Every disease requires an assessment of the individual functioning of the immune system. This includes:
- Inflammation status
- Autoimmune status
- Immune system status
- Individual organ profiles
- Infection status, also latent, underlying, long-term infections with fungi, bacteria, viruses, parasites
- Environmental toxicity of the immune system (e.g., mercury displaces vital selenium from approx. 300 different, highly significant enzyme systems)
- Digestive status with microbiome analysis
- The intestinal microbiome is essential and as individual as a fingerprint.
The bacterial world (microbiome) inside every human being is highly individual, but not random. Every well-functioning microbiome fulfills vital functions, e.g., as a physical barrier against pathogens or as a source of energy gained from indigestible sugars and fats. The intestinal flora has a significant influence on health – for better or for worse.
Microbial analysis of a stool sample can be used to identify all the bacteria species and genera colonizing the small and large intestine. The question is: How healthy is your intestinal flora? Which intestinal toxins lead to latent, underlying, chronic inflammation? Are there hidden fungal infections or concealed parasitic infections? We figure that out.