Includes the following:
Discussion of current physical and psychological health
Includes the following:
Cancer / Tumour Markers
Pap Test Monolayer with HPV
Heart Disease Risk Factors
– Blood Lipids
Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes Tests:
Complete Blood Count
Kidney / Renal Function
Testosterone Free & Total
Thyroid Function Test
Free T3, Free T4, TSH
ATA and TPO
HIV and Syphilis
Chlamydia Trachomatis DNA
Hepatitis A and B
Vitamin B12 and Folate
Vitamin D Total
Substances found in the blood made by normal cells that are produced at much higher levels by cancerous conditions. Included are: Breast (Ca15.3), Ovarian (Ca 125).
Checks for risks and signs of cervical cancer.
Together with family history, smoking and blood pressure, these help to asses the risk of future heart disease. We can thus work out your 10–year risk and take appropriate action.
Cardiac and Alzheimer‘s risk factor can be raised with MTHFR defects and low B12 and folate.
Measures levels and ratios of good and bad lipids.
These exclude diabetes and show risk of developing diabetes in the future. It detects insulin resistance where the muscle, fat, liver cells do not respond properly to insulin and thus cannot easily absorb glucose from the blood stream. Over time this leads to a rise of blood glucose and weight gain if left unchecked.
This screens for infection, anaemia, iron and vitamin B deficiency and bone mar row disorder.
Detects inflammation in the body.
Checks kidney function and levels of certain salts in the blood.
Measures several chemicals produced by the liver in the blood. These tests are highly sensitive to liver damage.
Important for libido, sleep, energy and mood.
Too high estrogen relative to progesterone (estrogen dominance) can cause mood disturbance, fibrocystic breast disease, headaches, mood swings and libido issues. Low estrogen can cause low bone density, hot flashes, mood swings and irregular periods.
A hormone produced by the adrenal gland which converts into androgens and oestrogens. It can help with mood, fertility, inflammation and libido.
Balances estrogen, if low at the end of cycle can cause heavy, painful periods, infertility and PMS.
Thyroid problems can cause fatigue, weight gain, fluid retention muscle aches and pains, hair loss and brain fog. This test examines thyroid hormone levels and can also detect borderline thyroid dysfunction.
A hormone produced by the adrenal glands that can cause problems with energy, sleep, weight and helps the body manage stress.
Checks for previous contact and current infection.
Checks for current infection.
Checks for previous contact and current vaccination status.
Low B12 and folate can cause many problems such as fatigue and neurological issues.
Naturally present in very few foods. It comes mainly from sun exposure. It is important for the immune system, cancer prevention and bone health.
Screening test for iron levels in the body.
Low magnesium can contribute to insomnia, muscle aches and pains, anxiety, constipation and high blood pressure.
Screens for a range of conditions affecting nerves, bones, kidneys and teeth.
Checking for signs of many diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease and urine infection.
This tests for parasites and infection in your stool.