GI Effects Comprehensive Profile #2200


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The GI Effects Stool Profiles are a suite of advanced stool tests that provide immediate, actionable clinical information for the management of gastrointestinal health. Utilizing cutting-edge technologies and biomarkers, these profiles offer valuable insight into digestive function, intestinal inflammation, and the intestinal microbiome. The overview pages make results interpretation quicker and easier, to prioritize treatment and assess microbiome status.

The GI Effects Stool Profiles can reveal important information about the root cause of many common gastrointestinal symptoms and non-GI conditions including:

  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Indigestion/ reflux
  • Abdominal pain/ cramps
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) [1,2]
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) [3,4]
  • Atopic dermatitis/ eczema [5,6]
  • Allergies [5]
  • Autoimmune diseases [7,8]
  • Mood disorders (depression) [9,10]
  • Joint aches [11,12]
  • Diabetes [13,14,15]
  • Weight issues [15,16,17,18]

The health of the entire body is dependent on a healthy gut and gut microbiome. Gut microbes are codependent with one another and with their human host, and the health of one affects the other. A sizeable volume of research associates a dysbiotic, or imbalanced gut microbiome with multiple disease states both within and outside of the GI tract. [19,20,21] The diverse metabolic activities of the microbiome ultimately impact the human host, and the activities of the human host ultimately affect the health of their microbiome.

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Included in our price: taxes, Shipping of the test kit to any address in the Netherlands.

The GI Effects Comprehensive Profile provides analysis of key nutritional biomarkers using non-invasive stool collection

Turnarround time: 20 working days after receipt of the sample in Genova laboratory.