Cause of Symptoms Test – Digestion & Liver

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Health Test to Find the Causes of Your Symptoms

Technical Staff

One of these practitioners will personally analyze your test results.

Accurate, deep-level information on the causes of your health problems.

There are 6 Categories of Questions: Digestion/Liver, Adrenals, Thyroid, Blood Sugar, Allergies and Immune.

  • Free interpretation of analysis:  A practitioner will call you for a free consult once you submit your test.*
  • Analysis can reveal beneficial and applicable information about your health problem.
  • Talk to a caring professional with important, detailed information about your personal health issues that could change your life.

*Phone consult available in Atlanta metro area

Digestive Analysis

  • Select how severe each symptom is, or leave blank if you don't experience the symptom:

    • Severe (significant negative effect on your life)
    • Moderate (frequent or bothersome)
    • Mild (rare or not bothersome)
    At the end of each Category, rank how much the Category Symptoms are affecting your life.
  • Liver/Digestion Category

    Detoxification, fat metabolism and immune functions.Liver function is one of the major factors in healthy digestion. Poor digestion will stress the liver and can lead to many health problems.

    Liver/Digestion Category
  • Adrenal Category

    Stress handling, Blood sugar, Immune, Sex hormones and Fluid balance.

    Sensitivities or allergies to foods can be a major cause of digestive problems. Because allergies always are accompanied by major adrenal stress, adrenal health is a large clue to digestive problem causes.
    Adrenals Category
  • Thyroid Category

    Metabolic regulation, Heart rhythm, Brain function .

    The thyroid is the body's "gas pedal" and controls the metabolism in every cell. As such, it is key to healthy digestion: protein absorption and bowel function are largely controlled by the thyroid.
    Thyroid Category
  • Blood Sugar Category

    Blood sugar affects fatigue, sleep, cravings and irritability.

    Digestive problems may cause blood sugar stress, and blood sugar stress can in many ways create digestive problems. Blood sugar can be affected particularly in people with sensitivities and allergies, and with a lot of adrenal stress.
    Blood Sugar Category
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    Allergies Category

    Allergies affect digestive health, immune health and inflammation levels as well as concentration and memory.

    Very often digestive problems cause food sensitivities, which are then made worse by those sensitivities. It's a circular loop which causes increasing stress.
    Allergies Category
  • Immune System Category

    Your Immune system affects your body's ability to heal, not just resistance to infections.

    The cause of digestive problems is often stress from fungus, virus, bacteria and other factors that should be kept contained by the immune system. Immune weakness can lead to many health problems including digestive stress.
    Immune System Category
  • Almost Done!

  • How to get your test results:

    If you live in the Atlanta area and provide us with your phone number, one of our practitioners will call you and go over your test with you. There is no charge or obligation for this service.

    This is a professional, confidential health consultation. Your practitioner is there to help you with useful information, not to sell you any product or service. The consultation will take about 5-10 minutes. It's absolutely free and you are under no obligation.

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*Results may vary from person to person.