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[Podcast] Validated Lab Test for Gut Dysbiosis



Genetic Analysis AS

March 23, 2023

2 minutes read

Genetic Analysis has developed the GA-map® Dysbiosis Test, which is the only research validated dysbiosis test available in the market. Recently, Genetic Analysis discussed the creation, methodology, validation process, and efficacy of this test in distinguishing healthy individuals from other cohorts together with Dr. Ruscio.

You can listen to the podcast on your preferred streaming service or download it below.

The GA-map Test - More Accurate Diagnosis of dysbiosis

Dysbiosis is an imbalance of microbial populations in the gut, which can lead to various health issues, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Accurately diagnosing dysbiosis is a challenging task, and traditional stool tests may not provide a clear picture. However, the GA-map® Dysbiosis Tndex provides clear guidelines and thresholds for determining whether an individual has dysbiosis.

The GA-map® Dysbiosis Test is validated, providing a more accurate diagnosis of dysbiosis. This test assists in providing a clearer picture of dysbiosis for more accurate diagnoses and treatment plans. It distinguishes healthy individuals from other groups, and, when used appropriately, can be a valuable tool in identifying dysbiosis.

It is important to note that while the GA-map® Dysbiosis Test can identify dysbiosis, it does not provide a one-size-fits-all solution for treatment. The test can provide a better understanding of dysbiosis, leading to more effective diagnoses and treatments.

For individuals who struggle with interpreting confusing and potentially inaccurate stool test results, the GA-map® Dysbiosis Test can provide a reliable and effective solution. By providing a more accurate diagnosis of dysbiosis, individuals can take appropriate steps towards better gut health.


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