Stress, Mood, Metabolism
If you're dealing with low mood or libido, slow metabolism or just feel you've lost your mojo it's absolutely vital to look at your hormones. The Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism test gives you the full picture to identify any imbalances directly affecting overall metabolic function. If you've struggled to lose weight and keep it off, this test takes all key hormones into account: thyroid function, adrenal output, blood sugar and vitamin D status.
OAT -Candida, Metabolic, Vitamin
Do you have digestive upset, bloating, gas, acid reflux, mood irregularities and weak immunity? The simple at-home Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test will assess how well your digestive system is functioning, along with your energy and mood metabolites using a urine sample.
As we age, it's common for hormone levels to fluctuate. While estrogen is thought of as the primary female hormone, it also has a very important relationship with progesterone. If you have been experiencing health concerns such as irregular mood, low libido or changes in your menstrual cycle, it's important to take a deeper look at your estrogen and progesterone levels and their ratios to each other. Additionally, measuring your cortisol will give you an in depth look at how stress may be impacting your hormone levels and your overall health.
Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones and teeth, and also helps keep your muscles, nerves, and immune system working properly. Unfortunately, Vitamin D deficiencies are very common. Adults are a high risk when they have limited sun exposure, insufficient intake from dietary sources, or impaired intestinal absorption. If you suffer from poor health due to low levels of Vitamin D, this test will identify potential deficiencies, so you can increase your intake and work toward strengthening your body's immunity, nervous system, and bone health.
Your thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland that sits just below your larynx and produces the vital hormones triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). Every cell in the body depends on these thyroid hormones for metabolism regulation. If these hormones drop too low, the pituitary gland will produce additional Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) to stimulate hormone production. If you have concerns about your energy level, metabolism or overall wellbeing, it is critical to evaluate the balance of these intricately connected hormones with this comprehensive thyroid panel test.
Even with a healthy diet, it's possible for your body to exhibit what's called an IgG reaction to certain foods. Unlike typical food allergies, looking at IgG reactions can single out the foods that are causing hidden immune reactions 24-72 hours after you eat. If you suspect that certain health concerns may be related to food, this at-home lab will test sensitivity levels (mild, moderate or severe) to 190 common foods. By taking this test, you will be provided with comprehensive insight on which foods to avoid in order to keep your body functioning at its best.
Testosterone plays a key role in men's health and is responsible for everything from muscle size/strength to sex drive and bone health. As men age, it's common for testosterone levels to drop, leading to a decrease in ambition, libido, energy and overall vitality. While testosterone is a critical component, it may not provide the full picture of men's hormonal health. In order to go deeper, this comprehensive test also looks at the precursor hormone DHEA, plus cortisol to understand how the balance of these related hormones may be affecting your health.
Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced in your adrenal glands. It can affect your body in a number of ways, including how your body responds to stress. When balanced, your cortisol levels will fluctuate throughout the day, starting higher in the morning, and getting lower in the evening. If your cortisol levels are too low in the morning or too high in the evening, it can have a negative impact on everything from your energy levels to your immune health. Looking at your cortisol levels at just one point during the day will not provide the full picture, which is why we've created a simple but comprehensive test that looks at your levels throughout the day.
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis
If you feel stressed, tired, anxious or overwhelmed it could be a sign your nervous system is strained. Minerals include electrolytes, which provide the energy you need to get through the day, as well as buffer the effects of stress. The Mineral & Metals Test takes a comprehensive look at adrenal function; the body's stress support system, as well as toxic metal exposure. If mineral reserves are low, electrolytes imbalanced or if you've been exposed to high levels of toxic metals you won't be able to deal with stress effectively and may experience a range of health challenges.
Are you under high stress, experience digestive issues or unexplained body pain, brain fog, low energy or headaches? If you're doing your best to live a healthy lifestyle but continue to feel unwell, an imbalanced gut microbiome could be to blame. While trillions of microorganisms are found in our gut, it's possible for them to fall out of their homeostatic limits. What's more, we can acquire microorganisms that shouldn't be present in our body. This simple lab takes a comprehensive look at key gut bacteria and parasite markers to identify any possible underlying imbalances.
Please be sure to collect and return your sample within 14 days of receipt of your lab test. All lab tests expire within 6 months of purchase
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Once you receive your at-home lab test, please follow the instructions provided to register your test. Once sample(s) are sent to one of our CLIA certified labs, it will take approximately 3 weeks for your results to be returned, during which time you will receive information on how to schedule your one-one-one health coaching call.