Metabollic Assesment

Blood Chemistry Analysis
provides vital details on Blood Glucose, Oxygen Carrying capacity, Infection and Immune Status. The 52 test panel ensures that we have the basic information on organ function and gives us insights on subtle imbalances.
Comprehensive Digestion Analysis
evaluates the digestion and  absorption capability of Metabolism. Measures levels of Beneficial Bacteria and possible pathogenic yeasts and bacterias. A healthy GI tract is essential in overall health.
Neurotransmitter Testing
for Serotonin, Dopamine, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Gaba and other key neurotransmitters which control stress, mood,  focus, & sleep. Urine metabolite testing provides a Evidence-based measure for neurochemical function.
Adrenal Stress Index
measures stress by quantifying the “Fight or Flight” response throughout the day. Key hormones called Cortisol and DHEA must be balanced in order to normalize anxiety and ensure proper Day/Night Circadian rhythms.
DNA Autoimmune Food Testing
provides insights into food intolerance’s  which may be responsible for activating a destructive Autoimmune reaction.   Food intolerances occur when the immune becomes sensitized to key foods such as Wheat, Dairy, Soy, or Eggs and attacks that food as a dangerous “invader.”  Continued consumption of the food will continue to elicit the immune response, which may lead damage to the brain stem, the digestive tract, skeletal structures or key organs.

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