top of page

Optimize Your Health with Cutting-Edge Individualized Testing

Do you feel off, sick, or unwell yet the blood works were all "normal"? What have you missed?

  1. Try applying optimal/functional reference ranges

    1. Conventional reference ranges (seen on standard blood tests) are meant to discern diseases, not functional problems. Therefore, when your problems are more functional rather than pathological, they can be missed.

    2. Optimal or functional reference ranges are aimed at detecting functional problems. When values are high normal or low normal, it's pointing to a functional issue.

    3. Eg. Normal TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) range is around 0.45-4.5. But when the number is above 2.5, people often start to show hypothyroid symptoms of fatigue, weight gain, and hair loss. Clinically, they don't have hypothyroidism but functionally, their thyroid functions are at the lower end.

  2. You need a comprehensive assessment

    1. Oftentimes, we need to check most, if not all, the systems to identify the problem. When we only check 2-3 systems, problems are often missed.

  3. Sometimes blood tests alone aren't enough

    1. Some functional problems can't be revealed with blood tests alone; functional tests or genetic testing might be needed.

The purpose of these tests is to identify functional issues, not to diagnose diseases.


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page