Having a white coated tongue, bloating, gas, constipation, fatigue, etc. is one thing, but knowing what’s going on to cause the symptoms in the first place is quite another.
These are all really, really important questions.
Through simple and convenient home stool testing it’s possible to determine what’s living in your gut that shouldn’t be.
Once this information is known, the appropriate action steps can be taken to overcome symptoms.
Without this information, effective “treatment” becomes very difficult indeed.
It’s not easy to see on this report print out, but you can see this client showed positive for:
There is also some pollen showing up, which may create allergic reactions in the gut.
Again, this print out isn’t clear, but you can see that another client showed positive for:
He also had a positive finding for squamous epithelial cells, meaning his intestinal lining was being damaged.
Using a different laboratory, you can see that this client had a significant load of bad bugs in here digestive system.
Again, you can see that there’s a yeast and fungal overgrowth showing up, but it’s not the only problem.
This is actually the test I show my students most often because it’s the most bad bugs I’ve ever seen in a single test:
Needless to say, this lady had a lot of unpleasant symptoms.
I hope this has been helpful. It’s been my intention to help you understand the need to look closely at what might be causing your symptoms, especially if your doc is reticent to do so.
By running comprehensive stool tests, it’s possible to determine precisely what’s going on and where Candida, parasites, H. pylori and others might be fitting into your overall clinical picture.
Once you know, you can take rapid steps to improve your health!