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Micronutrient Analysis

Micronutrients serve as essential tools that cells require for the biochemical processes of living beings. All the metabolic reactions occurring within the cell rely on these micronutrients.

We offer two different micronutrient tests.

  1. SpectraCell – $345 (sample report)
  2. Cell Science Systems – $310 (sample report)

WHO GETS MICRONUTRIENT ANALYSIS?

  1. Micronutrient analysis is beneficial for various individuals:

    • Anyone interested in exploring their individual micronutrient requirements.
    • Those struggling with physical or mental health concerns, as it can provide insights into potential causes of these conditions.
    • Individuals aiming to improve athletic performance or seeking preventive treatments to avoid chronic diseases.

WHY SHOULD YOU GET YOUR MICRONUTRIENTS ANALYZED?

Understanding nutrient deficiencies helps us create personalized treatment plans, leading to better outcomes and helping you achieve your short- and long-term goals. Unlike generic approaches with multiple supplements, targeted repletion considers your body’s unique needs, preventing imbalances and excess accumulation. Everyone’s biochemical individuality is different, making targeted repletion the ideal solution.

WHAT DO YOU GET?

You will have your blood drawn in our office. This analysis covers over 30 specific key nutrients and provides a detailed report on more than 80 nutrients from your current diet. Following the analysis, you’ll have a consultation with our provider who will carefully review the results and create a personalized plan for you. This plan will include replacement options and advice on supplements, nutrients, and lifestyle adjustments.

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  1. Schedule a blood draw.
    • Avoid any oral supplements for a minimum of 24 hours prior to obtaining labs.
    • It is ideal to come in fasting (but not essential)
    • Hydrate well with water only the day before and morning of testing.
    • Bring in a list of the supplements and vitamins you are taking on a regular basis.
  1. Schedule 30-minute appointment with the provider to review lab results.
      • This should be a minimum of 2-3 weeks after the blood draw.
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