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We have selected 10 tests representing the best products currently available for a range of common gut health issues.

Each test from our shop will come with all of the elements and instructions that you need to administer the test. Additionally all the materials that you need to send-on the completed tests for analysis will be included.

These tests can be administered at home and the results will be sent to you directly. Also all tests have clear, complete results which you will be able to interpret yourself.

Once you had a chance to review the results you may want to talk to one of our team about them, and to have our advise on what to do next.  If so please go ahead and book a Test Consultation.

  • Food & Environmental Allergy Quick View
  • GI Ecologix Quick View
  • GI Effects Quick View
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    • GI Effects

    • £210.00£375.00
    • Think you have got IBS or maybe inflammatory bowel disease? Or are you suffering the effects of fatigue? Find out what your body is trying to tell you. We recommend the GI Effects Comprehensive Test as the ultimate comprehensive stool test. It thoroughly assesses complete gut health, assessing the root cause of most GI complaints, including: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Inflammatory…
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  • GI Gut Pathogen Test Quick View
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    • GI Gut Pathogen Test

    • £170.00
    • Have you experienced a sudden change in bowel habits? Find out what your body is trying to tell you.  If you have you recently travelled overseas, had exposure to untreated water,  come into close contact with animals, or eaten undercooked meat or seafood you may have developed a gut problem. Do you have symptoms such as gas, bloating, nausea, abdominal…
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  • GI MAP Test UK Quick View
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    • GI MAP Test UK

    • £335.00
    • GI MAP Test UK Do you think you may have picked up a parasite or other gut pathogen? Or are you feeling like your gut is ‘just’ a bit out of balance? Find out what your body is trying to tell you with our GI-MAP Test, part of our Gut Microbiome Testing range.   GI MAP Test Description We use…
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  • Hydrogen Breath TestHydrogen Breath Test Quick View
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    • Hydrogen Breath Test

    • £162.00£165.00
    • #sibotest Think that you might have SIBO? Find out what your body is trying to tell you? This is our preliminary test for small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) SIBO is a common condition with multiple symptoms and several possible causes, and a lactulose hydrogen breath test is a great place to start identifying if you are suffering from SIBO. This…
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  • Lactose Intolerance Test Quick View
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    • Lactose Intolerance Test

    • £165.00
    • #lactoseintolerancetest The breath test for lactose intolerance Lactose intolerance affects about 30% of people worldwide. Lactose intolerant bodies cannot properly break down lactose, a naturally occurring sugar found in milk and dairy foods. This causes diarrhoea, stomach cramps, bloating, and wind. Symptoms usually start within 30 minutes of eating or drinking something containing lactose. This breath test will help you…
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  • Organix Test Quick View
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    • Organix Test

    • £261.00
    • #candidatest Think you may have candida? Find out what your body is trying to tell you. This is our primary test for candida albicans, and is a test undertaken on a urine sample. In order to take provide a sample you will firstly have to follow a simple first morning voiding routine. What is an organic acid? Organic acids are…
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  • Premium Food Intolerance Test Quick View
  • SIBO Glucose Breath Test Quick View
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    • SIBO Glucose Breath Test

    • £165.00
    • #sibotest The breath test measures hydrogen and methane gasses in response to glucose. Should SIBO be present then the bacteria will begin to metabolise the glucose, in turn producing hydrogen and/or methane gas. Because glucose is rapidly absorbed, it may not reach the far end of the small intestine (distal section); so we recommend that the glucose test is used…
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