Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a variety of problems including hypertension, joint pain, muscle weakness and even heart disease and stroke. This test measures both the biologically active (D3) and supplemented (D2) forms.
Measures 4 of the most common toxic heavy metals, as well as levels of 7 essential nutritional elements that can also be hazardous in high quantities.
Used to evaluate the status of androgen (male) hormones. With men, the issue of concern is testosterone deficiency. In women the concern is excess testosterone production.
Measures the toxic heavy metals cadmium, lead, and mercury, as well as essential nutrients zinc, copper, selenium and magnesium. This test does NOT include: iodine, bromine, arsenic or creatinine. Blood spot only.
Tests the 3 major sex hormones estradiol (E2), progesterone and testosterone. Plus adrenal hormones DHEA-S and diurnal cortisol (4x), showing your full daily cortisol cycle.
Up to 10% of the population in the U.S. has iodine deficiency. Iodine is essential in healthy thyroid hormone production, brain function, breast tissue, fetal development and more.
Profile Assesses risks associated with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Tests in this profile include: Insulin, High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein, Total Cholesterol, HDL and LDL Cholesterol, Hemoglobin A1c, and Triglycerides. (Blood Spot Test)
IGF-1 is a reliable indicator of human growth hormone (HGH) level. A decrease in growth hormone is thought to be the primary factor in the aging process and can make a huge difference in your health.