Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA) for testing Colon Health

Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis — CDSA Test — is considered by some health care practitioners as a cornerstone for ascertaining digestive function (dysfunction) and colon health.

Ideally when our digestive systems are in perfect function, all the good nutrition in the food you eat is optimally converted and used by the body for energy and metabolic function. Digestive/Gastrointestinal health includes the presence of a thriving colony of friendly bacteria including acidophilus and bifidus bacteria.

For anyone with suspected digestive disorders, including but not limited to, possible Candida Albicans yeast infections, a Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis and Candisphere blood test may be useful investigative health tools. The Candisphere test does not merely test for Candida, it measures and reports those factors that can be wrong with ones digestive system, that are allowing the Candida overgrowth.

Hence, the two tests may be used together to confirm the findings of each.

Anomalous factors can be found and corrected. Candida is hard to locate in stool samples, and even if present, may not show up directly. Tests look for the hidden evidence that Candida leaves — so that even if it is not found directly — it's trail will be!

The Candisphere is a blood test that shows the toxic waste that the Candida is releasing into the bloodstream. The toxic wastes detected can only be released by large amounts of harmful Candida and not by small amounts of normal Candida. These tests help to determine what stage of Candida overgrowth a person is in.

This test has been determined to be 90% accurate for Candida by the FDA. When combined with the CDSA test it gives you the most accurate view of the level of Candida and the cause of it. CDSA can also reveal what needs to be done to eliminate the cause of Candida in the digestive tract; as well as addressing evidence of nutritional deficiencies and parasitic involvement.

"Parasites" can also be discovered by such testing... Their presence can be the underlying cause of much gastrointestinal dysfunction. The Institute for Parasitic Diseases (IPD) test specifically finds parasites in the stool. Commonly ova/parasites, Giardia antigen, Cryptosporidium antigen, Entamoeba histolytica antigen. Consult your personal physician for further information.

You may also be interested in the benefits of using Colon Hydrotherapy and how to contact a Colon Hydrotherapist in your area.

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