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STOP GUESSING
what your symptoms mean & let's restore your gut microbiome!
 

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Weight Gain? Joint Pain? Headahce?  
Allergies? Brain Fog? Fatigue? Bloating?

Being healthy in today's world is confusing and overwhelming. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Dr. Angela Scopel-Levick and Diana Murray Health and Wellness have teamed up to help more people get to the root cause of their health problems. We utilize advanced diagnostic stool testing to discover which diet and lifestyle changes will optimize your unique gut bacteria. We then teach you how to balance these new habits of well-being in an unhealthy world.


 
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The Key to Optimal Health Starts in Your Gut!

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Diana Murray, FDN-P

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Dr. Angela Scopel-Levick, DC

What is the GI Map Test?

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The GI-MAP stool test utilizes cutting-edge, Quantitative PCR technology to provide a true DNA/PCR based stool test. This technology has high sensitivity, specificity and a rapid turnaround. The GI pathogens include bacteria, parasites and viruses.

Continuing with this platform, the GI-MAP measures opportunistic organisms, normal flora, fungi, parasites and antibiotic resistance genes. And the Plus refers to immunologic markers for GI health and function including SIgA, Elastase, Calprotectin and Anti-gliadin testing.

The GI-MAP can be used in the detection and identification of gastrointestinal microbial nucleic acid and has been clinically validated for the detection of gastrointestinal pathogens that cause infectious colitis or gastroenteritis. It measures a substantial list of opportunistic pathogens as well as a list of FDA-cleared pathogens, including novel targets such as viruses, Microporida, and pathogenic virulence factors. Includes:

 
  • Bacterial Pathogens
  • Viral Pathogens
  • Parasitic Pathogens
  • Parasitic Protozoa
  • Parasitic Worms
  • Normal Bacterial Flora
  • Opportunistic Bacteria
  • H. pylori with virulence factors
  • Fungi/Yeast
  • Digestion