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Uncover the root cause with Soaak's functional medicine approach.

Do health challenges such as chronic fatigue, brain fog, and digestive issues affect your life or the life of someone you care about?

Conditions like these can significantly impact your daily life in many ways:

Hindering focus and concentration
Inducing feelings of restlessness
Causing depression
Resulting in pain
Leading to overwhelm

But you don’t have to live this way.

Discover relief with Soaak's functional medicine approach, where we utilize functional lab testing to tailor a personalized protocol, encompassing dietary recommendations and supplement strategies, to address your unique health needs. The ease and benefits of our program can have life-changing effects:

Rapid relief
Non-Invasive
Safe & Drug-Free
Gets to the root of the issue
In-Clinic or Virtual Option
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"Having specialized in Holistic Functional Medicine for over 50 years, we are confident that we can help!"

Laura Widney, President at Soaak Clinics
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Preventative Care with Functional Medicine

Functional medicine and conventional medicine represent two distinct approaches to healthcare. Conventional medicine typically focuses on treating symptoms with pharmaceuticals or surgeries, often without delving into the underlying causes of illness, which can create dependence on pharmaceutical drugs. In contrast, functional medicine takes a more holistic approach, aiming to identify and address the root causes of health issues and acknowledging the possibility of multiple factors influencing a patient's illness. It prioritizes the prevention and restoration of whole-body homeostasis.

By examining the interplay between genetics, environment, and lifestyle factors, functional medicine practitioners create personalized treatment plans tailored to each individual's unique needs. Rather than simply masking symptoms, functional medicine seeks to optimize overall health and wellness by promoting balance and addressing imbalances in the body.

This approach emphasizes prevention and patient empowerment, viewing the body as a complex, interconnected system that requires comprehensive care to achieve optimal function and vitality.

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Committed to a comprehensive approach to wellness, we incorporate evidence-based lab testing to discover the root causes of symptoms. With this precise information, our practitioners curate personalized plans that integrate dietary adjustments, supplementation, lifestyle modifications, and accountability measures to facilitate holistic healing and promote overall well-being.

With this approach, we provide our clients with the necessary tools to experience genuine relief and the ability to maintain lasting changes.

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Explore the benefits of our group therapy with our free intro class. This no-obligation session provides the insights you need to decide if our supportive environment is the right fit for your journey toward personal growth and well-being.

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Holistic Tools

We utilize mindset, diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes to create a unique custom protocol tailored to your specific needs, based on your lab results, intake forms, and health goals.

Mindset

A positive mindset plays a crucial role in overall well-being, influencing how we perceive and respond to life's challenges. Research suggests that cultivating a positive mindset can lead to reduced stress levels, improved resilience, and better mental health outcomes. At Soaak Clinics, we emphasize the importance of mindset in achieving optimal health. Our holistic approach includes techniques such as mindfulness, cognitive reframing, and gratitude practices to promote a positive mindset and empower individuals to overcome obstacles on their wellness journey. By harnessing the power of mindset, we aim to support our clients in achieving lasting health and vitality.

Diet

We personalize a diet plan tailored to an individual’s lab testing results and lifestyle needs. We firmly believe in the healing power of food and prioritize nutritious whole foods to optimize health and well-being. This plan will include a specific diet to follow, a grocery list, and plenty of recipes to choose from, ensuring ease and convenience in implementing dietary changes for improved health.

Supplements

We offer customized supplement protocols based on functional lab testing results and personal health goals. Our practitioners curate supplement recommendations to address specific deficiencies and support optimal health using a whole-body system approach. We believe in the power of high-quality supplements to complement dietary changes and promote overall wellness.

Lifestyle

We recognize the vital role lifestyle factors play in achieving optimal health. Our holistic approach encompasses a range of lifestyle recommendations, including stress management techniques, personalized sleep optimization strategies, and guidance on incorporating regular physical activity into your routine. We provide personalized support to help you cultivate habits and mindset that promote overall well-being and vitality, empowering you to take charge of your health journey with confidence.

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Virtual Health App

Our Virtual Health App is a holistic tool to support you on your wellness journey, integrating various aspects of health management into one user-friendly platform. This comprehensive app helps you track daily health behaviors like diet, exercise, water intake, sleep patterns, and weight loss goals.

It simplifies your nutritional needs by providing tailored recipes and grocery lists that align with your specific diet, making healthy eating easier and more accessible. Additionally, the app enhances your connection with your healthcare practitioner, allowing you to message them directly for guidance and support. You can also conveniently view your lab results, keeping you informed and engaged with your health progress.

This integrated approach ensures that every aspect of your wellness plan is at your fingertips, empowering you to take control of your health in a more connected and personalized way.

Functional Wellness Package

$1200

*Supplements not included in price

Includes

x2 - 45 minute Telehealth Appointments

x2 - Functional Lab test (Our most popular)

Diet and Supplement Protocol, based on lab results

Lifestyle and Movement Recommendations

Access to the Virtual Health App

How it Works?

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Start by purchasing our Functional Wellness Package, which includes our most popular lab tests:

GI Spotlight

GI SPOTLIGHT - This functional wellness test offers a comprehensive analysis of your gut microbiome's health, utilizing cutting-edge quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) technology. This test provides insight into key areas such as Keystone microbial diversity, gut fungal balance, intestinal permeability, gut barrier function, digestive function, nutrient absorption, GI motility, inflammatory status, and immune function in the gut.

Metabolomics Spotlight

This functional wellness test offers a comprehensive examination of an individual's biochemistry and metabolism, aiding practitioners in understanding metabolic pathways and assessing metabolic status. This detailed report delves into critical areas such as metabolic processing, mitochondrial function, amino acid metabolism, inflammatory response, detoxification, stress, and mood, providing valuable insights into overall well-being.

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Start tracking your eating habits via the Virtual Health App.

Receive lab test by mail and send us back your samples

Schedule your results review telehealth appointment to receive your custom protocol.

Schedule your initial telehealth appointment

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We accept HSA & FSA card payments. We can also offer payment plans as low as $112/mo with Afterpay at checkout.

Virtual Health App

Our Virtual Health App simplifies your wellness journey by integrating health tracking, nutritional support, direct communication with practitioners, and easy access to lab results into a single, user-friendly platform.

Health Tracking

Easily monitor your diet, exercise, water intake, sleep, and weight loss goals.

Nutritional Support

Access recipes and grocery lists tailored to your specific dietary needs.

Direct Communication

Message your healthcare practitioner directly through the app for ongoing support and guidance.

Lab Results

View your lab results conveniently to stay informed about your health progress.

Holistic Approach

Combines various aspects of health management into one user-friendly platform, empowering you to take control of your health effectively.

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Functional Lab Testing Options

Functional lab testing provides a comprehensive approach to understanding your health by delving deeper into the root causes of your symptoms. These tests offer valuable insights into various aspects of your body's functioning, giving us the information we need to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.

Getting Started

We begin with the two most popular tests: Gi Spotlight and Metabolomics Spotlight. However, if further testing is necessary during your program, our practitioners can discuss additional options to ensure we have all the information needed to create an effective protocol.

Additional Testing Options

Although we start with our two most popular tests, our practitioners can choose from dozens of other functional lab testing options if they feel we need to explore the body's systems more deeply.

ARRAY 11 Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen

The Array 11 Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen is an invaluable tool recommended for patients exhibiting various immune-related conditions. It aids in identifying the loss of immune tolerance triggered by xenobiotic exposure, potentially leading to autoimmune reactivity. This test offers insights into autoimmune diseases and related family histories by assessing chemical sensitivities, intolerance, and abnormal immune function. Moreover, it assists in formulating guidelines for avoiding specific chemicals to mitigate the risk of autoimmune processes, making it indispensable for comprehensive patient care.

Array 10-90

The Array 10-90 panel evaluates immune reactions to 90 of the most commonly consumed raw and/or modified foods, food enzymes, lectins, and artificial food additives tested as part of the Array 10 panel. It can detect dietary-related triggers of autoimmune reactivity and monitor the efficacy of customized dietary protocols.

Array 11 Chemical Reactivity Screen

The Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen, also known as Array 11, goes beyond conventional tests by measuring the immune response to chemicals bound to human proteins rather than merely identifying chemical exposure levels. This unique approach provides valuable insights into an individual's health risk from chemical exposure and its impact on the body. Array 11 assesses a comprehensive range of chemical toxins that can bind to body tissues due to environmental exposure, offering a detailed analysis of the antigens tested. It is particularly beneficial for patients experiencing increased chemical sensitivity or intolerance, abnormal immune system functioning, autoimmune conditions, or with a family history of autoimmune disease. Clinically, Array 11 helps identify the loss of immune tolerance associated with chemical exposure, guides the avoidance of specific chemicals to mitigate autoimmune reactivity, and monitors the effectiveness of clinical management for patients.

Array 12: Pathogen-Associated Immune Reactivity Screen

The human body is home to a vast variety of microorganisms that help keep you healthy, so long as it is well balanced. In your gut alone, there are thought to be at least ten times more microbes than there are human cells in your whole body. These micro-organisms regulate many important bodily functions aid your immune system in developing and maturing in infancy and childhood, and help keep you healthy throughout your lifetime. The human microbiota is influenced by many factors, including genetic makeup, diet, environmental exposures, stress, sleep, and activity. However, new industries, new chemicals and drugs, and new foods can overload your immune system, effectively overwhelming your body with more and more environmental stressors. This can lead to your microbiome becoming imbalanced, which can open the floodgates to invading pathogens, acute infections, as well as colonization by non-beneficial bacteria, viruses, yeasts, and parasites. As your immune system attempts to restore balance, it can end up "attacking" your own cells, tissues, and/or organs that have been infected or contaminated with infectious agents. This may or may not eventually result in autoimmune reactivity. Array 12 assesses a variety of infectious agents as triggers of autoimmunity: those that are found in the body as well as those that we may be exposed to in our environment. These include oral pathogens, gastrointestinal pathogens, gut parasites, bacterial and stealth pathogens, environmental molds, viral pathogens, and tick-borne pathogens, including Borrelia burgdoferi, which is known to cause Lyme disease.

Array 5: Systemic Autoimmune Reactivity Screen

Many studies show that the autoimmune antibody can be elevated in the blood many years before symptoms occur. Cyrex Labs has now developed its Cyrex Labs Array #5, a comprehensive autoimmune screen that helps in the early detection of autoimmunity. If detected early, natural and/or medical interventions can begin in order to minimize long-term illness and promote a better quality of life. Multiple autoimmune antibodies are tested in this panel due to the fact that more than 40% of those with autoantibodies in one area have autoantibodies in other areas of the body. The Cyrex Array #5 tests the gamut of autoimmune antibodies in order to minimize "missing" a potential autoimmune condition.

Cardiax

Vibrant America provides a health analytics tool designed to detect genetic polymorphisms linked to various cardiovascular conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, insulin resistance, atrial fibrillation, stroke, and dyslipidemia. Heart disease encompasses a wide range of conditions affecting the heart, including infections, genetic defects, and blood vessel diseases. While many forms of heart disease are preventable through healthy lifestyle choices, it remains the primary health concern globally. Given its prevalence and severity, understanding one's cardiovascular risk factors is crucial. Vibrant America offers a comprehensive range of tests aimed at assessing individual risk profiles or monitoring existing conditions. Heart disease stands as the leading cause of death worldwide, affecting both men and women. Surprisingly, women are just as susceptible to heart attacks as men, and in some cases, even more so. Despite this, more women than men succumb to heart disease annually, and women also face a higher risk of mortality following their first heart attack.

Cleveland Heart Lab Inflammation Profile PLUS 4

The Cleveland Heart Lab Inflammation Profile PLUS 4 offers advanced testing beyond routine lipid screening, aiming to assess cardiovascular risk comprehensively. While traditional cholesterol testing is crucial, it may not present the complete cardiovascular health picture. Recent evidence suggests inflammation within the artery wall significantly contributes to heart attacks and strokes, even in individuals with normal cholesterol levels. This test evaluates inflammatory status using blood and urine biomarkers, providing insights into a patient's cardiovascular risk spectrum. By monitoring inflammation levels, healthcare providers can detect and treat inflammation early, potentially reducing the risk of cardiovascular events over a patient's lifetime. This comprehensive test encompasses biomarkers related to lifestyle concerns, metabolic diseases, and cardiovascular risk, including F2-IsoPs, OxLDL, ADMA/SDMA, Microalbumin, hsCRP, Lp-PLA2 Activity, MPO, TMAO, CoQ10, OmegaCheck, and the Insulin Resistance Panel and Score, which aids in diagnosing glycemic disorders and assessing insulin resistance, offering valuable information for managing diabetes and related conditions.

Cyrex Array 2

Cyrex Array 2 is a comprehensive antibody assessment that evaluates the integrity of the intestinal barrier and the presence of bacterial endotoxins, such as lipopolysaccharides. It examines key markers, including tight-junction proteins like occludin and zonulin, as well as cell cytoskeleton proteins like actomyosin. By identifying both transcellular and paracellular routes of intestinal barrier penetration, this test offers insights into "leaky gut" - the passage of large molecules between intestinal cells. This information helps assess the potential challenges to the immune system and guides strategies for gut health optimization.

Cyrex Array 22

The Cyrex Array 22 lab test is designed to identify factors contributing to intestinal dysbiosis and impaired gut barrier function. By evaluating markers associated with bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine and the release of bacterial cytotoxins, this test helps assess the integrity of the intestinal barrier and the risk of autoimmune activation. Specifically, it aids in guiding treatment protocols for conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), offering valuable insights for individuals experiencing symptoms such as malabsorption, weight loss, anemia, fatty stools, fatigue, reflux, skin disorders, obesity, or food intolerances. Given that a significant portion of IBS cases stem from bacterial infections producing cytolethal-distending toxins, the Cyrex Array 22 test provides crucial information on immune dysregulation, low-grade inflammation, and altered gastrointestinal permeability, facilitating accurate diagnosis and tailored treatment plans.

DUTCH-PLUS/Adrenal-Hormone Panel-Sex Hormone Metabolites for Men and Women

The DUTCH Plus™ test represents an advanced approach to hormone testing, offering a comprehensive analysis of sex hormones, their metabolites, and the diurnal pattern of free cortisol. It provides insight into the total and distribution of cortisol metabolites while also incorporating the Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) to shed light on the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis. With analysis of 35 different hormones, including estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA-S, and cortisol, alongside their metabolites, the DUTCH Plus™ offers a comprehensive overview of hormonal balance. Additionally, it includes DUTCH Extras such as Melatonin (6OHMS) and 8-Hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) for a more thorough assessment of adrenal function and overall hormone health.

GI Map

The GI Map utilizes cutting-edge DNA Multiplex technology to comprehensively assess your microbiome using just a single stool sample. This advanced panel focuses on identifying microbes that could disrupt the normal balance of gut flora, potentially leading to gastrointestinal disturbances or illness. It covers a wide range of microbial targets, including pathogenic bacteria, commensal bacteria, opportunistic pathogens, fungi, viruses, parasites, and immune and digestive markers. You will receive a specimen collection kit for convenient at-home sampling.

Genomic Spotlight

Genomic Spotlight leverages advanced machine learning through the Opus23 informatics platform to provide clinicians with unparalleled insights into a patient's genomics. With a simple buccal collection, this comprehensive DNA test reports clinically significant single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) across multiple domains, evaluating eight crucial areas of health, including methylation, structural health, cognitive function, detoxification, endocrine balance, inflammation, and gastrointestinal wellness.

Gi Spotlight

GI Spotlight functional wellness test offers a comprehensive analysis of your gut microbiome's health, utilizing cutting-edge quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) technology. This test provides insight into key areas such as Keystone microbial diversity, gut fungal balance, intestinal permeability, gut barrier function, digestive function, nutrient absorption, GI motility, inflammatory status, and immune function in the gut.

IBSSmart: There's Now a Way to Diagnose IBS With a Simple Blood Test

Introducing IBSSmart: A Revolutionary Blood Test for Diagnosing IBS. This groundbreaking test measures the levels of two validated IBS biomarkers, anti-CdtB and anti-vinculin, providing a simple yet highly effective means of diagnosing IBS. Elevated levels of these biomarkers are commonly found in IBS patients experiencing diarrheal symptoms, allowing for the diagnosis of diarrhea-predominant or mixed-type IBS (IBS-D or IBS-M). Notably, these biomarkers are not typically elevated in patients with constipation-predominant IBS (IBS-C). The validation study for IBSSmart demonstrates that elevated biomarkers indicate IBS with up to 100% positive predictive value, making it an incredibly reliable diagnostic tool. Moreover, IBSSmart offers high specificity in distinguishing between IBS and IBD, providing clarity and accuracy in diagnosis.

Immunoscience Autoimmune Comprehensive Panel #2011:

The Immunoscience Autoimmune Comprehensive Panel is a comprehensive test designed to detect approximately 100 autoimmune disorders, addressing both preclinical and clinical stages of autoimmune diseases, which affect 5-9% of the population. This panel is particularly valuable as it can identify pathogenic autoreactive antibodies or reactive T cells against specific self-antigens in the blood, often years before the onset of active disease. Research has shown that these autoantibodies may be present in the blood for several months to nearly two decades before the manifestation of various autoimmune conditions. The panel includes a range of markers such as ANA, ENA, RF, dsDNA, Actin, Mitochondrial Antibodies, and Total C1Q Immune Complexes, offering insights into autoimmune conditions affecting different systems. It is especially beneficial for individuals with elevated antibodies against various viruses, including EBV, CMV, Herpes 1+2, HHV-6, VZV, and Measles, aiding in early detection and intervention for improved patient outcomes.

LRA by ELISA/ACT

The hsLRA™ tests stand out as the most comprehensive and specific assessments compared to other laboratory tests, offering valuable insights into the hidden causes of many common health concerns. These revolutionary blood tests directly analyze lymphocytes, the body's long-lived, memory-carrying white blood cells crucial for indicating overall health and detecting disease. What sets LRA tests apart is their unique ability to simultaneously measure all three types of delayed sensitivity reactions: lymphocyte activation, reactive antibody responses (including IgA, IgM, and IgG), immune complexes, and T cell direct activation. This comprehensive approach provides healthcare providers with a thorough understanding of immune system reactivity and aids in crafting tailored treatment strategies for patients.

Metabolomics Spotlight

The Metabolomics Spotlight functional wellness test offers a comprehensive examination of an individual's biochemistry and metabolism, aiding practitioners in understanding metabolic pathways and assessing metabolic status. This detailed report delves into critical areas such as metabolic processing, mitochondrial function, amino acid metabolism, inflammatory response, detoxification, stress, and mood, providing valuable insights into overall well-being.

OAT (Organic Acid Test)

The Organic Acids Test (OAT) provides a comprehensive assessment of overall health with over 70 markers, including intestinal yeast and bacteria levels. Elevated levels of these microorganisms can contribute to various health issues, such as behavior disorders, hyperactivity, fatigue, and immune dysfunction. Factors like antibiotic use, high sugar diets, and genetic predispositions can lead to abnormal organic acid levels. Additionally, our test evaluates vitamin, mineral, and neurotransmitter levels and oxidative stress, offering valuable insights into chronic illnesses. Moreover, it uniquely includes markers for oxalates, which are closely linked to many health conditions.

Quest Comprehensive Metabolic Panel Plus

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is made up of 14 tests that provide comprehensive insights into a person's metabolic status, assessing the functionality of vital organs such as the kidneys and liver, electrolyte balance, acid/base equilibrium, and blood glucose and protein levels. The CMP includes examinations for Albumin, Albumin/Globulin Ratio, Alkaline Phosphatase, ALT, AST, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Calcium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Creatinine with GFR Estimated, Globulin, Glucose, Potassium, Sodium, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein, and Urea Nitrogen, as well as Platelet Count. Additionally, it incorporates other assessments such as the FIB 4 Index for liver inflammation, NASH, and liver fibrosis, a CBC with differential for a comprehensive analysis of white and red blood cells, and an Inflammation Panel evaluating markers like ADMA/SDMA, F2-Isoprostane/Creatine, hs-CRP, Lp-PLA2, Myeloperoxidase, OxLDL, and TMAO. Lipoprotein Fractionation is included to analyze various lipoprotein particles, while the Insulin Resistance section measures insulin and C-peptide levels to determine insulin resistance. The panel also includes assessments for APOE4 genotype and a Thyroid Complete with antibodies, encompassing TSH, Total T4, Total T3, TPO, and TAA markers, offering a comprehensive overview of metabolic health and potential risk factors.

SIBO Breath Test

A breath test can help you determine if your symptoms are caused by treatable conditions like small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). Breath testing is a way for healthcare providers to identify specific conditions related to the gut microbiome by analyzing fermented gases found in a patient’s exhaled breath. Three fermented gases are detectable with breath testing: hydrogen, methane, and newly measurable hydrogen sulfide. While healthy levels of hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide can be present in the gut microbiome, abnormal levels can indicate a disorder and provide valuable insight into the proper treatment.

The Immunoseroogy of Lyme Panel A/B

The Immunoseroogy of Lyme Panel A/B offers a comprehensive testing approach for the detection of active and chronic Lyme disease, which can lead to serious conditions such as Lyme arthritis and neuroborreliosis. This panel assesses antibodies against the spirochete and various components of B. Burgdorferi, its subspecies, and co-infections. Utilizing Borrelia antigens grown in culture and proteins expressed in vivo, this test aims to enhance accuracy. Employing patented ELISA methodology and the Western Blot method, both IgG and IgM antibodies are measured against a range of Borrelia antigens and proteins, including Outer Surface Proteins A, B, C, and E, Leukocyte Function Associated Antigen, Variable Major Protein, and more. Antibodies against Borrelia subspecies Sensu stricto, Afzelii, Garinii, Myamotoi, as well as co-infections like Babesia, Ehrlichia, and Bartonella, are also assessed separately. Early and accurate diagnosis is crucial to prevent misdiagnosis and unnecessary treatments with potential side effects. The inclusion of the Western Blot in Panel B helps mitigate the risk of false positive or negative results, ensuring appropriate management and minimizing potential long-term consequences associated with Lyme disease.

The Lymphocyte MAP™

The Lymphocyte MAP™ test identifies 29 key lymphocyte biomarkers and determinants, including Th1, Th2, CD4, CD8, Treg, Th17, and the family of NK cells, the Lymphocyte MAP™ measures the integrity of the immune system at the cellular level. Additionally, the Lymphocyte MAP™ offers the most comprehensive immunophenotyping panel on the market, providing a broad picture of immune status. This comprehensive assessment allows for the identification of underlying conditions triggering various immune responses, ranging from deficiencies to over-activity, infections, inflammation, autoimmunity, allergies, asthma, hypersensitivities, and cancers. With applications ranging from healthy lifestyle optimization to the management of autoimmune conditions or recent exposure to COVID-19, the results of the Lymphocyte MAP™ can inform tailored treatment regimens, ultimately aiming to achieve "immune harmony."

The Neural Zoomer™ Plus

The Neural Zoomer™ Plus is a sophisticated array of neurological autoantibodies designed for precise antibody-to-antigen recognition. This advanced test evaluates an individual's reactivity to 48 neurological antigens, offering insights into various neurologically related diseases. With a comprehensive panel of well-studied autoantibodies, the Neural Zoomer™ Plus empowers healthcare providers to tailor treatment protocols based on the underlying mechanisms of disease progression, thereby facilitating improved health outcomes in the complex realm of neurological disorders.

Thyroid Complete/Antibodies (TPO/TAA)

The Thyroid Complete Antibodies test is a comprehensive blood panel designed to assess thyroid function, including hypo/hyperthyroidism, secondary hypothyroidism, and autoimmune thyroiditis. This test analyzes a range of analytes and markers, including TSH, TT3, TfT4, rT3, TPO, and TAA, providing valuable insights into thyroid health and aiding in diagnosing and managing thyroid-related disorders.

TriMercury (metal test)

The TriMercury Test is a groundbreaking clinical tool that distinguishes between methyl mercury and inorganic mercury, offering unique insights into mercury exposure and detoxification. With a simple blood draw, this test measures levels of 15 metals, including essential nutrients and potentially toxic elements, helping clinicians identify imbalances that may indicate heavy metal toxicity. By providing detailed information on the body's mercury levels and mineral ratios, this test guides personalized detoxification strategies for optimal health.

Vibrant America Environmental Toxins

Environmental toxins, known as toxicants, encompass substances generated within the human body that, upon absorption, inhalation, or ingestion, can lead to acute or chronic toxic overload, resulting in diverse biological manifestations across organ, tissue, and cellular levels. These toxins, comprising both human-made and naturally occurring cancer-causing chemicals and endocrine disruptors, exhibit variable effects on individuals, influenced by factors such as genetics, environment, diet, liver and kidney health, microbiome composition and diversity, age, adiposity, gender, and immune system capacity. Detecting toxic overload is essential, especially in individuals presenting with chronic inflammatory symptoms, resistance to weight loss, and signs of excessive total toxic load, as it can unveil hidden chemical exposure from everyday products, foods, and surroundings. Screening for environmental toxins provides practitioners with invaluable insights into the underlying causes of toxicity, facilitating targeted detoxification strategies and promoting healing.

Vibrant America Mycotoxin Test

The Vibrant Mycotoxins test offers a comprehensive assessment of 31 common mycotoxins present in molds that humans may be exposed to, using a urine-based assay on a proprietary microarray platform. This highly accurate testing method provides valuable insights into the presence of these elusive toxins, which can lead to serious health conditions in individuals, particularly those living or working in older buildings, water-damaged environments, or with compromised immune systems and heightened oxidative stress levels. Mycotoxins pose significant health risks, potentially contributing to autoimmune diseases and cancer, making early detection and intervention crucial.

Vibrant Health Gut Zoomer

The Vibrant Gut ZoomerTM is a cutting-edge test that delves deep into the gut microbiome, analyzing microorganism 16sRNA from a stool sample to assess the relative abundance of bacteria, candida yeast, parasites, and viruses compared to a reference range. With over 1000 species of bacteria residing in the large intestine, the gut microbiome plays crucial roles in immune system modulation, nutrient metabolism, and maintaining the intestinal mucosal barrier. Imbalances in the gut microbiome can lead to various gastrointestinal symptoms, skin conditions, autoimmune disorders, and inflammatory conditions. The comprehensive report generated by the Vibrant Gut ZoomerTM provides actionable insights and recommendations tailored to the individual's specific microbial profile, including potential risks for intestinal permeability, intestinal disorders, heart health, autoimmune disorders, metabolic disorders, and nutritional deficiencies. This test offers a comprehensive analysis of the gut microbiome ecosystem, aiding in the understanding of its connection to disease and inflammation and providing personalized dietary and supplementation recommendations to support gut health and overall well-being.

Vibrant Health Wheat Zoomer (Test for Leaky Gut-Increased Intestinal Membrane Permeability)

The Vibrant Health Wheat Zoomer test is a comprehensive blood test designed to screen for both leaky gut and wheat sensitivity, offering precise identification of affected individuals. With the increasing recognition of gluten and wheat sensitivity in the medical community, there is a growing demand for accurate and highly sensitive testing methods. The Wheat ZoomerTM addresses this need by specifically detecting antibodies to wheat peptides, including gluten and non-gluten components, as well as antibodies indicating the presence of leaky gut. Additionally, it utilizes a highly sensitive peptide-based array to detect autoimmune reactions to gluten, providing detailed insights into a patient's immune response to wheat. For specific details, please refer to the attached documents.

ARRAY 11 Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen

The Array 11 Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen is an invaluable tool recommended for patients exhibiting various immune-related conditions. It aids in identifying the loss of immune tolerance triggered by xenobiotic exposure, potentially leading to autoimmune reactivity. This test offers insights into autoimmune diseases and related family histories by assessing chemical sensitivities, intolerance, and abnormal immune function. Moreover, it assists in formulating guidelines for avoiding specific chemicals to mitigate the risk of autoimmune processes, making it indispensable for comprehensive patient care.

Array 10-90

The Array 10-90 panel evaluates immune reactions to 90 of the most commonly consumed raw and/or modified foods, food enzymes, lectins, and artificial food additives tested as part of the Array 10 panel. It can detect dietary-related triggers of autoimmune reactivity and monitor the efficacy of customized dietary protocols.

Array 11 Chemical Reactivity Screen

The Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen, also known as Array 11, goes beyond conventional tests by measuring the immune response to chemicals bound to human proteins rather than merely identifying chemical exposure levels. This unique approach provides valuable insights into an individual's health risk from chemical exposure and its impact on the body. Array 11 assesses a comprehensive range of chemical toxins that can bind to body tissues due to environmental exposure, offering a detailed analysis of the antigens tested. It is particularly beneficial for patients experiencing increased chemical sensitivity or intolerance, abnormal immune system functioning, autoimmune conditions, or with a family history of autoimmune disease. Clinically, Array 11 helps identify the loss of immune tolerance associated with chemical exposure, guides the avoidance of specific chemicals to mitigate autoimmune reactivity, and monitors the effectiveness of clinical management for patients.

Array 12: Pathogen-Associated Immune Reactivity Screen

The human body is home to a vast variety of microorganisms that help keep you healthy, so long as it is well balanced. In your gut alone, there are thought to be at least ten times more microbes than there are human cells in your whole body. These micro-organisms regulate many important bodily functions aid your immune system in developing and maturing in infancy and childhood, and help keep you healthy throughout your lifetime. The human microbiota is influenced by many factors, including genetic makeup, diet, environmental exposures, stress, sleep, and activity. However, new industries, new chemicals and drugs, and new foods can overload your immune system, effectively overwhelming your body with more and more environmental stressors. This can lead to your microbiome becoming imbalanced, which can open the floodgates to invading pathogens, acute infections, as well as colonization by non-beneficial bacteria, viruses, yeasts, and parasites. As your immune system attempts to restore balance, it can end up "attacking" your own cells, tissues, and/or organs that have been infected or contaminated with infectious agents. This may or may not eventually result in autoimmune reactivity. Array 12 assesses a variety of infectious agents as triggers of autoimmunity: those that are found in the body as well as those that we may be exposed to in our environment. These include oral pathogens, gastrointestinal pathogens, gut parasites, bacterial and stealth pathogens, environmental molds, viral pathogens, and tick-borne pathogens, including Borrelia burgdoferi, which is known to cause Lyme disease.

Array 5: Systemic Autoimmune Reactivity Screen

Many studies show that the autoimmune antibody can be elevated in the blood many years before symptoms occur. Cyrex Labs has now developed its Cyrex Labs Array #5, a comprehensive autoimmune screen that helps in the early detection of autoimmunity. If detected early, natural and/or medical interventions can begin in order to minimize long-term illness and promote a better quality of life. Multiple autoimmune antibodies are tested in this panel due to the fact that more than 40% of those with autoantibodies in one area have autoantibodies in other areas of the body. The Cyrex Array #5 tests the gamut of autoimmune antibodies in order to minimize "missing" a potential autoimmune condition.

Cardiax

Vibrant America provides a health analytics tool designed to detect genetic polymorphisms linked to various cardiovascular conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, insulin resistance, atrial fibrillation, stroke, and dyslipidemia. Heart disease encompasses a wide range of conditions affecting the heart, including infections, genetic defects, and blood vessel diseases. While many forms of heart disease are preventable through healthy lifestyle choices, it remains the primary health concern globally. Given its prevalence and severity, understanding one's cardiovascular risk factors is crucial. Vibrant America offers a comprehensive range of tests aimed at assessing individual risk profiles or monitoring existing conditions. Heart disease stands as the leading cause of death worldwide, affecting both men and women. Surprisingly, women are just as susceptible to heart attacks as men, and in some cases, even more so. Despite this, more women than men succumb to heart disease annually, and women also face a higher risk of mortality following their first heart attack.

Cleveland Heart Lab Inflammation Profile PLUS 4

The Cleveland Heart Lab Inflammation Profile PLUS 4 offers advanced testing beyond routine lipid screening, aiming to assess cardiovascular risk comprehensively. While traditional cholesterol testing is crucial, it may not present the complete cardiovascular health picture. Recent evidence suggests inflammation within the artery wall significantly contributes to heart attacks and strokes, even in individuals with normal cholesterol levels. This test evaluates inflammatory status using blood and urine biomarkers, providing insights into a patient's cardiovascular risk spectrum. By monitoring inflammation levels, healthcare providers can detect and treat inflammation early, potentially reducing the risk of cardiovascular events over a patient's lifetime. This comprehensive test encompasses biomarkers related to lifestyle concerns, metabolic diseases, and cardiovascular risk, including F2-IsoPs, OxLDL, ADMA/SDMA, Microalbumin, hsCRP, Lp-PLA2 Activity, MPO, TMAO, CoQ10, OmegaCheck, and the Insulin Resistance Panel and Score, which aids in diagnosing glycemic disorders and assessing insulin resistance, offering valuable information for managing diabetes and related conditions.

Cyrex Array 2

Cyrex Array 2 is a comprehensive antibody assessment that evaluates the integrity of the intestinal barrier and the presence of bacterial endotoxins, such as lipopolysaccharides. It examines key markers, including tight-junction proteins like occludin and zonulin, as well as cell cytoskeleton proteins like actomyosin. By identifying both transcellular and paracellular routes of intestinal barrier penetration, this test offers insights into "leaky gut" - the passage of large molecules between intestinal cells. This information helps assess the potential challenges to the immune system and guides strategies for gut health optimization.

Cyrex Array 22

The Cyrex Array 22 lab test is designed to identify factors contributing to intestinal dysbiosis and impaired gut barrier function. By evaluating markers associated with bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine and the release of bacterial cytotoxins, this test helps assess the integrity of the intestinal barrier and the risk of autoimmune activation. Specifically, it aids in guiding treatment protocols for conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), offering valuable insights for individuals experiencing symptoms such as malabsorption, weight loss, anemia, fatty stools, fatigue, reflux, skin disorders, obesity, or food intolerances. Given that a significant portion of IBS cases stem from bacterial infections producing cytolethal-distending toxins, the Cyrex Array 22 test provides crucial information on immune dysregulation, low-grade inflammation, and altered gastrointestinal permeability, facilitating accurate diagnosis and tailored treatment plans.

DUTCH-PLUS/Adrenal-Hormone Panel-Sex Hormone Metabolites for Men and Women

The DUTCH Plus™ test represents an advanced approach to hormone testing, offering a comprehensive analysis of sex hormones, their metabolites, and the diurnal pattern of free cortisol. It provides insight into the total and distribution of cortisol metabolites while also incorporating the Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) to shed light on the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis. With analysis of 35 different hormones, including estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA-S, and cortisol, alongside their metabolites, the DUTCH Plus™ offers a comprehensive overview of hormonal balance. Additionally, it includes DUTCH Extras such as Melatonin (6OHMS) and 8-Hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) for a more thorough assessment of adrenal function and overall hormone health.

GI Map

The GI Map utilizes cutting-edge DNA Multiplex technology to comprehensively assess your microbiome using just a single stool sample. This advanced panel focuses on identifying microbes that could disrupt the normal balance of gut flora, potentially leading to gastrointestinal disturbances or illness. It covers a wide range of microbial targets, including pathogenic bacteria, commensal bacteria, opportunistic pathogens, fungi, viruses, parasites, and immune and digestive markers. You will receive a specimen collection kit for convenient at-home sampling.

Genomic Spotlight

Genomic Spotlight leverages advanced machine learning through the Opus23 informatics platform to provide clinicians with unparalleled insights into a patient's genomics. With a simple buccal collection, this comprehensive DNA test reports clinically significant single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) across multiple domains, evaluating eight crucial areas of health, including methylation, structural health, cognitive function, detoxification, endocrine balance, inflammation, and gastrointestinal wellness.

Gi Spotlight

GI Spotlight functional wellness test offers a comprehensive analysis of your gut microbiome's health, utilizing cutting-edge quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) technology. This test provides insight into key areas such as Keystone microbial diversity, gut fungal balance, intestinal permeability, gut barrier function, digestive function, nutrient absorption, GI motility, inflammatory status, and immune function in the gut.

IBSSmart: There's Now a Way to Diagnose IBS With a Simple Blood Test

Introducing IBSSmart: A Revolutionary Blood Test for Diagnosing IBS. This groundbreaking test measures the levels of two validated IBS biomarkers, anti-CdtB and anti-vinculin, providing a simple yet highly effective means of diagnosing IBS. Elevated levels of these biomarkers are commonly found in IBS patients experiencing diarrheal symptoms, allowing for the diagnosis of diarrhea-predominant or mixed-type IBS (IBS-D or IBS-M). Notably, these biomarkers are not typically elevated in patients with constipation-predominant IBS (IBS-C). The validation study for IBSSmart demonstrates that elevated biomarkers indicate IBS with up to 100% positive predictive value, making it an incredibly reliable diagnostic tool. Moreover, IBSSmart offers high specificity in distinguishing between IBS and IBD, providing clarity and accuracy in diagnosis.

Immunoscience Autoimmune Comprehensive Panel #2011:

The Immunoscience Autoimmune Comprehensive Panel is a comprehensive test designed to detect approximately 100 autoimmune disorders, addressing both preclinical and clinical stages of autoimmune diseases, which affect 5-9% of the population. This panel is particularly valuable as it can identify pathogenic autoreactive antibodies or reactive T cells against specific self-antigens in the blood, often years before the onset of active disease. Research has shown that these autoantibodies may be present in the blood for several months to nearly two decades before the manifestation of various autoimmune conditions. The panel includes a range of markers such as ANA, ENA, RF, dsDNA, Actin, Mitochondrial Antibodies, and Total C1Q Immune Complexes, offering insights into autoimmune conditions affecting different systems. It is especially beneficial for individuals with elevated antibodies against various viruses, including EBV, CMV, Herpes 1+2, HHV-6, VZV, and Measles, aiding in early detection and intervention for improved patient outcomes.

LRA by ELISA/ACT

The hsLRA™ tests stand out as the most comprehensive and specific assessments compared to other laboratory tests, offering valuable insights into the hidden causes of many common health concerns. These revolutionary blood tests directly analyze lymphocytes, the body's long-lived, memory-carrying white blood cells crucial for indicating overall health and detecting disease. What sets LRA tests apart is their unique ability to simultaneously measure all three types of delayed sensitivity reactions: lymphocyte activation, reactive antibody responses (including IgA, IgM, and IgG), immune complexes, and T cell direct activation. This comprehensive approach provides healthcare providers with a thorough understanding of immune system reactivity and aids in crafting tailored treatment strategies for patients.

Metabolomics Spotlight

The Metabolomics Spotlight functional wellness test offers a comprehensive examination of an individual's biochemistry and metabolism, aiding practitioners in understanding metabolic pathways and assessing metabolic status. This detailed report delves into critical areas such as metabolic processing, mitochondrial function, amino acid metabolism, inflammatory response, detoxification, stress, and mood, providing valuable insights into overall well-being.

OAT (Organic Acid Test)

The Organic Acids Test (OAT) provides a comprehensive assessment of overall health with over 70 markers, including intestinal yeast and bacteria levels. Elevated levels of these microorganisms can contribute to various health issues, such as behavior disorders, hyperactivity, fatigue, and immune dysfunction. Factors like antibiotic use, high sugar diets, and genetic predispositions can lead to abnormal organic acid levels. Additionally, our test evaluates vitamin, mineral, and neurotransmitter levels and oxidative stress, offering valuable insights into chronic illnesses. Moreover, it uniquely includes markers for oxalates, which are closely linked to many health conditions.

Quest Comprehensive Metabolic Panel Plus

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is made up of 14 tests that provide comprehensive insights into a person's metabolic status, assessing the functionality of vital organs such as the kidneys and liver, electrolyte balance, acid/base equilibrium, and blood glucose and protein levels. The CMP includes examinations for Albumin, Albumin/Globulin Ratio, Alkaline Phosphatase, ALT, AST, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Calcium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Creatinine with GFR Estimated, Globulin, Glucose, Potassium, Sodium, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein, and Urea Nitrogen, as well as Platelet Count. Additionally, it incorporates other assessments such as the FIB 4 Index for liver inflammation, NASH, and liver fibrosis, a CBC with differential for a comprehensive analysis of white and red blood cells, and an Inflammation Panel evaluating markers like ADMA/SDMA, F2-Isoprostane/Creatine, hs-CRP, Lp-PLA2, Myeloperoxidase, OxLDL, and TMAO. Lipoprotein Fractionation is included to analyze various lipoprotein particles, while the Insulin Resistance section measures insulin and C-peptide levels to determine insulin resistance. The panel also includes assessments for APOE4 genotype and a Thyroid Complete with antibodies, encompassing TSH, Total T4, Total T3, TPO, and TAA markers, offering a comprehensive overview of metabolic health and potential risk factors.

SIBO Breath Test

A breath test can help you determine if your symptoms are caused by treatable conditions like small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). Breath testing is a way for healthcare providers to identify specific conditions related to the gut microbiome by analyzing fermented gases found in a patient’s exhaled breath. Three fermented gases are detectable with breath testing: hydrogen, methane, and newly measurable hydrogen sulfide. While healthy levels of hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide can be present in the gut microbiome, abnormal levels can indicate a disorder and provide valuable insight into the proper treatment.

The Immunoseroogy of Lyme Panel A/B

The Immunoseroogy of Lyme Panel A/B offers a comprehensive testing approach for the detection of active and chronic Lyme disease, which can lead to serious conditions such as Lyme arthritis and neuroborreliosis. This panel assesses antibodies against the spirochete and various components of B. Burgdorferi, its subspecies, and co-infections. Utilizing Borrelia antigens grown in culture and proteins expressed in vivo, this test aims to enhance accuracy. Employing patented ELISA methodology and the Western Blot method, both IgG and IgM antibodies are measured against a range of Borrelia antigens and proteins, including Outer Surface Proteins A, B, C, and E, Leukocyte Function Associated Antigen, Variable Major Protein, and more. Antibodies against Borrelia subspecies Sensu stricto, Afzelii, Garinii, Myamotoi, as well as co-infections like Babesia, Ehrlichia, and Bartonella, are also assessed separately. Early and accurate diagnosis is crucial to prevent misdiagnosis and unnecessary treatments with potential side effects. The inclusion of the Western Blot in Panel B helps mitigate the risk of false positive or negative results, ensuring appropriate management and minimizing potential long-term consequences associated with Lyme disease.

The Lymphocyte MAP™

The Lymphocyte MAP™ test identifies 29 key lymphocyte biomarkers and determinants, including Th1, Th2, CD4, CD8, Treg, Th17, and the family of NK cells, the Lymphocyte MAP™ measures the integrity of the immune system at the cellular level. Additionally, the Lymphocyte MAP™ offers the most comprehensive immunophenotyping panel on the market, providing a broad picture of immune status. This comprehensive assessment allows for the identification of underlying conditions triggering various immune responses, ranging from deficiencies to over-activity, infections, inflammation, autoimmunity, allergies, asthma, hypersensitivities, and cancers. With applications ranging from healthy lifestyle optimization to the management of autoimmune conditions or recent exposure to COVID-19, the results of the Lymphocyte MAP™ can inform tailored treatment regimens, ultimately aiming to achieve "immune harmony."

The Neural Zoomer™ Plus

The Neural Zoomer™ Plus is a sophisticated array of neurological autoantibodies designed for precise antibody-to-antigen recognition. This advanced test evaluates an individual's reactivity to 48 neurological antigens, offering insights into various neurologically related diseases. With a comprehensive panel of well-studied autoantibodies, the Neural Zoomer™ Plus empowers healthcare providers to tailor treatment protocols based on the underlying mechanisms of disease progression, thereby facilitating improved health outcomes in the complex realm of neurological disorders.

Thyroid Complete/Antibodies (TPO/TAA)

The Thyroid Complete Antibodies test is a comprehensive blood panel designed to assess thyroid function, including hypo/hyperthyroidism, secondary hypothyroidism, and autoimmune thyroiditis. This test analyzes a range of analytes and markers, including TSH, TT3, TfT4, rT3, TPO, and TAA, providing valuable insights into thyroid health and aiding in diagnosing and managing thyroid-related disorders.

TriMercury (metal test)

The TriMercury Test is a groundbreaking clinical tool that distinguishes between methyl mercury and inorganic mercury, offering unique insights into mercury exposure and detoxification. With a simple blood draw, this test measures levels of 15 metals, including essential nutrients and potentially toxic elements, helping clinicians identify imbalances that may indicate heavy metal toxicity. By providing detailed information on the body's mercury levels and mineral ratios, this test guides personalized detoxification strategies for optimal health.

Vibrant America Environmental Toxins

Environmental toxins, known as toxicants, encompass substances generated within the human body that, upon absorption, inhalation, or ingestion, can lead to acute or chronic toxic overload, resulting in diverse biological manifestations across organ, tissue, and cellular levels. These toxins, comprising both human-made and naturally occurring cancer-causing chemicals and endocrine disruptors, exhibit variable effects on individuals, influenced by factors such as genetics, environment, diet, liver and kidney health, microbiome composition and diversity, age, adiposity, gender, and immune system capacity. Detecting toxic overload is essential, especially in individuals presenting with chronic inflammatory symptoms, resistance to weight loss, and signs of excessive total toxic load, as it can unveil hidden chemical exposure from everyday products, foods, and surroundings. Screening for environmental toxins provides practitioners with invaluable insights into the underlying causes of toxicity, facilitating targeted detoxification strategies and promoting healing.

Vibrant America Mycotoxin Test

The Vibrant Mycotoxins test offers a comprehensive assessment of 31 common mycotoxins present in molds that humans may be exposed to, using a urine-based assay on a proprietary microarray platform. This highly accurate testing method provides valuable insights into the presence of these elusive toxins, which can lead to serious health conditions in individuals, particularly those living or working in older buildings, water-damaged environments, or with compromised immune systems and heightened oxidative stress levels. Mycotoxins pose significant health risks, potentially contributing to autoimmune diseases and cancer, making early detection and intervention crucial.

Vibrant Health Gut Zoomer

The Vibrant Gut ZoomerTM is a cutting-edge test that delves deep into the gut microbiome, analyzing microorganism 16sRNA from a stool sample to assess the relative abundance of bacteria, candida yeast, parasites, and viruses compared to a reference range. With over 1000 species of bacteria residing in the large intestine, the gut microbiome plays crucial roles in immune system modulation, nutrient metabolism, and maintaining the intestinal mucosal barrier. Imbalances in the gut microbiome can lead to various gastrointestinal symptoms, skin conditions, autoimmune disorders, and inflammatory conditions. The comprehensive report generated by the Vibrant Gut ZoomerTM provides actionable insights and recommendations tailored to the individual's specific microbial profile, including potential risks for intestinal permeability, intestinal disorders, heart health, autoimmune disorders, metabolic disorders, and nutritional deficiencies. This test offers a comprehensive analysis of the gut microbiome ecosystem, aiding in the understanding of its connection to disease and inflammation and providing personalized dietary and supplementation recommendations to support gut health and overall well-being.

Vibrant Health Wheat Zoomer (Test for Leaky Gut-Increased Intestinal Membrane Permeability)

The Vibrant Health Wheat Zoomer test is a comprehensive blood test designed to screen for both leaky gut and wheat sensitivity, offering precise identification of affected individuals. With the increasing recognition of gluten and wheat sensitivity in the medical community, there is a growing demand for accurate and highly sensitive testing methods. The Wheat ZoomerTM addresses this need by specifically detecting antibodies to wheat peptides, including gluten and non-gluten components, as well as antibodies indicating the presence of leaky gut. Additionally, it utilizes a highly sensitive peptide-based array to detect autoimmune reactions to gluten, providing detailed insights into a patient's immune response to wheat. For specific details, please refer to the attached documents.

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For more than 15 years, Soaak Clinics has been dedicated to transforming lives and has helped thousands overcome unwanted symptoms. Our team includes board-certified brain health coaches certified by renowned neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Amen and seasoned therapists, counselors, naturopathic doctors, and functional wellness practitioners.


We offer more than just Neurofeedback! From specialized therapy to Functional Medicine, we aim to craft a personalized path toward better mental, emotional, and physical health. Our unwavering passion is to assist you in finding a customized approach that helps you achieve the progress and results you seek on your unique journey.

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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the lab testing process like?

The lab testing process begins with a consultation with one of our practitioners, who will recommend specific tests based on your health concerns and goals. Once you've decided on the tests, you'll receive a kit with instructions for collecting samples, such as blood, urine, or saliva. After collecting the samples, you'll mail them to the lab for analysis. Once the results are ready, your practitioner will review them with you during a follow-up appointment and discuss the next steps.

How long until I get my test results and custom protocol after I mail in the lab tests?

The turnaround time for receiving your test results can vary depending on the specific tests ordered and the lab's processing times. Generally, it takes approximately 1-3 weeks to receive your results. Once the results are available, your practitioner will review them thoroughly and create a customized protocol based on your individual needs. You'll then schedule a follow-up appointment to discuss the results and receive your personalized treatment plan.

What is the average cost of supplements?

On average, clients spend between $150 and $300 on the supplement protocol, although this can vary widely based on individual needs and treatment plans. Your practitioner will work with you to identify the most appropriate supplements for your health goals and budget, ensuring that you receive high-quality products that support your wellness journey.

Is Functional Medicine covered by insurance?

No, Functional Medicine is typically not covered by insurance. However, we do accept Care Credit, HSA (Health Savings Account), and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards.

How long does it take to see results with Functional Medicine?

The timeline for seeing results with Functional Medicine can vary depending on the individual's health condition, severity of symptoms, and adherence to the treatment plan. While some people may experience improvements within a few weeks, others may require several months of consistent effort to achieve significant changes. Patience and commitment to the treatment plan are key to achieving lasting results.

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