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Dysbiosis Profile - Urine A Measure of Microbial Metabolism The   Russian   scientist   Metchnikoff   popularized   the   idea   of      "Dysbiosis,"   describing   an   imbalance   in   the   microecology   of   the   digestive tract.   When   the   microbial   balance   of   the   gut   is   disturbed,   opportunistic,   or   "bad",   bacteria   can   overgrow   and   mitigate   the   effects   of the "good", predominant bacteria needed for a healthy gut. Advantages of the Dysbiosis Profile Reports    D-arabinitol,    a    specific    marker    for    Candida    sp.,    which    can    cause    disease    in    patients,    especially    if    they    are immunocompromised. Reports D-lactate, an indicator of L. acidophilus overgrowth and carbohydrate malabsorption. A single urine specimen is easy for patients, leading to increased patient compliance. Discrimination between microbial classes allows for more focused and targeted therapies. Why use the Dysbiosis Profile? The   Dysbiosis   Profile   is   a   urine   organic   acid   test   measuring   the   by-products   of   microbial   metabolism,   and   is   particularly   useful   in detecting   the   presence   of   pathogenic   microbial   overgrowth.   As   a   stand-alone   test   allows   clinician   to   assess   microbial   overgrowth   and guide and monitor targeted therapy in patients. Is Urine Organic Acid Testing Useful for Assessing Dysbiosis? Urine   contains   unique   products   of   microbial   metabolism   which   are   used   to   measure   small   bowel   yeast   and   bacterial   overgrowth. With   the   exception   of   hippurate,   the   compounds   measured   in   the   Dysbiosis   Profile,   such   as   D-arabinitol,   are   not   normally   produced by    human    cells.    Unfriendly    intestinal    microorganisms,    however,    can    manufacture    them    in    relatively    high    quantities.    These compounds are absorbed into the blood from the intestines and eventually appear in a urine organic acid test. Symptoms of dysbiosis can be as diverse as: Behavioral disorders Chronic fatigue Depression Headache Immune dysfunction Insomnia Irritable Bowel Syndrome Joint pain Learning disorders Nutritional deficiencies Food allergies Skin disorders, acne...           If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services   or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Dysbiosis Profile - Urine A Measure of Microbial Metabolism The     Russian     scientist     Metchnikoff     popularized     the     idea     of       "Dysbiosis,"   describing   an   imbalance   in   the   microecology   of   the digestive   tract.   When   the   microbial   balance   of   the   gut   is   disturbed, opportunistic,   or   "bad",   bacteria   can   overgrow   and   mitigate   the effects   of   the   "good",   predominant   bacteria   needed   for   a   healthy gut. Advantages of the Dysbiosis Profile Reports   D-arabinitol,   a   specific   marker   for   Candida   sp.,   which can      cause      disease      in      patients,      especially      if      they      are immunocompromised. Reports   D-lactate,   an   indicator   of   L.   acidophilus   overgrowth and carbohydrate malabsorption. A    single    urine    specimen    is    easy    for    patients,    leading    to increased patient compliance. Discrimination    between    microbial    classes    allows    for    more focused and targeted therapies. Why use the Dysbiosis Profile? The   Dysbiosis   Profile   is   a   urine   organic   acid   test   measuring   the   by- products    of    microbial    metabolism,    and    is    particularly    useful    in detecting   the   presence   of   pathogenic   microbial   overgrowth.   As   a stand-alone    test    allows    clinician    to    assess    microbial    overgrowth and guide and monitor targeted therapy in patients. Is      Urine      Organic      Acid      Testing      Useful      for Assessing Dysbiosis? Urine   contains   unique   products   of   microbial   metabolism   which   are used   to   measure   small   bowel   yeast   and   bacterial   overgrowth.   With the    exception    of    hippurate,    the    compounds    measured    in    the Dysbiosis   Profile,   such   as   D-arabinitol,   are   not   normally   produced by    human    cells.    Unfriendly    intestinal    microorganisms,    however, can     manufacture     them     in     relatively     high     quantities.     These compounds   are   absorbed   into   the   blood   from   the   intestines   and eventually appear in a urine organic acid test. Symptoms of dysbiosis can be as diverse as: Behavioral disorders Chronic fatigue Depression Headache Immune dysfunction Insomnia Irritable Bowel Syndrome Joint pain Learning disorders Nutritional deficiencies Food allergies Skin disorders, acne...         If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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