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You get access to a wide range of tests, from cholesterol profiles to hormone levels and vitamin deficiencies. It's like having your own personal health detective, helping you uncover valuable insights about your well-being.
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They help you stay on top of chronic conditions, track your progress, and make informed decisions about your treatment options.
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Our online nutrition program is able to offer our clients who may not have updated blood results or who want to take full control of their health journey. We are able to understand their real health and metabolic needs and provide a customized, truly functional and root cause solution for their nutrition and weight loss!
The advanced lipid profile provides a more comprehensive assessment of dyslipidemia and cardiovascular risk than standard lipid panel measurements. It includes the genetically-determined Lp (a) or lipoprotein a. It also measures both HDL and LDL subclasses and will determine LDL Pattern type. It will also report particle number and all of the standard biomarkers included in the fasting lipid panel.
Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, Non-HDL Cholesterol.
Used to assess a person's risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Lipoprotein(a) is a specific type of cholesterol particle that is genetically determined and can contribute to the development of CVD.
Hemoglobin A1 C measures the amount of glucose bound to hemoglobin and indicates the amount of glucose levels over 2-3 months.
Insulin levels may be monitored in patients suspected of having low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) or high insulin levels (hyperinsulinemia), the latter being common in certain diseases, including insulin resistance syndrome and polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Not all lab tests are listed above. You may contact us for others such as hormone testing and functional medicine tests.
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