"The Advanced Plus test has changed my life, literally. Thank you Canary Club! I hope you know the
importance of what you do and I am a true example of that. I'll forever be grateful." - Jennifer
You visit specialist after specialist only to be told nothing is wrong. We understand that feeling of frustration and helplessness.
Chronic fatigue, adrenal burnout, foggy thinking, fertility issues, inability to lose weight despite exercise and healthy diet... there are hundreds of symptoms of low or high production of thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormones.
Canary Club's home saliva and blood spot test kits detect specific hormone imbalances that traditional testing ignores, including: TSH, TPO, free T3, and free T4 of the thyroid gland, cortisol and DHEA of the adrenals, and testosterone, estrogen and progesterone of the reproductive organs.
Now you can start to get the answers you need, directly through our at-home thyroid, hormone, and neurotransmitter testing.
Order lab tests online, in the privacy of your home, and see the easy-to-read results for yourself! [Read More]
Dr. Richard L. Shames
As a preventive medicine doctor, I have heartfelt excitement about recent neurotransmitter testing! This test can be combined with hormone testing for a thorough assessment of brain function and mental/emotional health.
No longer do patients have to suffer with the outdated doctor observation: "You seem depressed. Here is a prescription for Prozac." Instead, you can now precisely determine your own serotonin level. If it is sub par, over-the-counter 5 HTP might be a much better choice to help balance your hormones and boost your brain power.
Testosterone is likely the first hormone that you think of in regards to men’s sexual health. Testosterone is essential for strength, stamina, the development of the reproductive system, strong bones, and a healthy libido. We have long known that testosterone is vital for well-being, but recent studies indicate there is another important sex hormone in both men and women: estradiol, a form of estrogen. Just as women need a small amount of testosterone to develop properly, men require small amounts of estrogen. In men, estradiol is produced by the adrenal gland and the Sertoli cells of the testes.