the great plains laboratory, inc. | operating worldwide
The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. is a world leader in providing testing for metabolic, genetic, mitochondrial, and environmental factors in chronic illnesses. We offer a variety of state-of-the-art metabolic and genetic tests such as the Organic Acids Test, GPL-TOX (Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Profile), IgG Food Allergies Test, and our newest test the GPL-Mycotox Profile. Our ultimate goal is to help you provide your patients with the most personalized medicine possible and improve their quality of life. To find a specialist or to obtain a physician referral, contact our customer service department at 913-341-8949 or click here.
Free 30 minute phone consultations are available to assist in the interpretation of your test results.
The Organic Acids Test (OAT) has over 70 markers linked to various biochemical pathways, as well as toxic compounds linked to candida, bacteria, etc. There is often a lot of attention given to the most commonly seen markers on the OAT such as arabinose from candida and high oxalates. This lecture will focus on some of the other ‘lesser known’ markers such as mandelic, kynurenic and those in the amino acids metabolites sections and others.
Digestive problems are a significant issue for many individuals with autism. This presentation will discuss the different digestive system imbalances that are known to exist in autism, what problems they can cause and various ways of addressing them.
Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is a chronic digestive disorder affecting millions of individuals worldwide. The problem is conventional treatments don’t often lead elimination of this problem. This presentation will explore why just using antibiotics is not the best answer and how SIBO needs to be treated comprehensively.
Probiotic supplements can be extremely beneficial for overall health, but there are so many it can be confusing to know which one(s) to use. This presentation will discuss various probiotics, their uses and why some people seem to be sensitive to them.
Methylation is integral to our health; however, it can be a complicated process to learn biochemically. This presentation will break down methylation into its various parts and help the listener understand a general overview of this important biochemical system.