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Microbiome Testing (GI-MAP)

Microbiome Testing (GI-MAP)

What is GI-MAP (Microbial Assay Plus)?

The GI-MAP (Gastrointestinal Microbial Assay Plus) is a diagnostic test that analyzes the DNA of microbial organisms present in a patient's stool sample. This test provides a comprehensive view of a patient's gut microbiome, including the presence of bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, and other organisms.

How does GI-MAP (Microbial Assay Plus) work? 

The GI-MAP test uses a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique to detect the DNA of these microorganisms. This method is highly accurate and sensitive, allowing for the detection of even low levels of microorganisms that may be present in the gut.

This test kit can be sent directly to your home, with easy instructions to collect a specimen sample and send back to the lab for testing.

The GI-Map provides data that allows you to determine clinically significant findings of pathogenic organisms and gut dysbiosis patterns. An immense volume of scientific research shows that GI health is key in maintaining proper immune, hormonal, neurological, endocrine, and metabolic function.

What will you discover?

The results of the GI-MAP test can provide valuable information about a patient's gut health, including the presence of pathogenic microorganisms that may be causing digestive symptoms or other health issues. The test can also identify imbalances in the gut microbiome that may be contributing to chronic conditions such as autoimmune diseases, hormonal imbalances, and mood disorders.

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Who benefits from a GI-MAP (Microbial Assay Plus)?

This test kit can be used as a preventative tool to assess overall microbiome health.

The GI-Map test is beneficial for those who experience but are not limited to:

• Digestive symptoms 

• Food sensitivities 

• Skin issues 

• Hormonal issues 

• Chronic GI issues 

• Weak immune system


• Autoimmune diseases 

• Brain fog

• Diabetes 

• Weight loss issues