Southern Maryland Dietitian offers advanced nutrition testing to help you reach your health goals.
The following lab tests can be ordered at Southern Maryland Dietitian.
Discount programs are utilized and these are out of pocket costs.
Our team can also make recommendations for labs that your doctor can order utilizing your health insurance.
Through Ulta Lab Tests you have access to over 1000 lab tests & many health panels.
Significant discounts are available.
Through Precision Analytical we can test for sex hormone, cortisol, adrenal levels.
By partnering with Vibrant America, we have access to many specialized tests to help address chronic disease, auto-immune conditions, and nutrition status.
Vibrant America offers the Wheat Zoomer test as well as a Micronutrient test that measures nutrients inside your cells as well as in blood/serum circulation.
If you are eating healthy and exercising regularly and still are having a hard time losing 10-50 pounds, GxSlim may help - it is a genetic test that helps focus your diet and exercise.
Other tests from Genetic Direction can be used to better understand your genetic risks relate to nutrient levels, skin health, healthy aging, and sports abilities.
Is Food Making You Sick??
If you suspect food may be causing unexplained symptoms or you have inflammation that is not getting better with conventional treatment - food sensitivity testing and treatment may be an option.
Using this test requires a very specific diet therapy.
Results are not guaranteed but my patients usually see an 80% reduction in symptoms.
There are many food sensitivity tests on the market, and many are outdated or limited in their usefulness.
I only work with food sensitivity testing through Oxford Biomedical Technologies.
Southern Maryland Dietitian works closely with Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory to offer you the GI Microbial Assay Plus (GI-MAP).
The GI-MAP includes the first comprehensive pathogens assay that is FDA approved, the GPP assay by Luminex Corp.
The pathogen targets include bacteria, parasites and another first for the market, viruses!
What is the LEAP Protocol for Food Sensitivities? Learn more from Susan Linke in this great video.
Lisa Hugh, Registered Dietitian.
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