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Lab Testing

Lab Testing Options

Food Sensitivity

Lab Testing offers a detailed and accurate picture into your body by testing what is actually happening inside the body. This gives us the data we need to help you discover true freedom in health.


Our test are detailed and focused to help you know exactly what issues or deficiencies you face and give us the data we need to help you correct your diet and health.


We can also pair this data with our training and nutrition programs to offer you a totally customized whole health solution without medication.



Hormonal Balance


Add - Ons

Lab testing Information

Mediator Release Test is a patented blood panel that takes sensitivity testing beyond any other test on the market. Most test only test type 3 pathways and leave out type 4 pathways as well as food additives and/or chemicals.

MRT tests type 3 and 4 pathways, food additives, and chemicals commonly found hidden in our foods to provide you with a view of what is happening inside the body and how your food could be making you sick. 



Type 3: IgG Response (Delayed Food Allergy) which cause symptoms to occur hours–even days–following exposure to the allergen.

Type 4: Test the immune and adrenal response to the common foods, additives, and chemicals to evaluate which stimulus are causing damage to homeostasis within the body. 

Common Symptoms:

Migraines / headaches


Irritable bowel / GHERD

Chronic Diarrhea



Joint pain

Muscle pain

Weight imbalances

Chronic fatigue

Chronis sinusitus


Skin eruptions

Autism / ADD


1. Schedule appointment

2. Initial consultation 

3. Draw blood at lab

4. Follow up consultation


Micronutrient tests measure the function of 35 nutritional components including vitamins, antioxidants, minerals and amino acids within our white blood cells.  Scientific evidence shows us that analyzing the white blood cells gives us the most accurate analysis of a body's deficiencies.


  • Vitamin A

  • Vitamin B1

  • Vitamin B2

  • Vitamin B3

  • Vitamin B6

  • Vitamin B12

  • Biotin

  • Folate

  • Pantothenate

  • Vitamin C

  • Vitamin D

  • Vitamin K


  • Calcium

  • Magnesium

  • Manganese

  • Zinc

  • Copper

Amino Acids

  • Asparagine

  • Glutamine

  • Serine

Fatty Acids

  • Oleic Acid


  • Alpha Lipoic Acid

  • Coenzyme Q10

  • Cysteine

  • Glutathione

  • Selenium

  • Vitamin E

Carbohydrate Metabolism

  • Chromium

  • Fructose Sensitivity

  • Glucose-Insulin Metabolism


  • Choline

  • Inositol

  • Carnitine


for Total Antioxidant Function


Immune Response Score


Your cellular metabolism and your cardiovascular system (heart and blood vessels) are very intricately linked.  For various reasons – not just age – our metabolism changes.  Our personal chemistry controls these changes and they can be measured in SpectraCell’s CardioMetabolic panel, which covers the three main areas of keeping a healthy metabolic profile your whole life: Glycemic Control, Lipid Profile, and Vascular Inflammation. 

  • Glucose - snapshot of blood sugar at time of blood draw

  • Insulin - correlates to the efficiency with which a person can metabolize carbohydrates; high fasting levels indicate insulin resistance and possible pre-diabetes.

  • Hemoglobin A1C - long term (2-3 months) marker of glycemic control; also considered a marker of accelerated aging

  • C-peptide - a measure of endogenous insulin production; useful in distinguishing between ty pe 1 and type 2 diabetes

  • Adiponectin - a hormone that ezymatically controls metabolism; high levels beneficial and indicate efficient cellular energy production

  • Metabolic syndrome traits - A diagnosis of metabolic syndrome is confirmed if any three of the following six traits exist in a patient: (1) high triglycerides (2) high glucose (3) low HDL (4) high blood pressure (5) high waist circumference or (6) increased small dense LDL


Like nutrients, hormones influence all aspects of health and disease - mood, sleep, metabolism, immunity, heart health and appearance.  An imbalance of one hormone can initiate cascade of events that alters other hormones, so a comprehensive look at hormone status is key.

  • Fatigue & energy levels

  • Cardiovascular health (blood pressure, clotting, lipids)

  • Neurology (migraines, sleep, pain)

  • Mental health (depression, anxiety, cognitive function)

  • Immunity (infections, autoimmune disease)

  • Metabolism (blood sugar regulation, tissue repair)

  • Bone density (osteoporosis)

  • Physical appearance (skin, muscles, hair)


Telomeres are sections of genetic material at the end of each chromosome whose primary function is to prevent chromosomal “fraying” when a cell replicates. As a cell ages, its telomeres become shorter. Eventually, the telomeres become too short to allow cell replication, the cell stops dividing and will ultimately die - a normal biological process. SpectraCell’s Telomere Test can determine the length of a patient’s telomeres in relation to the patient’s age.

ApoE test determines an individual’s genetic risk associated with the Apolipoprotein E gene. ApoE is involved in the metabolism of cholesterol and triglycerides, and variants in this gene can have clinically relevant implications for disease risk as well as one’s response to statin therapy, dietary fat, and other risk factors (eg., smoking and alcohol consumption). Approximately 45% of individuals carry one or more of the high risk variants within the ApoE gene. The results of the genotyping of Apolipoprotein E have important implications in the treatment strategies for individual patients in reducing cardiovascular disease risk.

MTHFR is an enzyme responsible for converting 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate to the product 5-methyltetrahydrofolate - it is involved in the metabolism of folate and homocysteine. The product of the reaction catalyzed by MTHFR converts homocysteine (a potentially toxic amino acid) to methionine (a useful and necessary amino acid).

Genotyping indicate whether a person has an increased likelihood of forming blood clots (thrombosis). Presence of either gene increases the chance of deep vein thrombosis, and may also provide useful information on heart attack risk.

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