Ciara gets a ton of messages from women asking whether or not you really need to work with a practitioner when taking the DUTCH test, so she takes the opportunity this week to dive into all things DUTCH
test. She talks about her process for understanding the nuances of the test, why it’s such a game changer when it comes to a holistic view of health and really understanding what’s happening with your
body, and what types of things the DUTCH test can measure. She also breaks down the analysis behind understanding the DUTCH test results, and why it’s so important to work with someone to hold you
accountable rather than just getting the test and doing it on your own.
In this episode, you will learn more about:
- What the DUTCH test is – Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones, and what makes it unique.
- Why the DUTCH test is such a game changer in testing hormone and gut health, and treating symptoms from the root cause.
- Why it’s important to work with a practitioner when taking the DUTCH test, as Ciara explains that a deeper look is sometimes needed to understand why certain symptoms are occuring in congruence to the test results.
- After doing over 100 tests with clients, Ciara sees that every test is different, which is why it takes a skilled practitioner to review the test to best understand the information and next course of action.
- The second eye Ciara uses when reviewing her client’s DUTCH test results.
- In addition to understanding hormones, the DUTCH test also gives us a look at 24 hour cortisol patterns to see how the body responds to stress, the metabolic pathways, B12, glutathione and much more.
- What things may be better off tested from a urine test rather than a blood serum test.
- Many symptoms overlap from different conditions, and the DUTCH test helps delineate why certain things are happening and which protocols will have the best results.
- In addition to the symptomatology, we are really understanding why you are having the symptoms and where you need to adjust.
- Lack of information is not where people stumble, it’s about having support and accountability.
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