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Essentials Health Analysis

The Essentials Health Analysis serves as the initial guideline for your Genetix team to get a general overview of your metabolic health. Your medical team will work together with you to evaluate and understand your blood lab results to identify anomalies and help paint the overall picture of your internal well-being. This allows our team of experts to create an individualized pathway for healthy living and disease prevention in future years. Simply stated, this is an intricate part of the playbook from which we create your customized program.

Important Markers

Considered one of the best indicators for pre-diabetes, HbA1c measures your average blood glucose levels over the last few months, instead of the last few days.

Apolipoprotein B is the protein in bad LDL cholesterol that helps particles bind to and clog blood vessels. Apo B increases this clogging, so your Apo B level may be a better indicator of cardiovascular risk than LDL cholesterol alone.

Research has shown that the high sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) inflammation marker is associated with the potential onset of diseases such as cancer, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and many other chronic conditions.

Over 50% of people in the U.S. are deficient in vitamin D, which can hinder calcium absorption, compromise the immune system and increase the risk for chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer.

HbA1c

Considered one of the best indicators for pre-diabetes, HbA1c measures your average blood glucose levels over the last few months, instead of the last few days.

ApoB

Apolipoprotein B is the protein in bad LDL cholesterol that helps particles bind to and clog blood vessels. Apo B increases this clogging, so your Apo B level may be a better indicator of cardiovascular risk than LDL cholesterol alone.

hs-CRP

Research has shown that the high sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) inflammation marker is associated with the potential onset of diseases such as cancer, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and many other chronic conditions.

Vitamin D

Over 50% of people in the U.S. are deficient in vitamin D, which can hinder calcium absorption, compromise the immune system and increase the risk for chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer.

Essentials Blood Profile

Advanced Cholesterol

Our advanced cardiovascular and lipid panels go beyond typical cholesterol testing to uncover risk factors for early heart disease.

Basic Inflammation

Research has shown that the high sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) inflammation marker is associated with the potential onset of diseases such as cancer, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and many other chronic conditions.

Thyroid & Blood Sugar

Blood sugar (measured by glucose testing) and HbA1c (average blood sugar) are the primary indicators for diabetes. The thyroid significantly influences metabolism and energy use, and is the most common hormone imbalance in the U.S. today.

Liver & Kidney Health

Your kidney and liver detoxify your body of harmful pollutants from your everyday environment. Poor liver and kidney health can lead to chronic disease, unwanted weight gain, and energy loss. Chronic kidney disease is often asymptomatic and can only be recognizable through certain blood markers.

Basic Nutrients

The right balance of electrolytes helps optimize nerve and cellular functions that support nearly every system in the body. Calcium and vitamin D are essential for strong, healthy bones, strengthening the immune system, and reducing the risk of long-term chronic diseases.

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

The CBC test evaluates three types of cells that circulate in the blood (red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets). These markers can help to provide information regarding the immune system, possibility of an infection, blood irregularities, nutritional deficiencies, your body’s ability to clot, and more.

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