Immune System Analysis

When your defenses fail

Every disease requires an assessment of the individual functioning of the immune system. This includes:

  1. Inflammation status
  2. Autoimmune status
  3. Immune system status
  4. Individual organ profiles
  5. Infection status, also latent, underlying, long-term infections with fungi, bacteria, viruses, parasites
  6. Environmental toxicity of the immune system (e.g., mercury displaces vital selenium from approx. 300 different, highly significant enzyme systems)
  7. Digestive status with microbiome analysis
  8. 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.