Your doctor says your lab results are normal and you’re completely healthy, but why do you feel lousy? Why are you suffering with low energy, mood swings, poor sleep, low libido, or other symptoms?
Did you know that Advanced Functional Lab Tests reveal far more about your health than the standard tests used by your doctor? Click here to learn about our advanced tests and how they reveal underlying imbalances and blockages.
One of several functional tests derived from declassified Russian military, space, and sports science research, bioresonance involves measuring and analyzing the energy spectrums of biological organisms. Every person – indeed, every biological entity – is a circuit through which electromagnetic waves perpetually flow. Non-invasive, state-of-the art equipment can measure one’s frequency spectrum and detect imbalances, such as the presence of pathogens or other energetic blockages.
I use bioresonance not only for diagnosis, but also therapeutically. In conjunction with several other advanced energy devices, I balance the energy spectrums of your organs and organ systems by modulated cellular interference. These precise, yet subtle vibrational adjustments promote homeostasis and therefore have many downstream positive effects regarding physical, mental, and emotional wellness.
Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers used by the nervous system to relay information from one nerve to another. Like all biochemical compounds, neurotransmitters can become depleted or otherwise imbalanced, resulting in impaired cognition, depression, chronic fatigue, and more. The Neurotransmitter Profile is a one-of-a-kind test that provides invaluable information regarding 14 key neurotransmitters and metabolites. This data enables me to construct a targeted protocol to rebalance your neurotransmitters, which can dramatically improve your quality of life.
Heavy metal exposure goes unnoticed, but is an unfortunate reality of modern life. Steadily, over the course of years or decades, toxic metals accumulate within the body, thereby contributing to an array of adverse symptoms, including chronic fatigue, digestive distress, infertility, mental fogginess, and more. This at-home blood test provides key insights regarding mercury, lead, cadmium, and more. By assessing your toxic load, with respect to heavy metals, I can make diet and nutrition recommendations that reflect your unique needs.
The average adult gains ¾ of a kilo of fat each year. As we age, being overweight burdens our internal organs, thereby contributing to a wide variety of chronic health conditions. This at-home blood and saliva test provides insights by measuring key biomarkers associated with weight management, including testosterone, cortisol, Vitamin-D, insulin, and more. With this test, I can better help you reach and maintain your weight goals via a quantitative understanding of your weight-related biomarkers and specific nutritional recommendations that target these biomarkers.
Human fertility is a complex process, affected by a wide array of factors. Age, environmental toxins, nutrition, genetics, and more can all impact a woman’s ability to become pregnant. This at-home blood and saliva test measures a variety of key biomarkers relative to fertility, including estradiol, progesterone, FSH, cortisol, and DHEA. The Fertility Test provides me with important insights regarding a woman’s hormones, thyroid function, and stress responses, with which I construct a person-specific health and nutrition plan.
When our adrenal glands are functioning properly, they produce adequate amounts of stress hormones. These hormones, including cortisol and DHEA, enable us to not only cope with stress, but to thrive in stressful situations, which we inevitably encounter daily. This at-home saliva test provides key insights about your stress response and adrenal health by measuring hormone fluctuations. Results enable me to accurately assess your stress adaptation and provide pertinent nutrition and dietary advice.
Menopause is characterized by 12 months without ovulation or menstrual cycles, however the symptoms of menopause begin before menstruation stops and canc continue for years after. The hormonal changes involved with menopause can affect heart health, bone health, brain heath, body weight, and more. This at-home saliva test measures levels of the key hormones related to menopause, including estradiol, progesterone, DHEA, and cortisol. Results enable me to design a customized nutrition program for any pre-menopausal or menopausal woman.
Melatonin and cortisol are two hormones that play a hugely significant role in your quality of sleep. By understanding these biomarkers and how they fluctuate throughout the day, we can gain key insights regarding your sleep. This at-home dry urine test tracks hormone fluctuations my taking measurements at specific times during the day. that regulate the sleep-wake cycle. There are a wide variety of nutrition products and dietary recommendations that can dramatically improve your quality of sleep, but before prescribing them, this test extremely relevant.
The thyroid is an endocrine gland that affects virtually every organ in the body. Significantly, the thyroid secretes T3 and T4, hormones that regulate metabolism and thereby govern the efficiency with which we burn calories. Thyroid imbalance are perhaps the most common imbalance that most people don’t think about and/or aren’t aware of. This at-home blood test provides insights about thyroid function by measuring key hormone levels. Results enable me to prescribe dietary and nutrition recommendations designed to address your specific thyroid issues.
Are you among the more than 40% of adults who have sub-optimal vitamin-D levels? Are you aware of the numerous chronic health issues associated with low vitamin-D, including heart disease, diabetes, metabolic disease, and more? Vitamin-D also plays a strong role in immune health, partially because of its role in calcium absorption. This at-home blood test will provide health insights by measuring your level of vitamin D. Most people require some degree of vitamin-D supplementation and this tests enables me to accurately assess your optimal dosage.
Testosterone is the predominant “male” hormone, but both men and women require testosterone at certain levels. For men, testosterone levels are largely predictive of libido, fertility, and general sexual health. And after 40, men begin losing about 1.5% of testosterone production each year. In women, testosterone is made in the ovaries and adrenal glands. Too-low levels can affect both organs and also contribute to accelerated aging. This at-home blood test measures testosterone and SHBG (sex hormone-binding globulin), which enables me to optimize your levels, based on your age and sex, via targeted nutritional support.
Vitamin deficiencies contribute to a range of health issues, including fatigue, mood changes, digestive problems, and more. The Urinary Metabolic Profile measures 36 organic acids to create a unique biochemical profile, which quantifiably demonstrates how well your body obtains and utilizes nutrients. Upon obtaining this critical date, I can better construct and optimised diet and lifestyle plan that targets your unique nutritional needs.
Most people are exposed to environmental toxins from a wide variety of sources, which gradually accumulate within the body during the course of many years. Unless evidence-based detoxification protocols are enacted, these toxins can contribute to disease and distress. The Environmental Pollutants Profile provides quantitative measurement of 14 important metabolites, which measure an individual’s toxic burden while providing key insights used for personalised detoxification intervention.
This unique, comprehensive hormone test measures levels and patterns of critical hormones and hormone metabolites. Many related tests don’t encompass metabolites, despite the fact that they reveal such important such important information regarding hormone production and breakdown. Dutch Plus also measures Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR), which provides important insights into the functioning of the HPA (hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal) axis.
The Functional Proteomics panel assesses the state of one’s proteome, which refers to the set of proteins that comprise the cells and tissues. Subtle changes in these proteins foreshadow structural physiological changes leading to an array of chronic conditions. This panel enables the practitioner to understand the trajectory of the proteome and intervene, when necessary, with proactive, preventative strategies.
Our COVID-19 Antibody Test can serve as a valuable tool in the fight against the disease by identifying individuals with recent or prior exposure to the virus. The test is performed on a highly sensitive chemiluminescent platform that accurately detects IgM and IgG antibodies to the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the virus known to cause COVID-19. High levels of IgM antibodies tend to indicate recent exposure, and may help to confirm COVID-19 in patients showing symptoms. High levels of IgG antibodies indicate a longer-term exposure and is considered by many to be an indicator of immunity. This is valuable information for individuals with high exposure risk to the virus, including workers in healthcare, service industries, and others who want to better understand their risk of becoming ill with COVID-19. Additionally, the COVID-19 Antibody Test can be used to confirm a RT-PCR COVID-19 test result, particularly when a false-negative result is suspected due to inadequate sample collection.
As we navigate the spread of COVID-19, we remain committed to serving our healthcare providers in the most impactful way we can. We are pleased to offer a COVID-19 diagnostic test for in-clinic use. Our test is performed with RT-PCR technology, the current preferred testing method of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). By identifying the RNA of the virus, our test specifically detects SARS-CoV-2 virus in patients’ cells. In addition to identifying COVID-19 in a patient that is presenting symptoms, our test can be a helpful tool to track the progression of the disease and confirm when a patient is virus-free.