On the Path to Optimal Health
The Women’s Health Profile can help assess those risk factors associated with genetics, biochemical imbalances, and environmental influences for women of all ages.
A Profile for Female Patients Concerned About:
- Breast Cancer
- Maintaining Youth
- Reproductive Health
- Cardiovascular Health
- Mental and Neurological Health
- General Health and Nutrition
A Combination of Tests for Women
- Metabolic Syndrome: Tests markers related to central obesity, raised blood pressure, dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, and ADMA.
- ADMA (asymmetric dimethylarginine): Regulates rates of nitric oxide (NO) formation. Nitric oxide acts as a signal molecule in the nervous system, as a weapon against infections, as a regulator of blood pressure, and as a gate keeper of blood flow to the organs.
- Serum Lipid Peroxides: A cardiovascular marker that monitors the tissue damaging effects of oxidative stress.
- Organix: Establish a nutritional and metabolic basis for supplementation.
- Estronex: Measures estrogen metabolites and the ratios of “good” and “bad” estrogens. Modifying these ratios may reduce the risk of estrogen-sensitive cancers, including breast cancer.
- Fatty Acids: Measures omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and calculates key indicators, such as AA/EPA ratio, to establish your optimal balance.
The Path to Optimal Health, Ideal Living, and Maintaining Youth
Endocrine and Insulin Sensitivity
Cell Regulation: Nitric Oxide Regulation and Eicosanoid Balance
Cell Protection: Cell Membrane Oxidation and Elemental Cofactor Status
Metabolic and Nutrient Markers: B Vitamin Insufficiency, Cellular Energy, Neural Function, and Detoxification