Nutritional genetics examines and analyzes how nutrients impact our genes, how our genes impact reactions to specific nutrients, and why our bodies may be struggling with detoxing or metabolizing. So many answers to health found here!
*This test does not diagnose
The NutriStat Complete Profile is the largest and most comprehensive nutritional assessment of its kind. It builds upon the NutriStat Basic Profile to offer 242 nutritional markers from 34 testing categories, providing insights into nutritional deficiencies and imbalances.
*This test does not diagnose
Vitamin deficiencies and imbalances may produce a range of health issues, including fatigue, mood changes, digestive problems, and others. Our comprehensive urinary metabolic profile measures 36 organic acids to create a unique patient biochemistry profile that reflects how well the body is obtaining and utilizing nutrients. A customized diet and lifestyle plan can then be established to address to specific nutritional needs.
*This test does not diagnose
The human gut harbors 100 trillion microorganisms including bacteria, yeast, fungi, and other microbes. This diverse ecosystem influences everything from immune function and digestion to emotional well-being and so much more. The gut microbiome is a community—each microbe completes important tasks that contribute to the welfare of the whole. Some microbes metabolize foods and pass on the metabolites to other species. Other members maintain a healthy gut pH, support the host’s immune system, support food metabolism, or maintain the gut barrier. Even opportunistic species play an important role when present in small amounts!
When biodiversity in the gut is lost or when species are out of balance, the whole microbial community is affected. This creates a cascading effect that can manifest itself in seemingly unrelated areas of the body.
✔️ Understand the functions of the gut microbiome
✔️ Identify dysbiosis ratios
✔️ Pinpoint which metabolites are overproduced or underproduced
✔️ Support specific gut functions using nourishing dietary practices, supplement protocols, and lifestyle recommendations
✔️ Help people lead healthier lives!
*Kits can be mailed to you.
The Omega-3 Index is a measure of omega-3s EPA + DHA in your blood. But how much omega-3 you eat is only part of the puzzle. There are many other factors that affect your Omega-3 Index such as:
Omega-3s and Your Health
The omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) have been shown to benefit a wide variety of health conditions affecting the heart, brain, eyes and joints. They’ve also been associated with healthy aging in general. Thousands of papers have been published on their effects on the body, and the research is not slowing down.
Unfortunately most people don’t get enough of these important nutrients from their diets, which is why testing blood levels is so important.
Optimize Your Omega-3 Level in 3 Easy Steps
Measure-You won’t know if your Omega-3 Index is optimal just because you eat fish or take supplements — it must be measured.
1 ModifyOnce you know your Omega-3 Index, it can be optimized with simple dietary changes.
2 MonitorTesting your Omega-3 Index every 4 months will ensure that your levels stay optimal.
This recommendation is meant to be a guide for how much EPA+DHA you may need in your diet to reach your Omega-3 Index target, based on research by Walker et al. 2019. Up to 5,000 mg per day of EPA and DHA is considered safe, but 3200 mg is set as the upper limit in the calculator due to data limitations. We recommend you retest after 3-4 months to see if your diet changes are working for you. Please consult your healthcare provider before making any major changes to your diet.
Research shows omega-3 levels affect health.
Your results are supported by science.
The Candida panel analyzes Candida antigen antibodies specific to help identify an overgrowth of the fungus, suspected to be the underlying cause of a number of symptoms.
View sample report here:
Pollutants and chemicals are common in our air, water, food, and in many products we use. Long-term exposure to these toxins is known to have serious health consequences. This Environmental Pollutants Profile provides quantitative measurement of 14 select metabolites that can help define an individuals toxic burden and provide valuable information for a targeted nutritional and detox intervention.
Vitamin D is crucial for bone strength and may have implications on other conditions including osteoporosis, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This test measures the levels of vitamin D (total, 25-hydroxy D2 and D3) in the blood, allowing for easy finger stick collection. With a simple drop of blood, we can see what your current levels are.
Learn more about this vitamin D test:
Vitamin D (total, 25-Hydroxy D2 and D3)
Testing is for imbalances. No medical diagnosis or medical advice is given.
Kits can be mailed to you. More details at: https://www.usbiotek.com/our-tests
Food sensitivities are recognized to be correlated with many chronic health conditions, IBS, eczema, fatigue, and others - but with proper identification and elimination of offending foods, many experience relief from their symptoms.
Pollens and spores from trees, grasses, mold, dust, and others can produce symptoms that range from minor to severe. Our inhalant panels assess antibody response to 48 common allergens, and response to 50 allergens, providing helpful information for effective allergy management.
With an increased awareness around celiac disease and gluten intolerance, there is growing interest in Celiac testing. This panel measures for serum tissue antibodies specific for deamidated gliadin peptide (DGP), which can help to assess the condition.
Sample report here:
Testing is for nutritional imbalances. No medical advice is given.
Join Wendy for this online course that takes place in 6 live sessions. It's designed to help you be your best- decrease your risk of chronic disease, strengthen your immune system, achieve a healthy body weight, and much more. By the end of the course, you will have the motivation and tools to make wellness the cornerstone of your everyday life. January 2024.