GI Map Test / GI Map Test + ZONULIN-Test

On this page you'll find all the tool tests that are GI Map Tests including the GI Map + ZONULIN Test and the ZONULIN Test that we offer here at IFDW.

GI Map Test: A Comprehensive Tool for Gut Health

Stool tests like the GI-MAP Test (Gastrointestinal Microbial Assay Plus) is a specialized stool test designed to assess the health of your gut. Using advanced qPCR technology, it quantifies various microorganisms in the gut, including pathogens, bacteria, and fungi.

This GI Map test also measures indicators of digestion, absorption, inflammation, and immune function. It offers add-ons like the Universal Antibiotic Resistance Genes Panel and Fecal Gluten Peptide tests for more in-depth analysis. The GI-MAP is highly reliable and helps to create personalized treatment plans for conditions ranging from autoimmune diseases to digestive complaints.

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What is a GI Map Test and How Does It Work?

The GI-MAP Test is a comprehensive stool analysis that uses advanced qPCR technology to assess gut health. It measures the DNA of various microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi, as well as markers for digestion, absorption, and inflammation.

The GI Map test results help healthcare practitioners create personalized treatment plans for conditions like autoimmune diseases and digestive issues.

How Long Does It Take to Get the Results?

GI Map Test results are typically available within 7-10 business days. However, the timeframe may vary depending on shipment from and to the lab and on the lab processing the test.

Can I Take the Test at Home?

Sure you can! The Gi Map Test is a simple at-home test. You'll receive a test kit, follow the instructions, and send it back to our trusted lab for analysis.

We'll provide all reesults digital.

How will I get my results?

Your GI Map Test results will be available to you via our customer login (which we do via PracticeBetter, a secure platform for personal health information).

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