The Organic Acids Test (OAT) gives us a metabolic snapshot of what’s going on in the body. It’s reports on the levels of 76 urinary markers that help us detect underlying causes of chronic health issues.

The OAT helps us evaluate:

  • Energy Production
  • Neurotransmitters
  • Nutritional Status
  • Antioxidant Deficiencies
  • Bacterial and Yeast Overgrowth
  • Fatty Acids Metabolism
  • Oxalate Levels

Running an OAT can be especially helpful for detecting yeast and candida overgrowth. Stool tests often fail to detect yeast, but the OAT can’t lie. Because it tests specific metabolites that aren’t made by the human body, when we see these metabolites elevate, we know they’re coming from the yeast or bacteria that produce them.

Correcting overgrowths can help reduce fatigue, increase alertness and energy, reduce hyperactivity and poor attention, improve sleep, normalize bowel function, and reduce abdominal discomfort.

See more about the Organic Acids Test here