Does your doctor say all of your tests are fine, but you still have symptoms?
Do you want to finally find out what is happening to you?
Would you like to feel great again?
Do you want to take proactive steps to secure your health and wellness?
Do you want to reduce your chances of getting sick?
If you answered yes to any of the above then a Functional Comprehensive Wellness Blood Chemistry Panel is the first step.
We can help narrow down what some of the critical issues you could be facing through a simple blood test. After the blood test you can learn on your own with our blood work course and/or book an appointment to go over the results with you and help you with diet and nutritional supplements that can help you back on the path to health.
What can blood tests detect? At Wellness For Life we use many different types of testing in order to fully restore your health. Blood testing is a great way to establish some base lines and to rule out some serious road blocks like anemia, hypothyroid and insulin resistance.
We offer discounted prices on blood work at your local LabCorp in the United States & Dynacorp in Canada. That means you don't have to travel far to get your blood drawn by a professional. With your blood work you also receive a report that shows not only what the lab thinks your blood work ranges should be, we also give you a functional blood work range. A functional blood work range is a range that is more optimal for health. You will know well before you see symptoms if you look at your functional blood work range.
We also offer virtual consultations, if you truly want to understand your blood work.
Here are just a few of the Blood Test At A Great Value!
This panel will provide a cost-effective way to evaluate the basic physiological state of the body. It includes a thorough analysis of insulin resistance.
- Blood sugar analysis
- Infection analysis
- Electrolyte analysis
- Thyroid analysis
- Lipid status
- Liver & Biliary analysis
Blood Test Names:
CBC + DIFFERENTIAL + PLATELET
- Mean corpuscular volume (MCV)
- Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH)
- Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC)
- Red blood cell distribution width (RDW)
- Percentage and absolute differential counts
- Platelet count
- Red blood cell count (RBC)
- White blood cell count (WBC)
- Uric Acid
- Total Protein
- A/G ratio
- Total Bilirubin
- Alkaline Phosphatase
- Iron & TIBC
- Total Cholesterol
- Chol/HDL ratio
- Total T4
- Total T3
- T3U Uptake
- Free Thyroxine Index (FTI)
BLOOD SUGAR FOUNDATION
- Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c)
- Fasting Insulin