Micronutrient Deficiency = Cellular Dysfunction
Micronutrients are the tools that a cell needs to do the biochemical work of living beings. All the metabolic reactions that happen inside the cell are dependent on micronutrients.
Who Gets Micronutrient Analysis?
- Anyone interested in exploring what their individual micronutrient requirements are.
- Those struggling with physical or mental health concerns. Gain insight into a potential cause of these conditions.
- Those who are focusing on improving athletic performance or maximizing preventive treatments to avoid chronic disease.
Why Should You Get Your Micronutrients Analyzed?
Understanding vitamin, amino acid and mineral deficiencies helps us use our knowledge and expertise to tailor an individualized treatment plan. We believe that the more information one can have, the better. This can help you achieve whatever short- or long-term goals you have. The typical ‘shotgun’ approach to vitamin and nutrient replacement, taking a multitude of supplements because you heard they are good for you, does not ensure efficient maximization of your body’s unique requirements and can cause imbalance along with possible excessive levels accumulating in your body. Biochemical individuality varies greatly from person to person due to multiple absorption patterns. Targeted repletion is the answer.
What Do You Get?
You will have your blood drawn in-house for the Intracellular Micronutrient Lab Panel by SpectraCell Laboratories, analyzing over 30 specific key nutrients along with a detailed report of over 80 nutrients in your current diet. You will have a consultation with a knowledgeable provider who will thoroughly review the results and provide a detailed plan that will include replacement options and give supplement, nutrient and lifestyle advise.
How To Make This Happen
- 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.
- Schedule 30-minute appointment with the provider to review lab results.
- This should be a minimum of 2-3 weeks after the blood draw.
It's time to get personal about your health.