Intestinal Permeability Testing Course

This course looks at Intestinal Permeability testing and how it is useful to practice.
In this module we explore how this test can be useful in assessing the presence of leaky gut and whether there are issues with nutrient absorption.

Intestinal Permeability Testing: How can gut permeability affect patient health?

Increased intestinal permeability, otherwise known as leaky gut, has become a widespread problem throughout the western world. With more cases of food intolerances, skin issues and digestive problems being linked back to increased permeability of the small intestine gut lining.  It is vital that you as a practitioner are able to understand the best available tests for assessing and treating increased gut permeability.

In this course you will learn how Intestinal Permeability Testing works, how it is useful in understanding clinical presentation, and how to interpret results.

In completing this course you will be comfortable referring for Intestinal Permeability testing in the clinical setting. You will have a clear understanding of how results fit into the patient’s health picture and how to proceed with further treatment and testing.


Jasmine King

Jasmine is an experienced practitioner and pathology testing consultant with over a decade of experience in the health industry.  Jasmine has spent many years teaching health students and practitioners about the use of pathology testing in clinical practice.  Jasmine has given talks on pathology testing and integrative health at health and medical conferences around Australia.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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