Metabolic Analysis Profile assesses urine metabolites to evaluate four critical areas of metabolism: gastrointestinal function, cellular energy production, neurotransmitter processing, and amino acid-organic acid balance. Test results can be used to address chronic systemic complaints: fatigue and mood disorders to headaches, muscular / joint pain, and digestive problems.

Optimal Nutritional Evaluation FMV (ONE) help's understand one's individual diet and supplementation needs. It offers personalised functional nutrition assessments covering antioxidants, vitamins, digestive support and minerals.

NutrEval Plasma provides assessments of Antioxidants, Amino acids, B vitamins, Digestive Support, Eessential fatty acids and minerals. A very useful test, unlike any other to get an overall baseline of various nutrients, elements and vitamins. Helps with understanding the physiology behind depression, impaired mood and cognitive function, anxiety, increased cardiovascular risk and autism.

Oxidative Stress Analysis (Blood & Urine) identifies markers of hydroxyl radical activity, urine lipid peroxides, reduced glutathione, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidase, following a challenge dose of aspirin and acetaminophen. Offered by itself or included in the Comprehensive Detoxification Profile. Especially useful in cases of chronic fatigue, xenobiotic exposure, and chronic illnesses. Tests Available:

1. Oxidative Stress Analysis 2.0 (Blood)

2. Oxidative Stress Analysis 2.0 (Urine)

Comprehensive Cardiovascular Profile analyzes blood for levels of HDL, LDL, lipid fractionation, total cholesterol, ratios, triglycerides, lipoprotein(a), homocysteine, fibrinogen, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein. Includes Relative Risk Indices and Metabolic Syndrome Alerts. Together, these markers provide a thorough assessment of cardiovascular health status.

For more information on any of the tests listed above, please call 416 913 4325 (HEAL).

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