By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Michelle Tuffs
What could be more terrifying than learning you may Have A Bug In Your Gut? Could it be a nasty parasite? Pin-worms? Roundworms? And what is a parasite exactly? A parasite is an organism that lives and feeds off another organism. Therefore, all these types of organisms could be found in your gut feeding off your nutrition!
How exactly do we end up with A Bug In Our Gut? Parasites can enter our bodies through contaminated food and water, under-cooked meat, lake water, pond water and creeks, even contaminated fruits and veggies.
Some signs you may have a bug in your gut are unexplained constipation, diarrhea, symptoms of IBS, maybe you’ve traveled to another country and picked up a parasite during your travels. Parasite symptoms may be skin irritations, unexplained rashes, aching muscles, and joint pain, or maybe you never feel satisfied after a meal?
Heard enough? It’s definitely a difficult subject to discuss; however, NutritionallyYoursTestKits.com has several choices to help you know exactly where you stand if you feel parasites may be affecting your body and digestion. These test kits are discrete, they are shipped to your home when you place your order online and are also completed in your home!
Our Comprehensive Parasitology x3 and Comprehensive Stool Analysis x3 are far more advanced than any other stool analysis. This stool test uses OMP (Ova & Parasites Microscopic Exam) to identify microbiota with 100% accuracy. This includes anaerobes, a previously immeasurable area of the gut environment.
So, Heal Your Gut! Order your test kit online, we ship same day! Results are returned in approximately three weeks with an interpretation guide and personal protocol for you to begin your journey to a parasite free gut!
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Medical disclaimer: Our tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.