The GI Effects Comprehensive Profile is a stool test that combines advanced DNA technology with traditional culture-based methods and other technologies to assess the health of the gut and identify microbes, which is much more effective and accurate than standard testing.
Unlike classic stool testing, the GI Effects can identify both aerobes and anaerobes and it utilizes an enhanced version of O & P technology to detect parasites.
Parasites are notoriously difficult to identify and often go undetected, thus this significantly increases one’s ability to locate them. Prior to the use of DNA analysis used in the GI Effects test, anaerobes were immeasurable, even though they comprise more than 95% of the gut.
Gut dysbiosis plays a crucial role in pretty much all health conditions, and gut dysbiosis is caused by the proliferation of pathogenic parasites, yeast, and/or bacteria. The health of your gut is directly related to your overall health. As a matter of fact, many practitioners believe that all disease begins in the gut.
Benefits of the GI Effects Stool Test
Measures healthy or beneficial flora, in addition to pathogenic organisms, which is crucial for controlling the bad guys.
Identifies antibiotic and herbal resistance. Advanced technology allows the lab to identify if the organism is resistant to a particular prescription or herbal treatment.
Assesses digestive function, absorption, and gut inflammation.
Standard stool testing is vulnerable to changes in microbes during transport, while DNA analysis provides a more stable sample.
Greater and superior ability to detect parasites and anaerobes.
Why Get the GI Effects Comprehensive Profile?
Gut dysbiosis is a root factor in many common health conditions.
Your ability to digest and absorb essential nutrients and rid the body of toxins and waste is completely dependent upon the health of your GI tract. Elimination problems, malabsorption, and impaired digestion lead to nutritional deficiencies, toxin build-up, and poor health.
The health of your gut has a profound impact on your brain, nervous system, and immune system. For example, about 80% of your immune system resides in your gut.
Unfriendly organisms, like fungus, parasites, and bacteria produce toxins in your body. Like any toxin, these toxins disrupt and harm your organs and systems.
If you are experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms like frequent gas, burping, bloating, swelling, indigestion, heartburn, abdominal pain, acid reflux, or any of the conditions associated with the GI tract like food sensitivities, leaky gut, Crohn’s, colitis, irritable bowel, etc. then this is an indication that there is an imbalance of flora in your gut. These types of symptoms do not appear for no reason at all.
Additionally, the impact of the toxins emitted from these unfriendly organisms on the brain, nervous system, cardiovascular system, etc., can cause numerous other symptoms that one would never connect to their gastrointestinal tracts, like depression, hyperactivity, autism, headaches, fatigue, anxiety, anxiety attacks, brain fog, memory loss, inability to concentrate, trembling or nervousness, heart palpitations, increased blood pressure, restless legs, joint pain and inflammation or arthritis and many more.
If you have any of these symptoms, it is in your best interest to assess the health of your gastrointestinal tract, and the GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Profile test is the best tool available for this purpose.
Where to get the GI Effects Stool Test
The GI Effects Stool test is a simple, do-it-yourself home collection kit and requires no visit to the lab or the doctor. You’ll receive a kit mailed directly to you and collect your stool sample in the privacy of your own home, whenever it’s convenient for you and send it back to the lab in the prepaid FedEx package. You’ll receive an electronic copy of your results, as well as a hard copy. It’s convenient, easy, and pain-free.
You can order the GI Effects Comprehensive Profile here, right now. It only takes a few minutes. Be sure to choose the 3-day collection, rather than one day, as this will increase your chances of identifying parasites.
If you need help understanding your results and what to do next, come back here and schedule a phone consultation with me.
As you may have heard me say before, most everything I present to you on this site is based on personal experience and I don’t advocate anything unless I have a strong belief in its effectiveness. Like many people, I had standard culture-based stool testing in the past and found nothing. I recommend the GI Effects Stool test because I found it to be a superior tool at identifying issues that went previously undetected.