Functional Tests

Functional Tests

Nutrition and Metabolic Status

Many patients experience chronic illnesses because of nutritional deficiencies or metabolic blockages. Clinicians commonly use such testing to determine the nutritional deficiencies or blockages that are at the root of chronic conditions, which allows practitioners to locate and address it properly, and return the system to efficiency.

Comprehensive Panels

Metabolic Markers

Nutritional Status

Food reactions


Functional Tests


The hormonal tests available measure different markers, depending on the panel chosen, from cortisol, thyroid function, fertility and profiles of specific male/female hormone function.

DUTCH Panels

Male/Female Profiles

Thyroid Panels

Functional Tests

Gastrointestinal Health

Stool and urine samples offer a comprehensive view into the health and efficiency of the gastrointestinal tract; from specific assessments of parasitic and bacterial activity to the general assessments of gastrointestinal function.

Comprehensive Evaluations

Breath Testing

Intestinal Permeability

Functional Tests


The presence of toxicants can be a burden, hindering patients from responding to treatment and have been implicated in causing and exacerbating many conditions (infertility, certain cancers, developmental delays, asthma, chemical sensitivities, and hormonal imbalances). Practitioners searching for a patient’s underlying causes of illness should consider testing for toxicants as a priority in their assessment.