Here you can discover which tests are available to help you learn what your present condition is and what supplements you should be taking.
How can tests help you?
There are now many well established laboratory tests that can help you find out the cause of various health problems you may be experiencing. For example, are your hormones out of balance, do you have a high bone turnover or candida, or could you have an allergy that may be causing your problems? All these symptoms and conditions, and many more, can be detected scientifically by taking a simple and in most cases, non invasive test, appropriate to your condition.
Once you know what the problem is, only then, can you be sure that you are receiving the right treatment for your condition or at least know what it is that you need treatment for.
You can also discover what nutritional deficiencies you may have and which vitamins and minerals you need and should be taking.
Modern life is incredibly busy, and most of us have little time to consider our diets carefully. Even when we do eat well, our food is likely to be deficient in the vitamins and minerals we need to keep our bodies healthy and well-balanced. Your health also depends on how well you are able to absorb and digest the nutrients you eat. Problems such as lack of energy, insomnia, headaches, depression, moods wings, anxiety, and many more, can be traced directly to deficiencies of specific vitamins and minerals.
Have you ever gone into a healthfood shop and looked at the array of supplements on the shelves and wondered what you should be taking? By having a mineral analysis hair test or a personalised supplement nutritional analysis, you can now find out what deficiencies you have and have a supplement programme designed specifically for your needs.
All the tests outlined below are well established tests carried out by professional, scientific laboratories. (Except for the Questionnaire which is done in house.)
If you want to find out if you are getting enough Omega 3 fatty acids from your diet and whether you have the correct balance of essential fatty acids.
With all the news in the press about the benefits of having good levels of vitamin D e.g. prevention of cancer, especially breast cancer, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis it is important that you know whether or not you are lacking in this vital vitamin.
Find out if you have the bacteria that is connected with the cause of ulcers and heartburn.
Discover what vitamins and minerals you should be taking to optimise your fertility
Antiphospholipid antibodies (APAs) are the most common kind of abnormal immune system problem. Up to 15 per cent of women with a history of recurrent miscarriage have this syndrome – and a 90 per cent miscarriage rate, without treatment. And APAs can also prevent implantation, preventing pregnancy in the first place…
Natural killer cells are important. They make up 50 per cent of all white blood cells and are needed to control rapidly dividing cells like cancer. The theory is that some women produce too many natural killer cells which will aggressively attack any cells that grow and divide, offering protection against cancer but making pregnancy impossible.
It is recommended to re-test after three months to monitor your progress and adjust your supplement programme according to your new condition. If you wish to proceed with any of the above tests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.