Laboratory Testing

“There is overwhelming evidence that vitamin deficiencies are associated with the chronic disease process and the overall condition of ones health “inadequate intake or subtle deficiencies in several Vitamins are risk factors for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease cancer and osteoporosis.”

Journal of the American Medical Associations (AMA)
June 19, 2002 – Vol. 287. No 23

When your doctors run your labs they’re usually just scratching the surface. The following tests really dissect what’s going on within your body at a granular level.

These tests are life-changing!

I do three different tests. A nutritional test looks at where you are deficient in vitamins and minerals. A cardiovascular shows more than just your basic cholesterol and HDL or triglycerides. It identifies your risk factor or markers for heart disease.

The third test is a test to determine if you are pre-diabetic. Most people in this country are prediabetic.

This test will provide biomarkers for things like glucose, insulin and peptides. Another marker is Leptin that shows how hungry you are. These are all risks for diabetes. These tests are all very important and most doctors don’t run detailed tests like this.

The MRT test shows Food Sensitivities are very different than Food Allergies. With food allergies, you can never consume whatever you are allergic to. In many cases, it would be deadly. With food sensitivities, you can eat those foods but may experience symptoms like rashes, fatigue, headaches, IBS, weight loss, and weight gain to name a few. It’s basically making your body very inflammatory. Once we know what you are sensitive to, we create an elimination plan.

One final test is a GI Map. This will identify all bacterias and viruses. This test can also tell you if you are gluten sensitive and if you are resistant to any antibiotics. This test is important because we can be exposed to these pathogens through food or water contamination.

Schedule a call with me to determine where to begin.

* NOTE: ALL Lab tests require up to 3 weeks time-frame to be processed and results sent back. Our scheduling system accounts for the 3 week time-frame when scheduling the consultation for your test results review.

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Micronutrient Test
Cardiovascular Test
Telomere Testing
GI Map Stool Test
3×4 Genetic Testing