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WHAT IS TESTED FOR IN THE MICRONUTRIENT TEST?
The Micronutrient Test tests for deficiencies in:
3. Amino Acids
6. Carbohydrate Metabolism
7. Fatty Acids
AM I REQUIRED TO FAST FOR THIS LAB TEST?
WHAT IS THE PRICE OF A MICRONUTRIENT TEST?
*Price may vary by location – contact your local ANY LAB TEST NOW
The Micronutrient Test measures your body’s ability to absorb 32 vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential nutrients into your white blood cells. This non-fasting blood test tells if you have a vitamin deficiency and gives you a plan for how to correct it.
More importantly, the results can help you reduce the risk of illness and disease related to such deficiencies.
WHY DO I NEED TO CHECK MYSELF FOR NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES?
The Micronutrient Test will tell you which vitamins you are deficient in and which to focus on – thereby eliminating your deficiency and any unnecessary spending on costly supplements.
Scientific evidence confirms that vitamin deficiencies are associated with disease processes and the overall conditions of your health. The Micronutrient Test is the only test that takes a nutritional assessment and creates a plan to correct any deficiency negatively influencing your health. Vitamin, mineral and antioxidant deficiencies have been shown to suppress immune functions and contribute to chronic degenerative processes such as arthritis, cancer, Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
OTHER RELEVANT LAB TESTS:
The Micronutrient Test provides a lot of good information, and while you are in our store, you might want to consider the Basic Check‐Up or Comprehensive Male Panel or the Comprehensive Female Panel.
WHAT ARE THE TEST RESULT RANGES?
Adequate levels vary for each nutrient tested. Adequate levels are indicated in the test results according to the reference range listed.
High Results Indicate:
There are no high results indicated for this test.
Low Results Indicate:
Values that represent a deficiency are clearly marked for each nutrient. You may require nutrient repletion or dietary changes to correct deficiencies, so consult with your physician or a nutritionist.
WHAT TYPE OF PHYSICIAN SHOULD I SEE?
Your primary care physician can review these test results with you to recommend a supplement or dietary plan. All report results are given in an easy-to-read format and repletion recommendations are included.