Lab Tests & Biochemistry

…give us a glimpse into the structure and function of our body.

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This information is for educational purposes only, to facilitate quality conversations between patients and their personal physician(s). Several additional considerations are required to safely administer any protocol for an individual. This information is NOT intended to diagnose, treat or encourage self-treatment of any medical condition.

Lab References

Lab Interpretation

Any Test Now Menu

CDC List of Parasites*
Doctor’s Data Test Menu
LabCorp Test Menu
Labpedia.net (new tab)
Quest Test Menu

A
ACTH
ALCAT testing
allergy testing
amino acids
ANA (Anti-Nuclear-Antibody)
Anaplasma
antibody tests
anti-thyroglobulin antibodies
anti-TPO (thyroperoxidase) antibodies

ApoE, ApoE4
applied kinesiology
arsenic

B
Babesia
Bartonella
BMP (Basic Metabolic Panel)
bile acids
bioelectric testing
Borrelia
breath testing
bromide

C
CA-19-9

cadmium

calcium

cardiovascular testing
CAT Scan
CBC (Complete Blood Count)

CEA
celiac genes
celiac immunoglobulins

cholesterol (lipid panel)
chromium
CMP (Comprhnsve Metabolc Panel)

coronary calcium test
cortisol
c-reactive protein

S

sarcosine

secretory IgA
SIBO test

super oxide dismutase (SOD)
stool testing

T
T3 (Free and Total)
taurine
testosterone (Free and Total)
thyroglobulin

Thyroid Algorithm
TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)

transferrin

triglycerides
tryptophan

tyrosine

U
ultrasound
Urinalysis)
Urine C&S (Culture & Sensitivity)
Urine pH

V
vaginal swab testing
vanadium
vitamin-a
vitamin-b1
vitamin-b2
vitamin-b3
vitamin-b5
vitamin-b6
vitamin-b7
vitamin-b12
vitamin-c
vitamin-d 
vitamin-e
vitamin-k

W

water
white blood cell test
X
x-ray

Y

Z
zinc

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