Fructose Malabsorption Test

Our mission is to make you feel better by helping you to find out quickly and inexpensively the cause of your GI discomfort.

Have you been told that you have IBS, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or lactose intolerance but all the recommended dietary changes don’t make you feel better? Well the answer may be that you have been misdiagnosed. The symptoms of fructose malabsorption mimic all these diseases. Gut-Chek for fructose malabsorption is a simple way of determining whether your suffering can be eliminated through a different dietary approach. With this knowledge you can begin the road to recovery and take back your life.

Gut-Chek for fructose malabsorption is the same version of the hydrogen/methane breath test used at leading medical centers and ordered routinely by thousands of doctors. It is simple to use, non-invasive and accurate. We will measure each sample for hydrogen and methane gases as well as perform a quality control measure of the CO2 levels. You can order this home test today for just $139.00 with free shipping and a no questions asked full refund policy if you are not completely satisfied.

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Why use the hydrogen breath test to assess for fructose malabsorption?

Medical professionals agree that the hydrogen breath is the best option available to test for fructose malabsorption. Gut-Chek gives you easy, at home access to this leading technology.

  • Simple: Easy to obtain, easy to use and easy to understand.
  • Convenient: Testing is done in the convenience of your home on your schedule.
  • Inexpensive: Same test, same information but a fraction of the cost of testing at a medical center or your doctor’s office.
  • Fast Results: All tests are analyzed immediately upon arrival in our lab and the results sent by email to you that day.

 Why is testing for fructose malabsorption important?

The fact that people vary significantly in their ability to process fructose has only recently been understood. The issue has become more relevant in the last decade because of the changes to our diet. Whether you are consuming more fruit through fruit smoothies or eating more processed food the amount of fructose in the average diet has increased. Fructose malabsorption is commonly overlooked as a source of belly pain. Recent research seems to indicate that many IBS patients actually have fructose malabsorption and experience improvement of symptoms on a low fructose diet.

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