Allergies & Gut Health

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Gluten Sensitivity TestingGluten Sensitivity Testing

Gluten Intolerance is a growing concern for many people as there is more information in the media and many food producers are now focusing their attention on “gluten free” foods. Gluten sensitivity can cause symptoms of reflux, gas, IBS, rashes and more. Through advanced genetic testing we can accurately determine if you have gluten sensitivity. Read More »


Yeast OvergrowthYeast Overgrowth (Candida)

Yeast overgrowth can occur when antibiotics are used, which destroy not only the bad bacteria, but also the good allowing yeast to overgrow in the gut. Yeast Overgrowth can weaken your immune system causing you to repeatedly get sick and cause many symptoms including fatigue, digestive issues, infections, fibromyalgia, and more. Read More »


Food Sensitivity TestingFood Sensitivity Testing

The awareness of food sensitivities is becoming more common and easily treated in most patients. Our 96IGG testing is the most comprehensive allergy testing available. It tests for 96 food sensitivities and provides each patient a customized meal plan based on their specific sensitivities to effectively reduce their symptoms an ensure optimal health. Read More »


Environmental-Allergies-150x150Airborne Allergy Testing & Treatment

Our advanced environmental testing is region specific so it tests each patient on pollens, mold, trees, and grasses that are present in the area where they live. We encourage patients to get to the root of the problem rather than masking the problem by only treating symptoms associated with their triggers. Read More »


Gut Health TestingGut Health Testing

Gut health is critical to your overall health. A healthy gut can help protect you against illness and disease, increases your metabolism and improve numerous others processes in your body. We offer the most advanced testing available to more accurately identify the specific causes of your gastrointestinal issues. Read More »