Hormone & Digestion Testing – Now with a Consultation!

by Leisa on March 20, 2012

One of the most important areas that I explore as a Naturopath, is functional pathology testing, mainly Saliva Hormone analysis and Digestion Health assessments. So many people today are suffering with imbalances in these areas, and are unable to find answers from conventional blood and stool tests. These tests are very comprehensive and are targeted for specific areas of concern. They give me clear answer to work with, so that I can design treatment programs that are addressing the issues directly, rather than playing ‘hit and miss’ with supplement regimes that may or may not work.

Some of the conditions picked up in these tests, such as a high oestrone level in saliva testing – or low good bacteria levels in digestion testing – can have serious health implications if left unchecked. As your dedicated practitioner, I feel personally responsible to ensure these preventable conditions are avoided.

Saliva Hormone & Digestion HealthTesting are the most accurate way to gauge hormone levels or digestive health status- and I would like to let you know about the new and improved testing services:

  • The analysis reports now include an easier to read and understand summary
  • The report includes an easy to read and follow supplement schedule
  • We now supply products, so no hunting for what you need at the local health food store
  • A half hour phone consultation is included to review your report with a qualified Naturopath and to answer any questions you may have
  • Discounts apply if you choose to enroll in a three month naturopathic support program

All of these upgrades are included in the original price of $347! Don’t hesitate! If you have been suffering with any issues related to either hormones or digestion, order your kit today and find some REAL answers for yourself. Much more information and online ordering can be found at:





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Angelica October 1, 2014 at 12:31 pm

It seems like you have done a lot of research on this. Thank you for sharing, Leisa. Keep writing.

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