In this interview with Laura Sterling, Dr David Quig covers the various methodologies used in the GI360, a basic interpretation of the test report and ideal treatment strategies based on the test results.

What you’ll learn in this podcast:

  1. The difference between PCR and Culture
  2. The different types of dysbiosis
  3. How to interpret the various sections of the report
  4. The impacts of Beta-Glucuronidase
  5. Which treatment strategies to utilise to balance the microbiome


Dr David Quig, PhD, Vice President of Scientific Support at Doctors Data Inc.

Dr David Quig received his Masters degree in Human Nutrition from Virginia Tech and his PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of Illinois. Dr Quig gives presentations at International and national biomedical conferences and has served as a reviewer for prominent biomedical journals. Dr Quig is currently Vice President, Scientific Support for Doctor’s Data, Inc. where he conducts studies and advises medical practitioners about the interpretation of test reports and treatment options for their patients.