Are certain foods producing uncomfortable and unpleasant symptoms?
Do you suffer with indigestion, bloating, reflux or irritable bowel? If so then these are indicators that your digestive system may not be functioning at its best and is under stress.
Would you like relief from your symptoms?
We believe that the gut is one of the foundations to our health, so providing the body with the right nutrition and the absorption of the necessary nutrients is vital to achieve optimal health.
These common digestive health conditions can be helped via a combination of dietary and natural therapies, such as:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Reflux and Heartburn
- Food Intolerance and Sensitivities
- Bloating and Abdominal discomfort
We are here to help!
By assessing your digestive health, our Dietitian or Naturopath will offer a range of tests to thoroughly and accurately determine the most appropriate natural solution to treat the cause of your symptoms.
Complete Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA)
This simple test can provide detailed information about the health of your digestion, your gut flora and your intestinal function, it will also identify any bacteria, yeasts and parasites that are often causes of disease and poor health.
Indicators of poor gut function include symptoms such as bloating, abdominal discomfort, obesity, constipation, fatigue, diarrhoea, bad breath and flatulence.
This simple test enables us to accurately determine whether your symptoms are a result of a Candida infection. Candida is a yeast infection that often presents with a wide range of symptoms, meaning it may not be diagnosed for some time, or your original diagnosis may be wrong. If we determine you do have a Candida infection we can treat you effectively and naturally to relieve all your symptoms.
Food Intolerance and Sensitivity Testing
Food sensitivity testing looks at a wide range of foods that can present in a variety of chronic health conditions.
Food Intolerance Breath Testing looks at Lactose Intolerance and Fructose Malabsorption as well as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). For a more detailed overview, see our Allergy and Intolerance Testing information.