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Why Use The GI EcologiX?

We've created a 20-minute overview of the GI EcologiX. If you are intrigued by the test, this is the first thing you should watch. And if you are already using the GI EcologiX in your clinical practice, this is a great resource to understand the background behind each section of the report.


Description


From day one, our aim was to produce a gut microbiome profile that represents the ultimate in science, clinical utility, and integrity. And we truly believe we have achieved this in the GI EcologiX.

We’ve created a 20-minute overview of the GI EcologiX. If you are intrigued by the test, this is the first thing you should watch. And if you are already using the GI EcologiX in your clinical practice, this is a great resource to understand the background behind each section of the report.

What we cover:

  • Host-microbiome medicine: a new paradigm in healthcare?
  • The GI EcologiX profile
    • science
    • integrity
    • clinical utility
      • what does the test consist of?
      • walk through the profile (dive straight in here at the 14-minute mark)
    • money-back guarantee
    • feedback

Resources


Speakers


  • Emily Blake

    Emily started her career as an archaeologist specialising in prehistoric human nutrition before training as a Nutritional Therapist to translate her enthusiasm for human nutrition into personalised, cutting-edge nutritional and lifestyle medicine. Emily has five years of clinical experience within the industry from running her own private practice, working within the supplement industry, and lecturing in Nutritional Therapy around the country.

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