Wheat Zoomer + Gut Zoomer 3.0
Get a comprehensive look at what is going on in your gut to improve your digestion and beyond
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The Wheat Zoomer is the most accurate test for measuring reactivity to wheat and gluten, and also includes an intestinal permeability (“leaky gut”) panel. The Gut Zoomer 3.0 provides a comprehensive overview of all things gut, including how well you are digesting your food, if you have enough “good” bacteria, and whether or not “bad” bacteria are living in your gut.
You’re pretty sure wheat and gluten are contributing to your gut issues but you want to find out for sure. What you may not realize is how your digestion and gut bacteria can play a role in your symptoms. This test combination will tell you whether or not you need to avoid wheat/gluten. It will also indicate which probiotics you need to take, which pathogens need to be removed, and whether or not you need digestive support. This is a comprehensive package to restore gut health.
Symptoms and risk factors
- Lack of concentration/Brain fog
- Fatigue (sluggish, tired)
- Eczema or psoriasis
- Headache (not migraine)
- Joint pains
- Stiff joints
- Increased urinary frequency
- Gas (of any kind)
- Bloating sensation
Is this test right for me?
The Vibrant Wheat Zoomer + Gut Commensal panel is an easy way to learn if you are sensitive to wheat, if you have leaky gut, and what, exactly, is contributing to your leaky gut — but it wheat/gluten, bacterial overgrowth, pathogens and/or digestive insufficiency.
How accurate is this test?
The Wheat Zoomer offers specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides – including gluten and non-gluten components, along with antibodies that indicate the presence of intestinal permeability. It also detects autoimmune reactions to gluten.
Vibrant uses state-of-the-art technology to simultaneously detect microorganisms with unheard-of levels of accuracy. In fact, the Gut Zoomer is the most accurate microbiome test available to aid discerning healthcare providers in the assessment and treatment of a gastrointestinal disorder.
How should I prepare for this test?
To prepare for the Wheat Zoomer test, fasting is not required. However, if you are taking steroids, immunosuppressive medications, biologic agents, or other immunomodulating medications, you may not get an accurate result of your antibody levels. If you are taking any of these medications, you may get falsely lower or falsely higher antibody results. For this reason, to ensure the most accurate results, your ordering provider may recommend testing 14-30 days after discontinuing these medications, or they may recommend testing Total Immunoglobulins (Total IgE, Total IgM, Total IgA, and Total IgG) before testing specific antibody levels to foods. Consult with your ordering provider regarding whether to continue or discontinue any dietary supplements or medications before your test, or whether to test Total Immunoglobulins before your Wheat Zoomer test.