Antibiotic therapy has proven to be insufficient against AR strains, and botanical therapy offers promising solutions to combat these multi-drug resistant bacteria.
Practitioners often ask themselves, "Should I order GI testing on this patient, or not?" Evaluating gut health in patients who don’t present with gastrointestinal symptoms is always important
GI-MAP Test gives practitioners to determine how gut health strengthens immunity. It’s naturopathic medicine 101 that our gut immunity shapes our overall immune response.
Calprotectin quantification, during an intestinal inflammation, can be used to measure the level of neutrophils present in the GI tract.
Illustrative case histories demonstrate the value of the GI-MAP test for the diagnosis and development of protocols
Adverse food reactions – including food allergies, food sensitivities, and food intolerances – are among the most prevalent gastrointestinal conditions encountered in clinical practice.
GI-MAP comprehensive stool analysis includes four commensal and opportunistic biomarkers
The term “dysbiosis” denotes imbalances or disruptions in the microbiome that are thought to contribute to a long and growing list of chronic diseases and conditions.
Dr Amy Rolfsen explains the basics of antibiotic resistance and introduces the concept of natural synergists to overcome bacterial resistance mechanisms.