Digestive Health tests


Parasitology Assessment

Have you been living with diarrhoea or constipation? Have you had food poisoning in the past? Have frequently travelled to foreign countries? Do you eat out regularly? Are you exposed to animals? If any of these relate to you, then you may be vulnerable to a parasitic infection. This test investigates whether you have parasites. It also measures your levels of good and bad gut bacteria, yeasts and pathogens, giving you a full rundown of your microbiology.


Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis

This is the most popular health test in our clinic. It is ideal for investigating underlying digestive conditions. If you have been living with ongoing unexplained digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, abdominal pain or you have been diagnosed with a digestive disorder such as Diverticular Disease, Crohn’s, Colitis and want to discover the underlying cause of your symptoms, then we highly recommend this test.


Microbiology Screen

Your levels of good and bad bacteria play a vital role in maintaining health within your digestive tract. If you have been living with ongoing unexplained digestive symptoms and suspect that an imbalance in your good and bad gut bacteria may be the culprit, then check out the Microbiology Profile.


H. Pylori Antigen

Have you been suffering from unexplained acid reflux, heartburn & indigestion? Have you been diagnosed with an ulcer? Did you know these are all signs you could be living with a Helicobacter Pylori Infection? Discover if this bug is leaving you vulnerable to ulcers and inflammation with our simple at home test.


Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity

Do you suspect you may have a sensitivity to gluten? Are you worried you may have Celiac Disease? Have been living with unexplained digestive problems, diarrhoea, abdominal pains or unexplained weight loss? Did you know these could be signs that you are living with an underlying gluten sensitivity? Discover how our gluten sensitivity/Celiac screen will help you get to the underlying cause of your symptoms.