How is Our Blood Analysis Different?
Your blood really does tell the story of your life. Blood can tell you more about you than any other single standard medical test. Your blood relates to every organ system in your body. It truly is the "Blood of Life." Government regulations require labs to have no more than 2% of test results outside the normal range. The BEST blood tests are those where the results are not only "good & bad" but levels of function and optimal ranges.
Everyone is familiar with going to your doctor and getting your blood tested. But what if your doctor, everyone's doctor, has been missing things that show up on your blood tests? Did you doctor say that you were fine, even though you suffer from:
- Wide Spread Pain
- Digestive Problems
- Abdominal Pain
- Hair Loss
- Weight Gain
- Brain Fog
- Or simply just feeling bad?
Our functional health blood testing analysis can pin point the cause of these symptoms in a way that you will understand and be able to make changes to. The comprehensive report tells you exactly which of your blood tests were not in an optimum range, what exactly this means to your health, and exactly what you can do about it.
When you have your blood tested your results are then given to your doctor to interpret for you. The normal ranges that your doctor uses are based on mathematical formulas and not necessarily what is best for your health as an individual. As a result of this practice, many people's health problems go undetected and undiagnosed.
Health is not a black or white type of thing. Usually people lose their health over a long period of time, not suddenly (accidents excluded). But laboratories analyze your blood with a "Yes, Your Healthy" or "No, Your Not Healthy" type of approach. Our blood testing analysis approaches your health as a scale that is Optimum health in the middle. Your health is gradually lost as you go away from the middle to the side of the scale. If you take action when you are slightly to the outside of Optimum health then it is easier to become healthy again.
But your doctor and labs say you are in the "normal range" until your test falls in the outer 2% of all tests on the extreme outer edge of the results scale. If you wait this long it is much more difficult to restore your health but you usually suffer from years of more minor, correctable health problems along the way.