Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a variety of problems including hypertension, joint pain, muscle weakness and even heart disease and stroke. This test measures both the biologically active (D3) and supplemented (D2) forms.
Measures 4 of the most common toxic heavy metals, as well as levels of 7 essential nutritional elements that can also be hazardous in high quantities.
Thyroid testing plus Elements testing. Allows your practitioner to see if you have too little or too much iodine and other nutrients essential for thyroid health. Also tests for overexposure to mercury, bromine, lithium, arsenic and cadmium- any of which can affect the thyroid.
Measures the toxic heavy metals cadmium, lead, and mercury, as well as essential nutrients zinc, copper, selenium and magnesium. This test does NOT include: iodine, bromine, arsenic or creatinine. Blood spot only.
Up to 10% of the population in the U.S. has iodine deficiency. Iodine is essential in healthy thyroid hormone production, brain function, breast tissue, fetal development and more.
Measures the 9 major neurotransmitters plus 5 metabolites. Shows overall functional assessment of neurotransmitters and related enzymes. Adrenal and reproductive hormone add-on tests available. See full listing for Neurotransmitter add-on tests.