Health and Wellness

  • 100 Food Sensitivity and Intolerance Test: Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the same reaction.  Intolerances are caused by the body’s inability to process specific substances and may cause bloating, digestive problems such as gas and/or diarrhea, fatigue, headaches and even the inability to lose weight or weight gain. Symptoms may be difficult to link to specific foods, environmental substances or food additives because they may not occur until hours or days later.  To complicate the situation, each individual has a different tolerance for specific foods, so even if a person has an intolerance, it may be mild so that a small amount of the food doesn’t cause a reaction until enough of the food is eaten or is consumed consistently over time
  • 150 Food Sensitivity and Intolerance Test: Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the…
  • 50 Food Sensitivity and Intolerance Test: Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the…
  • Allied Health Panel: Allied Health panel is needed for healthcare students, school faculty, healthcare and veterinary professionals, medical sales and medical device representatives…
  • AMH Test: The average age of menopause for American women is 52 and knowing that it’s probably a long way off has…
  • Anemia Panel: The Anemia Panel is a comprehensive panel that includes a CBC, Ferritin, Folates, Total Iron Binding Capacity with Iron, Reticulocyte…
  • Basic (Pediatric) Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms…
  • Basic Food Allergy Test: In people with allergies, the body produces antibodies against common food substances that create the typical allergy symptoms we all…
  • Basic Food and Enviromental Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms…
  • Basic Nutritional Panel: The Nutritional Panel includes a variety of tests that can help you determine if you are getting enough nutrition.   This…
  • Basic Saliva Hormone Testing Kit: The Saliva Hormone Test is the best non-invasive method for discovering any type of hormone imbalance in either males or…
  • Celiac, IBS, Crohn’s Testing: One in every 133 Americans suffers from celiac disease totaling 3 million Americans.  85% of these people have not been…
  • Cellular Nutritional Health: The Micronutrient Test measures your body’s ability to absorb 32 vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential nutrients into your white…
  • Cholesterol (Lipid) Panel: The  Lipids  Panel  can  determine  if  you  have  abnormal  cholesterol  or  triglyceride  levels.  These  are important because they can also…
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein a): Lipoprotein (a), also called LPa, has been identified as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke.  The level of…
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein Particle Profile Plus): About 50% of people who have suffered heart attacks have “normal” cholesterol numbers (NHLB I – The National Heart, Lung…
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein Particle Profile): About 50% of people who have suffered heart attacks have “normal” cholesterol numbers (NHLB I – The National Heart, Lung…
  • Colon Cancer Screening (FIT) Test: A Fecal Immunochemical Test is an at home test that is processed by an accredited lab that tests for blood…
  • Complete Blood Count: A CBC is a great test to take to give you a “snapshot” of your health.  This test gives important…
  • Complete Male and Female Saliva Hormone Testing Kit: The  Saliva  Hormone  Test  is  the  best  non-invasive  method  for  discovering  any  type  of  hormone  imbalance  in either  males  or …
  • Complete Metabolic Panel: The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) includes 14 essential tests that are typically requested by your doctor as part of a…
  • Comprehensive Food and Enviromental Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms…
  • Cortisol Hormone Test (Saliva): The Saliva Cortisol test is the least invasive way to measure the level of cortisol in the body.  Cortisol is…
  • Cortisol Test: Cortisol, also known as hydrocortisone, is a hormone released by the adrenal gland in response to stress.  When responding to…
  • Creatinine: Creatinine  is  the  end-product  of  creatine  metabolism.  The  presence  of  creatine  is  primarily  in  muscle.  The  amount  of  creatinine  is …
  • Dhea-Sulfate: The DHEA‐S Test helps in evaluating your adrenal gland function. Your adrenal glands are two small pieces of tissue that sit…
  • Diabetes Maintenance Panel: The Diabetes Maintenance Panel is an effective panel for both diabetics and for those who want to see if they…
  • Enviromental Allergy Test: The Super Combination Panel measures IgG and IgE antibodies to 90 Food Allergens (Expanded Food Panel III) and 45 Environmental…
  • Estradiol (Estrogen) Test: The Estradiol Test measures the amount of estradiol (a female sex hormone which is basically a form of estrogen) in…
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel: In people with allergies, the body produces antibodies against common foods that create the typical allergy symptoms we all know…
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel (IgG or IgE): There is an antibody, Immunoglobulin G (IgG), that can also cause allergic responses but the reactions are delayed.   This delay…
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel III – (Both IgE and IgG): When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have…
  • Ferritin Test: The Ferritin Test measures the level of ferritin molecules in the blood. Ferritin is a protein in the body that binds…
  • Folate: A  deficiency  of  folic  acid  is  common  in  pregnant  women,  alcoholics,  or  individuals  who  do  not  have  enough  raw  fruits …
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH): The Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) test measures the amount of FSH, a sex hormone produced by the pituitary gland, in…
  • Food and Enviromental Comprehensive IgG Allergy Panel: When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have…
  • Food and Enviromental Super Combo (IgE and IgG): When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have…
  • Food Sensitivity and Intolerance Test (50 Funcational Food and Medicinal Herb): Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the…
  • Free Thyroxine: Free T4 measures the free, unbound thyroxine levels in your bloodstream. Free T4 is typically elevated in hyperthyroidism, and lowered…
  • Free Triiodothyronine: Free T3 measures the free, unbound levels of triiodothyronine in your bloodstream. Free T3 is considered more accurate than Total…
  • General Wellness Panel: The Annual Check‐Up is the perfect panel for evaluating your overall health.  The panel consists of 6 tests that are…
  • Glucose: The Glucose (Serum) Test, also known as the Fasting Blood Glucose Test, is the most common test used to diagnose…
  • Hemoglobin A1C (Diabetes Monitoring): The Hemoglobin A1c Test is a valuable measure of the overall blood glucose levels over a period of time (2‐3…
  • Hepatic Function Panel: The Liver Function Panel (Hepatic Function) measures the blood levels of seven tests that you may want to  check  to …
  • High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Cardiac: The C‐Reactive Protein (High Sensitivity, Cardiac) (CRP) is a blood test that measures the amount of protein (called C‐reactive Protein)…
  • Homocyteine Test: Homocysteine is an amino acid that is normally present in very small amounts in the blood.  Normally the vitamins B6,…
  • Intolerance And Sensitivity (200 Food Panel): Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the…
  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH): The Luteinizing Hormone or LH Test measures how much of the hormone is in your blood.   The LH is produced…
  • Magnesiuim Test: Magnesium is a critical electrolyte that is necessary for proper muscle, nerve and enzyme function and is necessary for the…
  • MMA / Boxing Fighter Panel: The Fighter Panel is specifically designed specifically for those involved in MMA, Boxing, Kickboxing and other Combative Sports. Some competitive fighting…
  • Mold (Sensitivity And Intolerance Testing): The Mold Allergy Panel tests for allergies, to common indoor and outdoor molds such as Cladosporium (the most common airborne…
  • Mold Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances that create the typical allergy symptoms we all…
  • Osteoporosis Risk Panel: The Osteoporosis Risk Panel includes ten different tests that evaluate your risk for osteoporosis – a debilitating disease that causes…
  • Phosphate Test: Phosphate is a charged ion in the blood that contains phosphorus, which is critical for building and repairing bones and…
  • Potassium Test: Potassium is a simple mineral that is important for the regulation of our heartbeat.  It, along with other electrolytes like…
  • Progesterone: The Progesterone Test measures the amount of the hormone in your blood. Progesterone is a female hormone produced by the…
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA): The PSA Test (or Prostate Specific Antigen) is a substance a man’s prostate gland produces. This blood test will measure…
  • Saliva Adrenal Testing Kit: This kit tests the adrenal hormones DHEA-S and Cortisol, the master stress hormone. When individuals experience continuous stress, not only…
  • Sensitivity and Intolerance Testing (Platinum Comprehensive): Intolerances differ significantly from allergies. Unlike allergies, intolerances may vary from situation to situation, while an allergy always produces the…
  • Sensitivity and Intolerance Testing (Platinum Plus): This  test  looks  at  more  than  350  items,  covering  more  than  200 food  intolerances,
  • Skin Vitallity Panel Kit: The Skin Vitality Take Home Hormone Kit consists of a dried blood spot test for measurement of thyroid and Vitamin…
  • Sleep Balance Kit: The Sleep Balance Take Home Hormone Kit includes: A dried urine test to measure Melatonin levels ( Melatonin (MT6s x 4)) A…
  • T4 Total and Thyroxine Total: This test measures the total amount of circulating thyroxine in your blood. Thyroxine, a hormone produced by the thyroid, is…
  • Testosterone: The Testosterone, Free (Direct), Serum with Total Test will determine the level of testosterone (free and total) in your blood. Testosterone…
  • Testosterone Panel (Continued-Therapy): Testosterone is a male hormone that helps to maintain bone density, fat distribution, muscle strength and mass, red blood cell…
  • Thyroglobulin Antibody Test: Thyroglobulin is produced by normal or cancerous thyroid cells.  When a person develops an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid,…
  • Thyroid Element Kit: Thyroid disease or dysfunction can explain a wide variety of symptoms, yet it is notoriously under-diagnosed. The American Thyroid Association…
  • Thyroid Panel: The Thyroid Panel screens for thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism by examining your body’s production of the thyroid hormones. There are…
  • Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies: The Thyroid Panel screens for thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism by examining your body’s production of the thyroid hormones. There are…
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone: The thyroid gland is responsible for regulating how your body uses energy. The thyroid also produces hormones critical to proper…
  • TIBC (Total Iron Binding Capacity): The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Test measures the amount of iron in your blood.  Having too much…
  • Urinalysis (Routine Checkup): The Urinalysis can determine a number of health problems. It will see if your kidneys are functioning normally, if sugar…
  • Vitamin B12: Vitamin B-12, also called cobalamin, is a water soluble vitamin that plays a key role in the formation of blood…
  • Vitamin D: Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that interacts with and regulates more than 200 genes in the body.  Your…
  • Weight Management Kit: The Weight Management Take Home Hormone Kit consists of a dried blood spot test and a saliva test. The test…