Common Patterns Seen on the OAT


Steven Imgrund, CNS, LDN


This presentation will help build confidence in practitioners’ ability to interpret the OAT and connect the dots between what’s reported in the test, and how this information relates to the clinical history and symptoms of your patients. In this webinar, Steve Imgrund will discuss common patterns seen in the OAT, as well nuances that influence the correct interpretation of these patterns.

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  • Understand the origins and utility of organic acids, and the big-picture takeaways from the OAT

  • Identify common patterns related to yeast activity, neurotransmitter imbalances and toxic exposures

  • Explore nuances to these common patterns

  • Identify patterns and/or findings on the OAT where additional testing could be considered

The material contained within this presentation is not intended to replace the services and/or medical advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner, nor is it meant to encourage diagnosis and treatment of disease. It is for educational purposes only. Any application of suggestions set forth in the following portions of this article is at the reader’s discretion and sole risk. Implementation or experimentation with any supplements, herbs, dietary changes, medications, and/or lifestyle changes, etc., is done so at your sole risk and responsibility. Views expressed are those of the presenter and not necessarily those of Mosaic Diagnostics.

About the Author

Steven Imgrund, CNS, LDN

Steve Imgrund is a Licensed Dietician Nutritionist (LDN) and a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS®), having earned a Master’s degree in human nutrition. His professional background includes diverse roles, with a private practice, specializing in metabolic and GI conditions, along with experience in product development and marketing in the supplement industry. In his role at Mosaic Diagnostics, Steve enjoys collaborating with fellow practitioners to decipher and provide context for their patients’ integrative testing.