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Cellular <strong>Nutrition Assay</strong>

The micronutrient test provides the most comprehensive nutritional analysis available by measuring functional deficiencies at the cellular level. Evaluating micronutrient status can be the first step in identifying metabolic inadequacies while shedding light on the possible underlying causes of complex chronic conditions.

WHY THE CELLULAR  NUTRITION ASSAY:
What truly makes the test unique is that it measures the functional  level and capability of micronutrients present within white blood cells, where metabolism takes place and where micronutrients do their job—thus taking a person’s biochemical individuality into account. Unlike static serum measurements, which only assess the concentration of nutrients present outside of the cell (extracellular) and only provide a glimpse of your health, this micronutrient test is a long term assessment (4-6 months) that addresses the functional impact (performance) of micronutrients—what really matters.

HOW ARE THESE LEVELS MEASURED:

 Via a Blood Sample

WHAT IS MEASURED:

•Vitamin A
•Vitamin B1
•Vitamin B2
•Vitamin B3
•Vitamin B6
•Vitamin B12
•Biotin
•Folate
•Pantothenate
•Vitamin C
•Vitamin D3
•Vitamin K2
•Calcium
•Magnesium
•Manganese
•Zinc
•Copper
•Asparagine
•Glutamine
•Serine
•Oleic Acid
•Alpha Lipoic Acid
•Coenzyme Q10
•Cysteine
•Glutathione
•Selenium
•Vitamin E
•Chromium
•Fructose Sensitivity
•Glucose-Insulin Metabolism
•Choline
•Inositol
•Carnitine
Total Antioxidant Function
Immune Response Score