This easy to use kit checks markers like zonulin and lipopolysaccharide that point towards leaky gut. An at-home collection to objectively measure levels of intestinal permeability.
Please get in touch with Cynthia, our dedicated WellnessPlus Concierge, at Vibrant Wellness if you have any questions about this test. Cynthia can help answer your questions about testing including availability and locations before you place your order. Call 720-440-2961 or email [email protected].
The Intestinal Permeability panel available through Vibrant Wellness measures Zonulin levels and blood antibodies to three important biomarkers: Zonulin; Actin; LPS (lipopolysaccharide).
Intestinal Permeability (i.e. “Leaky Gut”) is a condition where the integrity of the intestinal cell barrier is compromised/broken down. Normally, our intestinal cell network forms a very important barrier between our digestive tract (outside environment) and our bloodstream (inside environment). With Intestinal Permeability, the barrier is broken down and intestinal contents can enter the bloodstream.
Dr. Jess created a very special opportunity on her subscription platform where, as a member, you gain access to affordable and convenient lab testing when you need it, no questions asked. No interest financing over 2 months is available on purchases of $400 or more through After Pay during checkout.
Full testing is available in all 50 states.
Only saliva and urine testing are available in Denmark and Spain.
Testing isn’t available in Brazil, Croatia, Russia, Malaysia, Mexico, Sri Lanka, Serbia, Panama, and Peru.
Your results will also explain what these levels may indicate, as well as the next steps you may want to consider. The results of this test do not diagnose a disease or condition, nor do they recommend a specific medication or treatment. It is recommended you share positive results with your health care provider to discuss if additional screening is needed, as it is possible for a false positive test for Lyme disease to occur due to other bacterial infections mistakenly being reported as a positive Lyme antibody test. Also, if your symptoms persist but you tested negative for Lyme disease, you may have tested too soon after you were bitten for your body to have produced enough antibodies to be detectable. Your healthcare provider may recommend testing again if you are symptomatic.
Sample Type: Finger prick
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