Cardiovascular Health

Blood Test

Take an even deeper look into your overall heart health; Profile and a series of advanced lipid and inflammatory diagnostics. Not only will you see all particle sizes and counts, but you’ll get a basic overview of other cardiovascular health indicators including fatty acids, inflammation, and more.

Why is this important?

Knowing total LDL only shows part of the picture. When it comes to cardiovascular risk, higher numbers of smaller, more dense particles increase your cardiovascular risk, compared to lower numbers of larger, less dense particles. Therefore, those with patterns of higher counts of smaller particles have a more concerning lipoprotein profile than those with less particles with greater size.

Blood Test

  1. Total Cholesterol
  2. HDL
  3. LDL
  4. Triglycerides
  5. Apo A1
  6. Apo B
  7. Lp(a)
  8. Free Fatty Acids
  9. Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  10. Lipid Particle Numbers
  11. Lipid Particle Sizes
  12. Hs-CRP
  13. Fibrinogen
  14. Homocysteine

Optimize Your Omega Ratios

Blood Test

Optimal levels of omega fatty acids have been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, dementia, and many other inflammatory diseases.

Measure your omegas fatty acid levels, identified the percentage of EPA, DHA, and arachidonic acid, and calculate ratios that can help determine the severity of any imbalance.

Omega 3 Fatty Acid

Higher levels of omega 3 – especially EPA and DHA – are reported to correlate with reduced risk for cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, and depression.

Arachidonic Acid

The ratio of arachidonic acid to omega 3s, can help determine the level of inflammation in the body

Blood Test

  1. Omega 3 Fatty Acid
  2. Omega 6 Fatty Acid
  3. EPA & DHA
  4. Arachidonic Acid

Perform Your Best - Thyroid

Blood Test

More than 80% of the population will have a thyroid condition at some point in their lifetime. Of those with thyroid disease, 60% are unaware that they have it. Thyroid imbalances are traditionally difficult to identify and diagnose.

Blood Test

The most common and officially recognized test to evaluate your thyroid is based on a measure called TSH, which is the standard in baseline thyroid testing, but it can’t always pick up when a person’s thyroid is malfunctioning.

  1. Total T4
  2. Total T3
  3. T3 uptake
  4. Free T4 index
  5. Free T3
  6. Reverse T3
  7. Free T4