SIgA measured in stool tests
This is a measure of mucosal immunity . If your SIgA (secretory IgA) level is too low, you will find it very difficult to fight off pathogens like yeasts and bacteria. You then need to work to raise your levels first.
If your SIgA is high it usually suggests inflammation, infection or a sensitivity to something (eg. a food intolerance). SIgA is measured in the stool tests. Do BTS SIgA Stool test if you suspect a gut problem, or Genova’ SIgA Saliva Test if problems are more systemic.
For SIBO, use the Breathtrackers SIBO Breath Test.
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