There are different types of cancers, with specific biomarkers. Preventive screens for family history based cancers include:
Knowing your cholesterol level and lowering it are not necessarily enough to prevent heart disease. The heart health test includes 17 distinct heart disease risk factors, many of which are ignored by mainstream medicine.
Did you know that osteoporosis and osteopenia are most associated with nutrient deficiency? Bone density scans play an important role in understanding the health of your bones, but they are not enough to understand the most important aspects of your bone health. It is a good preventative practice to evaluate relevant hormones, nutrients and cofactors that can have an influence on bone health, osteoporosis and osteopenia.
Infectious diseases result from the presence of pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites. These infections are known as “communicable diseases” because they can be transmitted from one person to another. This panel can reveal your body’s overall response to infection and includes important markers such as:
Few topics have attracted as much attention in recent years as women’s health concerns. It is important to get the complete picture including heart health, inflammatory markers, metabolic, hormone and nutrient factors.
Most threats to men’s health are largely preventable. The list of top health concerns is surprisingly short — heart disease, cancer and erectile dysfunction.
Weight management is a complex health concern involving many factors from physical and biological to mental-emotional. Obesity is an epidemic, leaving many people at risk for age-related diseases like cancers, heart disease, diabetes and strokes. By addressing some of the metabolic imbalances associated with weight gain, while also addressing the nutritional, mental and emotional, men and women can finally achieve desired weight goals, maintain results AND significantly improve their health.