The Great Plains Laboratory | Microbial Organic Acid Test (MOAT)

Microbial Organic Acid Test (MOAT):   Note: Signature Required Upon Delivery     How it works Test kits & lab fees are pre-paid through Agape Nutrition, with no option to bill medical insurance at any time. Fill out paperwork in box or submit electronically, Stephen Smith M.D. is the referring...
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Microbial Organic Acid Test (MOAT):

 

Note: Signature Required Upon Delivery

 

 

How it works

  • Test kits & lab fees are pre-paid through Agape Nutrition, with no option to bill medical insurance at any time.
  • Fill out paperwork in box or submit electronically, Stephen Smith M.D. is the referring physician.
  • Perform test kit, mail with paperwork, using prepaid envelope.
  • Test kits are processed through The Great Plains Laboratory.
  • Results within 3-4 weeks after lab processing.
  • The doctor is notified of results through our portal and then emailed to you.
  • Schedule a phone consult with Dr. Stephen Smith or your own licensed healthcare physician.

Separate phone consult appointment with the doctor, Stephen Smith M.D., are available. Informational is included in your order.

Great Plains Microbial Organic Acid Test:
The Microbial Organic Acids Test (MOAT) is included in the Organic Acids Test (OAT)and primarily shows metabolites produced by yeast and bacteria. The additional indicators are also yeast and bacteria metabolites. At lower test values, they are related to yeast or bacterial dysbiosis. Higher test values can indicate a rare genetic condition.

 

The MOAT is ideal for follow-up to the OAT and may be recommended by practitioners looking for a specific abnormality, to monitor certain microbial balances, or to assess treatment efficacy. We strongly recommend the OAT as the initial screening test.

 

General Description:
The Microbial Organic Acids Test (MOAT) is included in the Organic Acids Test (OAT)and primarily shows metabolites produced by yeast and bacteria. The additional indicators are also yeast and bacteria metabolites. At lower test values, they are related to yeast or bacterial dysbiosis. Higher test values can indicate a rare genetic condition.

 

The MOAT is ideal for follow-up to the OAT and may be recommended by practitioners looking for a specific abnormality, to monitor certain microbial balances, or to assess treatment efficacy. We strongly recommend the OAT as the initial screening test.

 

This test reports 21 components (including Creatinine) such as markers for beneficial bacteria, harmful bacteria, Clostridia species, Candida species, other yeast and fungal metabolites, and general markers of dysbiosis.

 

Analyte List

 

Sample Test Report: Microbial Organic Acid Test (MOAT) Sample Report

 

NOTE: Due to The Great Plains Laboratory does not have a contract with the state of New York.

 New York residents are not allowed to perform or mail this test kit for processing within or from the state of New York. Furthermore, The Great Plains Laboratory will not process this test kit mailed from the State of New York.

*If you are interested in performing this test kit, you will need to:

  1. Perform / Collect the specimen outside of the state of New York.
  2. Mail for processing from an address outside of the state of New York.
  3. Receive your results to the same address outside of the state of New York.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

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