00 + GST
Any Three Hormones- $210.00 + GST
Any Two Hormones- $ 200.00 + GST
Single Hormone- $110.00 + GST
Hormone Client Guide Book;
Testosterone and More
Healthy Weight Management
What will my test look like?
Understanding the Hormones Tested
Neurotransmitter Investment Fee
NeuroBasic Panel - $289.00
Individual Neurotransmitters- $75.00
NeuroHormone Complete Plus- $425.00
NeuroHormone Complete Panel- $400.00
NeuroAdrenal Panel - $320.00
What will the test be able to tell me?
Hormone and Brain Chemistry Testing
Saliva testing is an easy and non-invasive way of assessing patients hormone balancing needs, and is proving to be the most reliable medium for measuring hormone levels. Unlike serum tests, saliva testing represents only hormones actively delivered to receptors in the body. Clinically, it is far more relevant to test these bioavailable hormones and provide an accurate reflection of the body’s active hormone levels
Hormones are powerful molecules essential for maintaining physical and mental health. We frequently think of estrogen as being a female hormone, and testosterone as being a male hormone. But men AND women make both, plus several more that need to be in balance for optimum health. An imbalance of any one hormone can throw your physical and mental health out of balance, causing aggravating and even serious health problems.One size does not fit all when it comes to hormones! For decades western medicine has prescribed hormone replacement therapy as if everyone needed the same thing and the same amount. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your hormones are like your fingerprints and in order to achieve optimal health, you need to know what your specific imbalances are.
Both men and women experience changes in hormone levels with age. Sometimes those changes result in unpleasant symptoms that demand attention. Often, the changes are more subtle - yet there is still an impact on overall health. Hormone testing is applicable for:
Brain Chemistry- Neurotransmitter Testing
Neurotransmitters are the brain chemicals that facilitate signals for the body to response to stimulation of action, thoughts and feelings. Neurotransmitters work with receptors in the brain to influence and regulate a wide range of processes such as mental performance, emotions, pain response and energy levels. Functioning primarily in the Central Nervous System (CNS), neurotransmitters are the brain’s chemical messengers, facilitating communication among the body’s glands, organs, and muscles. Numerous clinical studies have shown that inadequate neurotransmitter function has a profound influence on overall health and well-being. In fact, imbalances in certain neurotransmitters are associated with most of the prevalent symptoms and conditions seen in practitioners offices today.