Stool Testing: What is Living In Your Gut?By Michelle Tuffs

To be honest, until I was in my 30’s I had no idea there was such a thing as a PROBIOTIC! I certainly knew there were antibiotics because I was a swimmer and had constant ear infections! That’s what you got when you went to the doctor as a child right? Lots of “ANTI” but not so much “PRO”! I had my son when I was 30, and my hormones went berzerk, and so did my gut! This began my lifelong relationship with Probiotics! Knowing What Is Living In Your Gut is essential for proper digestion!

Testing to learn precisely what is living in your gut may surprise you. There’s a constant battle in our gut between good and bad bacteria, so depending on your lifestyle, food choices and stress among other things, this environment is easily interrupted. Not Knowing What Is Living In Your Gut may add bloating, skin conditions, fatigue, hair loss, even mental issues at times.

At we offer a comprehensive stool test kit which addresses ALL critical components for proper GI health. Along with testing for harmful bacteria, the big test that we offer covers so much! Things like leaky gut, enzyme needs, which probiotics you need, ph, blood, viruses, parasites, worms and much more.

These test kits can be ordered from our website and are completed in the privacy of your home. We ship your test kit the same day of your order, and your results will be returned in about 3 weeks with an easy to understand protocol to support healthier gut health!

If you have lived with gut issues for any length of time you understand the chaos it creates as well as the time it consumes! So imagine having no worries about your gut health or What Is Living In Your Gut any longer!

We have answers and the perfect stool test kit for your situation!

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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.