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Occurs when there is too much bacteria in the small intestine leading to IBS type symptoms.
Helicobacter Pylori is a very common infection associated with peptic ulcers and gastritis.
Helicobacter Pylori is a very common infection (present in up to 50% of the population).
Lactose Malabsorption occurs when there is an inability to fully digest the ‘milk sugar’.
Fructose and Sorbitol are quite often found together in fruit or added to processed foods.
Fructose can be present naturally in foods such as fruit & some vegetables or in processed foods & drinks.
Sorbitol is often used as a sweetener in “diet” or “sugar free” foods and drinks.
Sucrose Malabsorption occurs when sucrose is not properly absorbed in the small intestine.
The gut permeability test is a sensitive test for the diagnosis of tight junction activity.
When inflammation occurs, calprotectin is activated. It is a useful marker for Inflammatory bowel disease.
Vitamin B12 (also known as Cobalamin) is an important vitamin for maintaining healthy nerves and cells.
Vitamin B9 plays an important role in the production of new blood cells, DNA synthesis, and during pregnancy.
Vitamin D has many benefits including keeping your immune system strong, and maintaining bone health.
Ferritin is a protein in cells that contains iron, it reflects the level of stored iron in the body.
FODMAPS are a group of carbohydrates (sugars) that may be incompletely absorbed in the small intestine.
Iron Status Profile includes several blood markers to evaluate the levels of iron stores in your body.
Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) is a process of screening for bowel (colorectal) cancer.