What you don't know may be harming you.
Let's dive deeper into understanding what could be at the root cause of your frustrating symptoms and condition. The testing options are done through Great Plains Laboratories, SpectraCell and Meridian Valley, Gx Sciences and Nutrition Genome. Some of the test can be done at home, do not require a doctor or physician to request or read the results.
IgG Food Sensitivities Test
The IgG Food MAP With XMAP® Technology is a delayed IgG Food Sensitivity Panel provided
through Great Plains Laboratory, testing a full range of 190 food items common in the Western, Asian, and Mediterranean diets, even Hemp plus Candida and Yeast infections. Learn more: https://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/food-map-igg-sensitivity-profile
At home Blood Spot Test Kit or Serum Blood Draw Test Kit can be sent to your home. Blood Serum require a laboratory at a local hospital, children's hospital, Urgent Care, Local Medical School or contact your insurance to find a laboratory in your area.
Test kits take 3-5 days to reach your address, is processed in 8-10 days with test results through email. I provide Test Results Review Consultations with recommendations. See the Consultations Page to book the appointment about 3 weeks out.
To place the order, the following is needed: Name of person being tested, DOB, weight, address, email address, phone number.
Make the payment to PayPal @nourishrevivethrive. These tests are not usually covered by insurance and seen as preventative testing not necessary. Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Medicare may offer partial to full coverage for some tests. You will have to contact your own insurance provider to find out their coverage.
Hair Heavy Metals Test
Hair Elements analysis provides information regarding recent and ongoing exposure to potentially toxic metals such as methylmercury, arsenic, aluminum, tin, cadmium, lead, antimony and mercury and time-averaged status of specific nutrient elements (minerals).
The CDC acknowledges the value of hair mercury levels as a maternal and infant marker for exposure to neurotoxic methylmercury from fish.
This noninvasive screening test requires only .25 grams of hair. Toxic elements may be 200 to 300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the tissue of choice for detection of recent exposure to toxic elements.
You will receive a kit from Great Plains Laboratory within 3-5 business days after payment is made to @NourishReviveThrive via PayPal.
It takes 10-12 days for the test results to be posted via email. This test can be done at home.
To request kit provide pertinent client information via email by clicking request test: Name, DOB, Weight, Address, Email and Phone Number.
Organic Acids Test
The Organic Acids Test (OAT) offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health with 76 markers. It provides an accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria. Abnormally high levels of these microorganisms can cause or worsen behavior disorders, hyperactivity, movement disorders, fatigue and immune function. Many people with chronic illnesses and neurological disorders often excrete several abnormal organic acids in their urine. The cause of these high levels could include oral antibiotic use, high sugar diets, immune deficiencies, acquired infections, as well as genetic factors.
The Organic Acids Test also includes markers for vitamin and mineral levels, oxidative stress, neurotransmitter levels, and is the only OAT to include markers for oxalates, which are highly correlated with many chronic illnesses.
If abnormalities are detected using the OAT, treatments can include supplements, such as vitamins and antioxidants, or dietary modification. Upon treatment, patients and practitioners have reported significant improvement such as decreased fatigue, regular bowel function, increased energy and alertness, increased concentration, improved verbal skills, less hyperactivity, and decreased abdominal pain. The OAT is strongly recommended as the initial screening test.
To order the test click request test and provide the pertinent information: name, DOB, address, email address, phone number. Make full payment to @NourishReviveThrive via PayPal.
Shipping takes 3-5 days for the test kit to arrive, 12 days to receive results by email.
IgG Food Sensitivity, Heavy Metals, Organic Acids, Environmental Toxins, Comprehensive Stool Analysis Gut/Microbiome, MTHFR Genotyping, Genetic Testing
Meridian Valley: The Combined Health Screen (CHS) $275
The Combined Health Screen panel combines several commonly-ordered screening panels and markers into a single, easy-to-order and cost-effective panel. This panel includes:
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP),
Complete Blood Count (CBC) with differential and platelets
An extended panel is also available, as well as panels with additional special focus analytes. (See below.)
Extended Combined Health Screen
Combined Health Screen with Homocysteine
Combined Health Screen with Ferritin
Combined Health Screen with Mini-Thyroid (Includes TSH, Free T4, Free T3)
General screening for a broad range of health, cardiovascular, and nutritional concerns.
Suspected methylation disorder or cardiovascular disease (CHS-H) · Suspected low or high iron status (CHS-F) ·
Suspected thyroid dysfunction (CHS-T).
Mold IgE Allergy Test – Serum $195
Can be included with MycoTox $430
The Mold IgE Allergy panel includes 13 mold allergens, with markers known to be involved in mold-related illnesses.
Mold allergy is an abnormal immune reaction to mold spores or mold cell components. People can be exposed to mold spores or byproducts at work, home or outdoors.
The Great Plains Laboratory offers an IgE blood test that measures patient antibodies to most common molds. The IgE antibodies are detected in blood serum using an FDA-approved enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
The most common molds known to cause allergic conditions include Alternaria, Aspergillus, Cladosporium and Penicillium. Use of both tests allow a wider array of molds to be detected.
Advantages of IgE Mold Allergy Testing:
IgE Mast Cell Inflammatory Mediators
Identify IgE reactivity level to specific mold species.
Connect immune responses to specific molds.
Suggest history of mold exposure.
Current higher reactivity or potential past lower reactivity.
Helpful for individuals with allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions that may be due to histamine release and other inflammatory mediators resulting from IgE reactivity or other immune reactions.
Link IgE results with mold allergy symptoms, which include cough and postnasal drip, watery eyes, itchy eyes, nose, throat, runny or stuffy nose, or dry, scaly skin. In addition, possibly assist in identifying abnormal reactions to mold, including mold-induced asthma, allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, allergic fungal sinusitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and dampness and mold hypersensitivity syndrome (DMHS).
Certain occupations have potential for high mold exposure: crop and dairy farming, greenhouse plant husbandry, logging, carpentry, millwork, furniture repair and commercial baking.
A high exposure in the home can occur in damp areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and basements.
In general, working or living in damp buildings with moisture higher than 50% humidity, increases the possibility of mold exposure.
Immune reactions to mold can be identified by the level of immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies to specific mold species.
MycoTOX Profile (Mold Exposure) $299
Mycotoxins (toxins from mold) are some of the most prevalent toxins in the environment. Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by fungi like mold, which can infest buildings, vehicles, and foodstuffs. Most mycotoxin exposures in North America, Europe, and Australia are through airborne exposure. Food may be a major source of mycotoxins in third-world nations that lack government inspection of foods, especially the grains such as rice, corn, wheat, rye, and barley. Many grains that are harvested have been found to be contaminated with mycotoxins but little of such harvests are discarded and are frequently sold for animal feeds such as dog food or feed for cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, and horses.
Fungi can grow on almost any surface, especially if the environment is warm and wet. Inner wall materials of buildings, wallpaper, fiber glass insulation, ceiling tiles, and gypsum support are all good surfaces for fungi to colonize. These fungi then release mycotoxins into the environment causing symptoms of many different chronic diseases. Diseases and symptoms linked to mycotoxin exposure include fever, pneumonia-like symptoms, heart disease, rheumatic disease, asthma, sinusitis, cancer, memory loss, vision loss, chronic fatigue, skin rashes, depression, ADHD, anxiety, and liver damage. With the MycoTOX Profile we can identify mycotoxin exposures and make recommendations for detoxification treatments that have been effective.
MycoTOX screens for eleven different mycotoxins, from 40 species of mold, in one urine sample.
GPL currently measures 11 different mycotoxins in our test from a wide variety of 13 mold types (genera) including Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium, Myrothecium, Stachybotrys, Bipolaris, Gibberella, Chaetomium, Trichoderma, Trichothecium, Cephalosporium, Verticimonosporium, and Monascus. Since each of these genera contain multiple species, the MycoTOX Profile is likely to detect hundreds of mold species. In addition, poisonous mushrooms also produce some of the same mycotoxins as the molds. This makes the MycoTOX Profile the most comprehensive test on the market and it is the most cost-effective. https://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/gplmycotox
GPL-TOX (173 Toxic Non-Metal Chemicals) $219
Every day, we are exposed to hundreds of toxic chemicals through products like pharmaceuticals, pesticides, packaged foods, household products, and environmental pollution. As we have become more exposed to chemical-laden products and to toxic chemicals in food, air, and water, we have been confronted with an accelerating rate of chronic illnesses like cancer, heart disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, chemical sensitivity, autism spectrum disorders, ADD/AD(H)D, autoimmune disorders, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Because exposure to environmental pollutants has been linked to many chronic diseases, The Great Plains Laboratory has created GPL-TOX, a toxic non-metal chemical profile that screens for the presence of 173 different toxic chemicals including organophosphate pesticides, phthalates, benzene, xylene, vinyl chloride, pyrethroid insecticides, acrylamide, perchlorate, diphenyl phosphate, ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, and more. This profile also includes Tiglylglycine (TG), a marker for mitochondrial disorders resulting from mutations of mitochondrial DNA. These mutations can be caused by exposure to toxic chemicals, infections, inflammation, and nutritional deficiencies.
GPL-TOX uses the power of advanced mass spectrometry (MS/MS), which is necessary to detect lower levels of certain genetic, mitochondrial, and toxic chemical markers that conventional mass spectrometry often misses.
GPL-TOX also includes Tiglylglycine, a marker for mitochondrial damage, which is often seen in chronic toxic chemical exposure.
ENVIROtox Panel $578
Includes OAT (Organic Acids Test), GPL-TOX (Toxic Environmental Chemicals), Glyphosate Test (Insecticide)
ENVIROtox Complete Panel $835
Includes Organic Acids Test, GPL-TOX: (Toxic Environmental Chemicals), Glyphosate Test, MycoTOX (Mycotoxins, toxic metabolites from mold). https:// GPL_Test_EnviroTOX-TOXcomplete.pdf
Comprehensive Stool Analysis with Parasitology $450
Through Great Plains Laboratory
The Comprehensive Stool Analysis detects the presence of pathogenic microorganisms such as yeast, parasites, and bacteria that contribute to chronic illness and neurological dysfunction — now with 14 new pathogen markers! It provides helpful information about prescription and natural products effective against specific strains detected in the sample. The test also evaluates beneficial bacteria levels, intestinal immune function, overall intestinal health, and inflammation markers.
Many chronic disorders come from digestive problems and inadequate nutrient absorption. Proper gastrointestinal function is needed to eliminate toxic substances, pathogenic microbes, and undigested food particles from the body to prevent health problems. Nutrients require a specific internal environment to be properly digested and transported throughout the body.
Abnormal intestinal microorganisms in the GI tract are widely known to cause disease. Research shows a relationship between the GI tract and the neurological, hepatic, and immune systems. For example, excessive yeast produces toxic substances that can pass through the blood-brain barrier and alter neurological functioning causing “brain fog,” behavior problems, and learning difficulties.
THE COMPREHENSIVE STOOL ANALYSIS INCLUDES:
Parameters for digestion & absorption
Cultures for bacteria and yeast
Stool metabolic markers
THE BENEFITS OF COMPREHENSIVE STOOL ANALYSIS:
The amount of beneficial bacteria in the GI tract is determined
The digestive parameters aid in the diagnosis of intestinal dysfunction without invasive procedures
Inflammation and immune markers will aid in appropriate treatments
Many different pathogens have the potential to be isolated and identified
Stool: Sample must be collected on two separate days (at least 12 hours apart). The specimen must be received within 7 days of the first collection. The patient must discontinue digestive enzymes, antacids, iron supplements, vitamin C over 250 mg, aspirin, anti-inflammatories, and large amounts of meat 48 hours prior to the collection of the specimen.
For a complete listing off all testing options through GPL: https://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/select
Micronutrient Test through Spectacell Labs $425
This test measures 31 vitamins, minerals, amino/fatty acids, antioxidants, and metabolites – and how they affect cellular function in a person. Correlating micronutrient deficiencies not only slows aging and degenerative disease progression, it can also prevent as well as repair cellular dysfunction, and by extension, disease. https://www.spectracell.com/micronutrient-test-panel
DNA Methylation Pathway Profile- Great Plains Laboratory– Saliva $455
MTHFR Gene Testing through Spectracell Labs $125
MTHFR is an enzyme responsible for converting 5, 10-methylenetetrahydrofolate to the product 5-methyltetrahydrofolate - it is involved in the metabolism of folate and homocysteine. The product of the reaction catalyzed by MTHFR converts homocysteine (a potentially toxic amino acid) to methionine (a useful and necessary amino acid). People with high homocysteine levels and those who have a familial history of cardiovascular disease, stroke or thrombosis should consider being tested. Methylation refers to the biochemical pathway in which methyl groups (one carbon and three hydrogen atoms) are added to molecules. Because it is involved in nearly all of the body’s functions, it contributes to countless biological processes including:
Genetic expression/DNA repair
Inflammatory, immune, and stress response
Production and recycling of glutathione
An inability to methylate properly can disrupt any of these processes, ultimately compromising one’s health as the body is not able to effectively respond due to the shortage of methyl groups. Impaired detoxification, cardiovascular disease, neurological problems, and weakened immune functioning in general, are some conditions linked to undermethylation.
This is a blood serum test with a 11-13 days turn-around time.
GX Sciences Methylation Pathways Foundation/Methylation/Wellness Nutrigenomic Panel $350
21 genes have been chosen by our experts to be analyzed for SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms). There are as many as 50+ variants of the MTHFR gene. However, only two are considered ‘common’ defects that today’s MTHFR Blood Test checks for and are the: 677 and 1298 used in over 250 biochemical processes in the body.
DNA Test Kit + Whole Body Health Report through Nutrition Genome $305
Report updates for life
Personalized grocery list
Recommended blood work
Toxins / foods to avoid
Genetic strengths & weaknesses recap
100 clinically relevant genes (151 SNPs) for a whole-body approach to wellness
8 targeted reports profiling Digestion, Energy, Hormones, Stress & Cognitive Performance, Inflammation & Longevity, DNA Repair, Detoxification, and Athletic Performance
*Most Insurance Companies will not process these functions tests.