Functional Health Tests

A variety of health tests that can help you find the root causes of symptoms and keep your health in check.
On top of the most common blood tests, such as Thyroid Panel, Fatigue Profile and Liver Profile, we also offer a range of Functional Health tests.

OAT (organic Acid Test)

This is a urine test useful for confirming possible imbalances that can contribute to chronic illnesses, neural disorders and allergies. Through measuring metabolic byproducts, this great all-round test evaluates intestinal yeast and bacteria, vitamin and hormone metabolism, energy cycle function, intestinal wall integrity, nutritional deficiencies and fatty acid metabolism. The results can then be used to guide appropriate and helpful nutritional and supplemental changes, to improve a number of health conditions. This test requires one urine sample to be collected first thing in the morning, before eating or drinking


This dried urine test measures sex and adrenal hormones, their metabolites, cortisol and organic acids. It is useful for those who suspect hormonal imbalances, or who simply want to monitor their hormonal health.

This test requires four or five dried urine samples to be collected over two days. The test is appropriate for both men and women, and measures progesterone, oestrogens, androgens, creatinine, cortisol, cortisone, nutritional organic acids and neurotransmitters.


This test analyses a wide range of macronutrients and micronutrients, as well as markers that show digestive function, toxic exposure, mitochondrial function and oxidative stress. Identifying specific nutritional needs in individuals makes the Metabolomix+ Test a valuable tool to help people overcome chronic conditions and optimise their health.

MycoTOX Profile

This MycoTOX Profile uses a simple urine sample to screen for 11 different mycotoxins from 40 different species of mould, to identify toxin exposure in clients and form useful interventions.

Mycotoxins are metabolites produced from mould, and are one of the most prevalent toxins in the environment. Fungi, such as mould, can be found in buildings, vehicles and food, and unfortunately are resistant to heat as well as many other processing procedures. The mycotoxins released by fungi can contribute to many chronic diseases and symptoms, such as food allergies, liver disease, infertility and seizures. Common symptoms such as nausea, diarrhoea, irritability and fatigue can also be caused by mycotoxin exposure. This test requires one urine sample collected first thing in the morning.

GI PRO Ultimate

The GI PRO Ultimate test uses a combination of qPCR testing and 16s rRNA sequencing to give comprehensive and extensive insight into gut health, via a non-invasive stool sample. The test measures key markers including calprotectin, zonulin and secretory IgA, leaky gut, pathogenic bacteria, worms and absorption markers, to give a full assessment of the microbiome.


Test for SIBO using a simple, at-home hydrogen methane breath test. Our SIBO Breath Test uses specialist gas chromatography to assess the presence of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Designed to measure the levels of hydrogen and methane, this simple and reliable test is the gold-standard for assessing the presence of SIBO in those who may present with chronic symptoms of IBS. It can also be very useful in people with rosacea, food sensitivities, fatigue and brain fog.

Food sensitivity

Find out if food is contributing to your symptoms using a simple finger-prick test. The Food sensitivity IgG test is useful if you are suffering from consistent, multiple or severe reactions to food. It uses FoodPrint, an immunoassay microarray technology, to identify food-specific IgG antibodies to a variety of foods. This gives you accurate information that can be used to adjust your diet and improve a number of health conditions