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Lab workups


At Mulberry Leaf, we practice Holistic Medicine. It means that we provide well-rounded care to target chronic conditions from different angles. Confirming what ails you with lab results can cut your course of treatment in half and allow us to provide more accurate treatment plan for you. It is not always necessary but a good resource that is offered in our wellness center for your convenience.

  • Female Hormone Panel

The Cycling Female Hormone Panel is a non-invasive test consisting of eleven saliva samples collected at specified times throughout the menstrual cycle. The expanded panel includes fourteen additional hormone measurements.

  • Post- and Perimenopause Hormone Panels

The Post- and Perimenopause Panel provides measurements of six key hormones. The expanded versions add two more hormones to each panel.

  • Male Hormone Panel

The Male Hormone Panel uses non-invasive testing to assess hormone imbalances and deficiencies in the androgen (male) hormone pathway. Using a saliva sample, seven hormones are measured. The expanded panel includes two additional hormones.

  • Adrenal Stress Index Panel

The Adrenal Stress Index is a simple non-invasive test panel utilizing five saliva samples collected at specified times during the day.

  • Bone Health Panel

The Bone Health Panel provides an assessment of bone health utilizing a combination of non-invasive saliva and urine tests. It measures how fast bone is being lost and the hormone levels associated with maintaining bone density.

  • Extensive Food Allergy Panels (IgE, IgG, IgA Antibody assessment)

Foods and Aeroallergens are grouped by type, e.g. dairy, nuts/grains, molds, pollens, etc, in a 7-Zone Color Bar Graph

  • Candida Stool Testing

The Regular and Expanded Gastrointestinal Panels include comprehensive testing of three stool samples to ensure the most accurate results. We screen for dysbiosis, GI pathogens, inflammatory markers, mucosal immunity, occult blood, and        GI functional markers:

  • Culture for yeast

  • Microscopic ova and parasite study

  • Bacterial stool culture to identify pathogenic, opportunistic, and commensal organisms

  • Antigen and toxin assays for Shiga toxin, Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, Giardia, and Cryptosporidium

  • Inflammatory biomarker levels – lysozyme, alpha 1-antichymotrypsin, and total intestinal sIgA – to detect significant irritation in the small or large intestine

  • Chymotrypsin measurement to aid in assessment of pancreatic function

  • Occult blood and fecal pH testing to further assess GI health and function

  • Celiac Antibody Panel

Celiac disease, also known as gluten-sensitive enteropathy, or idiopathic sprue, is a hereditary response to gliadin, a protein of the larger gluten fraction in wheat. Similar protein fractions are found in rye, barley and triticale.

  • Comprehensive Urinary Metabolic Profile

Urinary Metabolic Profile provides quantitative measurement of 36 metabolically derived organic acids from cellular energy production and detoxification, neurotransmitter degradation, and intestinal microbial activity.

  • Environmental Pollutants Profile

Volatile solvents are used commercially in the manufacture of plastics, paints, varnishes, resins, synthetic fibers, rubbers, lubricants, dyes and industrial cleaning agents. They are a natural part of gasoline, airplane fuel and cigarette smoke. Parabens are a widely used family of preservatives found in many personal care, pharmaceutical and industrial products. Phthalates are used in the manufacture of plastics to allow for flexibility. They are widely used in personal care products and food packaging. Environmental Pollutants Profile provides quantitative measurement of 14 select metabolites of volatile solvents, phthalate, and parabens. 

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