The following testing options will be discussed in our "functional diagnostic intake" session. The purpose of these tests is to uncover healing opportunities and to get the root cause of why you don't feel your best. I will never suggest testing that isn't warranted. I am not a doctor, nor do I claim to diagnose, treat, or cure disease. However, what I do is connect the dots. Instead of treating test results, we will correlate them with how you feel and create a plan to help you finally own your wellness!
After testing, I will pour through your results, research how they correlate with your symptoms, and devise a plan for the next 3-5 months. We will focus our efforts on how to Nourish, Move, Explore, and Enhance your journey to feel your best.
*ALL test costs are paid directly to the lab and are not included in your coaching package.
*Daniella will order all testing for you and help you understand all collection instructions.
Metabolic Typing Diet
Discover the right foods to build health, prevent disease, and improve how you feel – physically and emotionally. Find out your own Metabolic Type® Diet and receive a customized diet and an excellent 4 part video series describing how to individualize your diet.
Comprehensive Wellness Panel
Blood draw includes markers for Hemoglobin A1c, Uric Acid, Phosphorus, Magnesium Serum, LDH, GGT, Iron & TIBC, Ferritin, CRP hs, Homocysteine, Thyroid Profile II, Free T3, Reverse T3, Free T4, TPO Ab, Thyroglobulin Ab, Vitamin D 25-Hydroxy, Fibrinogen Activity, CMP 14, Lipid Panel w/ Total Cholesterol, HNK1 CD57 Profile, CBC, Urinalysis Complete.
The DUTCH Complete™ (urine) is the most advanced hormone test, offering an extensive profile of sex and adrenal hormones and melatonin, along with their metabolites, to identify symptoms of hormonal imbalances. DUTCH= Dried Urine for Comprehensive Hormones
The Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory GI Microbial Assay Plus (“GI-MAP” stool test) includes markers for gluten sensitivity (anti-gliadin IgA), inflammation in the gut (calprotectin), immunity in the gut (SIgA), pancreatic enzyme sufficiency (elastase), and occult blood. It also looks for pathogens – including H Pylori and other bacteria, parasites, worms, and viruses – in the gastrointestinal tract.
Mediator Release Test
The Oxford Biomedical Technologies screening (blood draw) provides insight into inflammation-provoking foods and food chemicals. It identifies the best foods for the individual, which should form the basis of the client’s eating plan. It is not dependent on antibody reactions (IgG, IgA, etc).
Organic Acids Test
The Organix Comprehensive Profile (urine) provides insight into the body’s cellular metabolic processes. Organic acids are metabolic intermediates produced in pathways of central energy production, detoxification, neurotransmitter breakdown, or intestinal microbial activity. Marked accumulation of specific organic acids detected in urine often signals a metabolic inhibition or block. The metabolic block may be due to a nutrient deficiency, an inherited enzyme deficit, a toxic build-up, or a drug effect. Several of the biomarkers are markers of intestinal bacterial or yeast overgrowth.