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Basic Heart Health Panel:


  • Lipid Panel
  • CBC
  • CMP
  • Homocysteine
  • HS-C Reactive Protein


Lipid Panel


Lipid Panel is a group of tests (LDL, HDL, and Total. Triglyceride) that are used as a part of general assessment to determine risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Lipids are varies of fat in the body and essential substances for cells and sources of energy. This is test measured overall cholesterol level in the body.

Total Cholesterol measures total cholesterol in all the lipoprotein particles.

HDL – High Density Lipoprotein – Good Cholesterol because its transport excessive cholesterol in the liver where produces a metabolic process.

LDL – Lower Density Lipoprotein is a Bad Cholesterol can be causes of atherosclerosis because the plagues what formed and deposits inside of the vessels to make the vessels narrow to contribute cardiovascular disease.

Triglycerides – measures all of the triglycerides in all of the particles.


How do I prepare for this test?

Fasting is required for this test 8-12 hours


Why I having this test?

To determine and assess risks of cardio coronary disease.


What does this test mean?

This test is helpful to determine individuals overall risks of Cardio Vascular Disease and if necessary a health provider will develop a plan of treatment.

The Hemocysteine is a non-protein a-amino acid that essential to determine a cardiac risk level to have heart attack, stroke. The hemocysteine test may order to determine if a person has a VitB12 or Foliate acid deficiency. Practitioner may recommend this test for patients with signs and symptoms of poor nutrition.

In cases of VitB12 and Foliate acid deficiency the hemocystein level may be elevated.

The studies show that individuals with an elevated hemocysteine level have much more possibilities have a cardiovascular disease as an atherosclerosis, heart attacks, a stroke or thrombophlebitis.

Cause of the hemocysteine is a gene mutation, family history of early atherosclerosis, obesity, and individuals’ diet. Hemocysteine level can increase with an age, smoking history, using drugs. Hemocysteine level in women are lower than in men after reaching menopause due to lower production of estrogen.


Blood Type & Rh-Factor


The blood type test and RH-Factor is detected in individuals’ a blood type according to presence or absence of certain antigens on the surface of red cells. This test will indicate a specific type of blood: A, AB, B, O.

The RH-Factor is classified as Rh-positive or Rh-negative are essential and valuable to allow determine a presence or absence of RH antibodies in the blood.


What is the result mean?


Will identify the blood type and Rh-Factor.


How do I prepare for this test?


This test doesn’t specify any preparations.


Why am I having this test?


To eliminate any blood mismatches during transfusion due to cause severe reactions to lead life-threating.

C-Reactive Protein


The Hs-CRP Test is a major blood test to help evaluate individuals in a high risk of cardiovascular disease. C-reactive protein is a protein that an increased in the blood with inflammation, bacterial infections, traumas, rheumatic fever, acute arthritis, and post-surgery state. A relatively low level of inflammation plays a major role in an atherosclerosis, which is often associated with cardiovascular disease.


How do I prepare for this test?

There is not specified to be fasting except if this test align with the Lipid Panel assay.


Why have I do this test?

High sensate C-reactive protein is used to evaluate the risk factor of heart attack, stroke in relatively healthy individuals where Cholesterol within acceptable range.


What does this test mean?

Helping to predict an increased risk of a future heart attack, stroke, a peripheral arterial disease even when a cholesterol level are within an acceptable range.


Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)


Comprehensive Metabolic Panel is a panel of 14 tests that gives practitioners essential information about individual current condition kidneys, liver, metabolism, electrolyte and acid-base balance, glucose and proteins. Based on the range of the lab results a doctor will order a particular test to confirm or rule out a suspected diagnosis.

Glucose– is a major source of energy for the most body cells and includes brain cells a blood glucose measures the amount of a type of sugar, called glucose. Fasting Blood Glucose 9FBS) measures blood glucose after individuals have not eat at least 8 hours.

Postprandial blood sugar measures blood glucose exactly 2 hours after you start eating.

Calcium – is often ordered as part of the routine health screening or indicates any underlying causes of health conditions. To diagnose and monitor conditions that related to the heart, bones, kidney, malabsorption, parathyroid disorder. When the test result is an abnormal a practitioner ordered the specific additional test to have evaluate for underlying causes, an additional tests are often ordered.


Albumin is one of the major proteins made in the liver and keeping fluid from leaking from vessels and transfers vitamins, hormones and drugs through a body. An abnormal level of albumin In the bloodstream may indicate diseases or disorders liver, kidney. For final evaluation the suspected diagnosis a health care practitioner will order additional tests.


Total protein – the total serum protein tests measures the amount of total proteins in a blood. There includes two major groups of proteins as albumin and globulin.

Globulin made up from different proteins called alpha, beta, and gamma types. Some globulin made by the liver, while others are made up an immune system. Certain globulin binds with hemoglobin, other globulin transport iron, and help to fight with infection.


Electrolytes – our body includes calcium (Ca2), sodium (Na), bicarbonate (HCO3), potassium (K+), magnesium(Mg2+) … Electrolytes regulate our nerve and muscle function, hydration, blood pH, blood pressure, and rebuilding of damaged tissue, imbalance (acidosis or alkalosis) Out of the normal range electrolytes level may produce follow symptoms:

* Irregular heartbeat           * Weakness

* Bone disorders                   * Twitching

* Blood pressure changes      * Seizures

* Numbness                         * Muscles spasm


The Complete Blood Count (CBC)


CBC Test is ordered as a part of general screening to help determine or diagnose conditions such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorders, and cancer.

Red Blood Cells are produced in the bone marrow and they carry oxygen to the organs, tissues, cells, and remove carbon dioxide from blood stream and transport it to the lungs. The life spam for RBC is about 120 days, and they are continuously renewed and replaced by they time.

Out of the range lab result may determine a condition as Anemia, Congenital heart disease, Kidney tumor, Lungs disease.

White Blood Cells – the affected number of WBC relatively reflects conditions as infection, virus, bacteria, allergy, immune disorder, inflammation, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Platelets – plays important role in a coagulation process, if is elevated numbers leads to forming clots. The decrease number thrombocytes relatively related with increase risk of bleeding.

What is result mean?

CBC test ordered as part of routine screening to assess a health state, and if result abnormal to determine underlining causes.

Why am I having this test?

CBC test used as part of annual check up, or individual has symptoms and signs suggested about some disorders.

How do I prepare for this test?

This test not specify any preparation.


Immunization Panel/Titers


The immunization panel includes the 3 most commonly required titer/ immunity tests:


  • Varicella-Zoster Virus (VZV) Antibodies IGG
  • MMR Immunity Profile:

Measles /rubeola/, Mumps, /parotitis/, Rubella /German measles/

  • Hepatitis B Surface Antibody
  • QuantiFERON(R) TB Gold blood test is used to detect of presence Mycobacterium tuberculosis which causes tuberculosis TB


Varicella-Zoster Virus (VZV) IGG


The varicella-Zoster Virus can be causes two diseases as chickenpox (varicella) and shingles (herpes zoster). Chickenpox was a common contamination childhood disease that produced itchy blisters but rarely caused serious problems. However, adults who did not have the disease in his childhood, it maybe causes of more serious complications.

Shingles is a caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox. Once you have had a chickenpox, the Varicella-Zoster Virus lies dormant in your nervous system and can reactivate as shingles.

A positive result indicates that patient has antibody to VZV but not able to differentiate between an active or past infection. Doctor may diagnose base on the presence clinical symptoms and signs. This test reliable measures immunity due to previously infection but may not be detected antibodies coming from vaccinations.



is a most abundant types of antibody is found in all body fluids and protects from bacteria and viral infections. The antibodies are the proteins made up by immune system to fight antigens bacteria, viruses, and toxins. The body makes different immunoglobulin to fight with different antigens. IGG detects in the body prior exposure.


is a most common antibodies in the body to fight bacteria, viruses and toxins.


Rubella /German Measles/

is a highly infections diseases caused by rubella viruses. The infection can spread from person to person through contact with droplets from an infected person’s. Symptoms of this disease are fever, swollen lymph nodes, and runny nose, grayish –white spots with bluish-white centers in the mouth inside of the checks and throat, conjunctivitis, dry hacking cough. Symptoms appear about 9-11 days after initial symptoms, and person becomes highly contaminates before appearance of symptoms. It can be a serious condition in pregnant women, as it may cause congenital rubella syndrome in the fetus.

A positive test reveals that person has antibodies to measles virus. The test not differentiates between an active or past infection, an interpretation of diagnosis according signs and symptoms a patient.



is an antibody produced by B cells. It is the largest antibody and first antibody to respond an initial exposure to antigen. The IGM present in the body with current or recent infection, and can evaluate on the false positive test results.


QuantiFeron TB Gold blood test.


This test result used to help evaluates false positive TB Skin Test /Mantoux/. TB is highly communicable disease and main purpose of this test to diagnose the latent stage, which required a medical treatment.


Anemia Panel

* Ferritin

  • Hematocrit

  • Hemoglobin (Hb)or(Hgb)

  • Platelet Count Cell (RBC)

  • White Blood Cell (WBC)

  • Iron

  • Total Iron – Binding Capacity (TIBC)

  • Folic acid / Foliate

  • Vitamin B12






Ferritin is one of a major test that practitioners’ orders to determine an iron deficiency. A ferritin is a blood cell protein is depositing in the liver, spleen, and bone marrow. If a level of ferritin becomes low it indicates that individual’s has an iron deficiency.




Hematocrit test is a part of routine follow up. The test may be used to screening for: diagnosis, or monitor number conditions and diseases that affect the proportion of the blood made up of red blood cells. A hematocrit used to diagnose the severity of anemia:

Low RBCs,

Low hemoglobin,

Low hematocrit.

Other condition, such as, high level of RBCs, high hemoglobin, hematocrit level.

Monitor the response the treatment of anemia.


                   Hemoglobin (HB) (Hgb)


Hemoglobin is a blood test used to measure the several conditions:

  • Anemia
  • Monitor to response on treatment of anemia or polycythemia
  • Help for practitioners’ to determine the proper treatment or have a proper treatment plan

Hemoglobin is complex protein in red cell that carries oxygen from lungs to tissues, and brings back dioxide carbon from tissues to lungs. RBCs produces in the bone marrow and may cause an increase or decrease in the number of mature RBCs.

Other condition may affect life span RBCs, for instance, if destruction of RBC increased and bone marrow does not able to produce sufficient number of RBC fast enough, consequently the number of RBC and hemoglobin will drop as result anemia.

To discover the underlining causes of iron deficiency a practitioner’s will order additional tests.

                             Red Blood Cell


Red Blood Cell is an essential blood test, there is practitioners may measure the number of red cell in bloodstream. The red cell contains valuable hemoglobin, which delivers oxygen to tissues. The out of range result could be useful tool to diagnose individual’s with certain diseases and disorders


               White Blood Cell


White Blood Cell is important blood test to count leukocytes in the individual’s bloodstream. These cells are first defenders from infections, viruses, and bacteria.

Abnormal range white cell may reveal presence of certain disorders as congenital, cancer, immune or autoimmune disorders and underlying conditions. Leucocyte produces in bone marrow and knows several different types of WBCs.




The serum Iron or Iron Fe is a blood test that determines the level of iron in a bloodstream. Iron is an essential part of hemoglobin, and other proteins, which carries oxygen to cells, tissues, and organs. In the case of iron deficiency practitioner ordered serum ferritin and TIBC (Total Iron Binding Capacity) It can be several causes develop to iron deficiency:

  • Not enough iron consume     * Inability to digest properly
  • Heavy bleeding                   * Absorption of iron not taken

in intestine

  • Growing rapidly

On the other hand, excessive observation of iron can lead to progressive accumulation iron and damage liver, heart and pancreas.


               Total Iron Binding Capacity /TIBC/


An essential blood test has help indicate a presence of iron deficiency or iron overloading. A health care provider’s are frequently ordered Iron blood test along with Ferritin and Transferrin. Those two tests are so essential to calculate the transferrin saturation. In iron deficiency the iron level becomes low, TIBC is elevated, and transferrin saturation becomes too low. If the iron overloading, the iron level in blood becomes elevated, TIBC is low or normal, and transferrin saturation to increase.


                    Folic Acid /Vitamin B-9/


This is a blood test to relieve a level of folic acid. The folic acid is a vitamin B group and essential in DNA synthesis, producing red cells, and crucial for healthy pregnancy. Study shows that sufficient level folic acid may reduce risk of breast, cervical, liver cancers. Decreased 55% risk of cardiovascular disease, make to positively impact homocysteine level. Folic acid is absorbed in small intestine and stored in liver. Human body doesn’t produce folic acid and make it to consuming leafy, beans, liver, spinach and asparagus.


       Cyanocobalamin /Vitamin B12/


Vitamin B12 test used to screen for and detect deficiency in people symptomatic and asymptomatic symptoms, and used for those who have conditions that leads at them at risk of Vitamin B12 deficiency. This may include individuals with vegetarian, vegan diets, or persons with a limited or inadequate diet, and after gastric bypass surgery. Decreased concentrations are seen in individuals with megablastic, pernicious anemia, and certain congenital and biochemical disorders. This is blood test result used to determine B12 deficiency and evaluate the proper treatment plan.


Glutathione (GSH) Nitribooster


Glutathione is the body’s own master antioxidant, and essential in many biological processes in human body. Based on clinical researches posted GSH was proven to improve your immune system, maximize the function of antioxidant, and support detoxification, and increase energy, strength level.

The GSH is a protein composed of 3 amino acids: Cysteine,



has produced by liver, and naturally present in the body from birth to death. But as we age the level GSH reduced at an average rate of 10% per decade after age 20, and we need supplements. The sources of GSH are garlic, onions, broccoli, Brussels spoors, parsley, spinach, beets, avocado, squash, asparagus, grapefruit, apples, oranges, peaches, bananas, melon, cherries, dairy products and eggs.

According researched to date, raising GSH level has been Clinically Proven to be beneficial for people diagnosed: * AIDS                            * Alzheimer’s

* Asthma                         * All Cancers

* Diabetes                       * Chronic Fatig

* Autoimmune disorder   * Glaucoma

* Kidney, Liver, Lungs     * Hepatitis

* Multiply Sclerosis         * Heart diseases

Glutathione (GSH) Deficiency:


The GSH deficiency occurs when your body is unable to produce enough glutathione, and become the main cause onset of the disease, or its progression, severity. According the research published in “Clinical Epidemiology”, “ The Immune System Care” journals has shown that most of chronic conditions reveals GSH’s deficiency.

Also, reducing the glutathione level may present in people to be in a good health stage. There are several reasons for that one of them is age, because GSH production reduced naturally an average rate of 10% per decade after age 20. Next is exposed to smoke, environmental pollution, viruses, and consumes not proper nutrition on daily basis.


The symptoms may include:

  • Dry skin                   * Headache
  • Dizziness                 * Sleep Disorder
  • Weakness/Lack of energy
  • Depression               * Brain “fog”
  • Joint pain                   * Rashes
  • Onset of a more serious health condition


What does GSH do in our bodies?


Detoxification – the glutathione destroys large numbers of toxins and radiations by convert in soluble compound then being excreted through the urine or bile.

Antioxidant – GSH is the powerful antioxidant to remove of toxins from body. The proper function of GSH makes positively effect on biomechanical processes in the bodies.

Repair DNA – Free radicals is constantly attack our body, and nearest molecules to “stealing” its electron. A molecule that loses electron then converts in a free radical. Once its started over and over, and converted cell dies or mutated. At times, the mutated cell converted to cancer. To replacing the missing electron in mutated cell performs by GSN, and elevated and maintaining GSH level can help to minimize mutation of DNA cells.

Increase energy – the biomechanical mechanism within your cells effect on our energy level, to muscle function, and even your sense of well-being. Clinical researches have shown that GSH includes mitochondria of a cell, enchanting muscle strength and endurance.

Side effect and contraindications: GSH is mostly safe for adults when taken by intramuscular, intravenous injections. The possible side effects are not known.

Special Precautions & Warning: if you are pregnant and/or breast – feeding you have to get doctor’s consultation. The medicine doesn’t have enough researches about GSH in pregnancy.


Benefit of Intramuscular(IM) Injections:


Nutritional Therapy is a powerful way to infuse an essential substances directly in cells, and accelerate recovery, healing, and wellbeing


  • (IM) injections are better absorbed by the body since the substances go directly into muscle tissue which has a great blood supply
  • (IM) injections are not effected intestinal and/or stomach lines
  • Total amount of infusion is available to the tissue
  • Nutrients forced into cells
  • Vitamins, Amino Acids, Minerals helps maintain the good health, and has been shown to be beneficial in helping for reduce stress, fatigue, improve mental alertness, increase energy, and endurance, weight loss
  • Support immune system; may help to improve sleep, and reduce allergy
  • Heavy metal detoxification




Acid Anhydride Profile
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH), Plasma
AFP-Fetoprotein, Serum, Tumor Marker
Albumin, Serum
ALCAT 50 Food
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 1
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 2
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 3
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 4
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 5
ALCAT Comprehensive Wellness 6
ALCAT Herbal Wellness 1
ALCAT Herbal Wellness 2
ALCAT Methyl Detox (Expanded) with Homocysteine
ALCAT Methyl Detox with Homocysteine
ALCAT Pediatric Wellness
ALCAT Platinum Comprehensive
ALCO Screen 02 -DOT Approved Rapid Alcohol
ALCO Screen FDA Cleared alcohol saliva test
Alkaline Phosphatase, Serum (ALP)
Allergen Panel, Food-Berry
Allergen Profile, Birch Plus
Allergen Profile, Food – Nuts
Allergen Profile, Food-Basic
Allergen Profile, Food-Citrus
Allergen Profile, Food-Fish
Allergen Profile, Food-Fruit
Allergen Profile, Food-Grain
Allergen Profile, Food-Legume
Allergen Profile, Food-Meat
Allergen Profile, Food-Milk
Allergen Profile, Food-Spice
Allergen Profile, Latex Plus
Allergen Profile, Mugwort Plus
Allergen Profile, Ragweed Plus
Allergen Profile, Shellfish
Auto Immune Panel
Allergen Profile, Vegetable I
Allergen Profile, Vegetable II
Allergens (MI, MN, and WI)
Allergy Comprehensive Combination Panel I, II & III plus mold
Allergy Mold Panel
Allergy Panel I Regional Environnmental
Allergy Panel II Basic Food
Allergy Panel III Expanded Food
Amylase, Serum
ANA Qualitative
ANA w/Reflex
ANA,(Ql) w/Reflex if Positive
Anabolic Steroids
Anemia Panel
Antinuclear Ab Reflex Cascade
Antistreptolysin O Antibodies
Arsenic Exposure Profile, Ur
Arsenic, Blood
Bacteriology Culture/Sensitivities; stool
Basic Check Up
Bath Salts- Designer stimulants- basic panel
Bath Salts- Designer stimulants- Expanded panel
Bilirubin, Total
Bilirubin, Total/Direct, Serum
BioHealth Lab – BioHealth Lab – Yeast Culture
BioHealth Lab – Clostridium difficile: Colitis Toxins A & B (C. diff)
BioHealth Lab – Cortisol
BioHealth Lab – Cryptosporidium Antigen
BioHealth Lab – Estradiol
BioHealth Lab – Estradiol/Testosterone
Blood draw:Immunolabs
Blood Type: ABO Grouping
Blood Type: ABO Grouping and Typing
BioHealth Lab – Estriol
BioHealth Lab – Estrone
BioHealth Lab – Expanded Premenopause Hormone Profile
BioHealth Lab – Female Hormone Profile
BioHealth Lab – Female Hormone Profile w/ Estrone
Biohealth Lab – Functional Adrenal Cortisol Rhythm
Biohealth Lab – Functional Adrenal Stress Profile
Biohealth Lab – Functional Adrenal Stress Profile plus V
Biohealth Lab – Functional Adrenal Stress Profile plus V w/ Estrone
BioHealth Lab – GI Pathogen Screen
Breath Alcohol Test
Bood draw: Doctor’s Data
BioHealth Lab – Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) Stool Antigen
BioHealth Lab – Melatonin
BioHealth Lab – Ova & Parasite
BioHealth Lab – Premenopause Hormone Profile
BioHealth Lab – Progesterone
BioHealth Lab – Testosterone
Blood draw: Boston Heart
Blood draw: CYREX
Blood draw: General
Blood draw: GENOVA
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BioHealth Lab – GI Pathogen Screen with H. pylori Antigen (Combination: #401 and #418)
BioHealth Lab – Giardia Antigen
C-Reactive Protein (CRP), Cardiac
C-Reactive Protein, Quant
Ca+PTH Intact
Cadmium, Blood
Cadmium, Urine
Celiac Disease II
Celiac Disease Profile With Reflex
Chlamydia trachomatis, NAA
Chlamydia/ Gonorrhea NNA
Chlamydia/GC NAA, Confirmation
Comprehensive Stool Analysis w/ Parasitology x1
Comprehensive Stool Analysis w/ Parasitology x2
Comprehensive Stool Analysis w/ Parasitology x3
Creatinine, Urine
Calcium, Serum
Cancer Antigen (CA) 125
Cancer Antigen (CA) 15-3
Cancer Screen Panel – Female
Cancer Screen Panel – Male
CMP- Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, SMAC
Comprehensive Blood Elements (whole blood + serum elements)
Comprehensive Cardiovascular Risk
Comprehensive Vaginosis Profile
Cortisol AM
Cotinine (Nicotine Metabolite), Serum
Creatinine, Urine
Creatinine, Urine
Comprehensive Clostridium Culture
Comprehensive Drug Panel- Screen for 600
Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9 (CA-19)
Cardiovascular Risk Profile
CBC (Complete Blood Count) with Differential/Platelet
Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity; serum
Comprehensive Drug Panel-confirmation (each)
Comprehensive Parasitology x1
Comprehensive Parasitology x2
Comprehensive Parasitology x3
Comprehensive Stool Analysis
Creatine Kinase, Total, Serum
Creatinine Clearance
Creatinine, Urine
Designer Drugs Exp. Panel
Designer Drugs Standard Panel
DHEA – Sulfate
Diabetes Risk Panel
Diagnostic Solutions – GI Pathogens Profile
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Diagnostic Solutions – H.Pylori
Digoxin (Lanoxin), Serum
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
DNA Oxidative Damage; Urine
Doctor’s Data – Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity Blood Spot
Drug Test – 5 Panel Hair + Exp. Opiates
Drug Test – 5 Panel Oral Fluid (lab)
Drug Test – 6 Panel Urine Rapid
Doctor’s Data – Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity Serum
Doctor’s Data – Comprehensive Stool Analysis
Doctor’s Data – DNA Methylation; bloodspot
Doctor’s Data – DNA Methylation; whole blood
Doctor’s Data – Glutathione, Erythrocytes
Doctor’s Data – Hepatic Detox Profile
Doctor’s Data – Methylation Profile plasma
Doctor’s Data – Neuro-Biogenic Amines, Comprehensive; Urine
Doctor’s Data – Oxidized LDL
Doctor’s Data – Urine Toxic & Essential Elements
Doctor’s Data – Urine Toxic Metals
Drug Test – 10 Panel Urine (rapid)
Drug Test – 5 Panel Hair
Doctor’s Data – Vitamin D (25OH D2 & D3); bloodspot
Drug Test – 10 Panel Urine (Lab) Plus Extended Opiates
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Drug Test – 7 Panel Urine (lab)
Drug Test – 9 Panel Urine (lab)
Drug Test – 9 Panel Urine – Lower THC cutoff levels
Drug Test – 10 panel blood
Drug Test – 10 panel plus alcohol (urine)
Drug Test – 10 panel plus alcohol (urine)- for healthcare students
Drug Test – 10 Panel Urine (Lab)
Drug Test – 5 Panel Urine DOT
EBV, Chronic/Active Infection
Elastase; stool
Electrolyte Panel
Endomysial Antibody IgA
Estradiol (E2)
ETG Alcohol Hair Test
ETG Alcohol Urine Lab Test
Fatty Acids; Erythrocytes
Fecal Metals
Fibrinogen Activity
Folate (Folic Acid)
FSH and LH
FSH, Serum
gamma GT
Genova – Yeast Culture
Genova – Allergix IgG4 Food Antibodies – Bloodspot 30
Genova – Allergix IgG4 Food Antibodies 90 – Serum
Genova – Amino Acids 20 Profile – Plasma
Genova – Bacterial Overgrowth Breath Test
Genova – Bile acids-ADD ON ONLY
Genova – Bone Resorption Assay
Genova – Calprotectin
Genova – Campylobacter-ADD-ON TEST ONLY
Genova – CDSA 2.0 w/o Pararasitology
Genova – CDSA-Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis
Growth Hormone Panel
Gut Health Profile (GHP) -ALCAT Test for Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease
Genova – CDSA/P (Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis/Parasitology)TM
Genova – Clostridium difficile-ADD-ON ONLY
Genova – Complete Hormones
Genova – Urine Toxic Elements Clearance Profile
Glucose, Plasma
Glucose, Serum
Glutathione; Erythrocytes
Glycohemoglobin (GHb), Total
Genova – Complete Hormones-Male
Genova – Comprehensive Parasitology Profile
Genova – CV Health plus Genomics(includes MTHFR and APO E markers)
Genova – DetoxiGenomic Profile (buccal swab)
Genova – Essential/Metabolic Fatty Acid Analysis-Plasma
Genova – Food Allergy IgG & Total IgE
Genova – H. Pylori stool
Genova – H. Pylori Stool, Add On
Genova – Inhalant Profile, IgE
Genova – Intestinal Permeability (Leaky Gut)
Genova – Macroscopic Exam for worms-ADD ON ONLY
Genova – Metabolic Analysis Profile
Genova – Mold Profile, IgE-Genova
Genova – NutrEval(w/ Nutient & Toxic Elements)
Genova – Occult blood-ADD ON ONLY
Genova – Optimal Nutritional Evaluation (ONE)
Genova – Organix® Comprehensive Profile – Urine
Genova – Oxidative Stress 2.0, blood
Genova – Oxidative Stress 2.0, urine
Genova – Parasitology
Genova – Phthalates and Parabens Profile-Metametrix KIT
Genova – Rhythm
Genova – Rhythm Plus
Genova – Spice Profile, IgG
Genova – TRIAD® Profile – Blood & Urine
Genova – TRIAD® Profile – Bloodspot & Urine
H pylori Breath Test, Peds
H. Pylori Antigen; stool
H. pylori Breath Test
Hair Elements
Hair Toxic Element Exposure Profile
Heart Health Panel
Heavy Metals Profile I, Blood
Heavy Metals Profile I, Urine
Heavy Metals Profile II, Blood
Heavy Metals Profile II, Urine
Hemoglobin A1c
Hemoglobin A1c with eAG Estimation
Hepatic function screen
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A Antibody, IgM
Hepatitis B Core Ab, IgM
Hepatitis B Core Antibody, Total
Hepatitis B Surface AB (titer)
Hepatitis B Surface AB (titer)- for healthcare students
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
Hepatitis B Virus Core Ab, IgG/IgM Diff
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Antibody
Hepatitis C Virus Ab w/Rflx to Alternate Ab
Hepatitis C Virus Genotyping
Hepatitis C Virus reflex to Quant RT PCR
Hepatitis Panel, Acute
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1/2 Typing
Herpes Simplex Virus I/II, IgG
Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1-Specific Ab, IgG
Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2-Specific Ab, IgG (HSV2)
Herpes Simplex Virus, IgM I/II Combination
HGH, Growth Hormone
HIV Recent Exposure DNA
Homocysteine, Plasma (Homocystine)
Hormone Panel – Male
Hormone Panel – Female
Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
IGF-1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor I)
IGF-1 with Z-Score
Immunization Panel (titers)
Immuno BloodPrint 115
Immuno Bloodprint 154 (Comprehensive)
Immuno BloodPrint 88
Immuno BloodPrint Kosher 108
Immuno BloodPrint Vegetarian 104
Immunoglobulin A, Quant, Serum
Immunoglobulin E, Total (IgE)
Insulin, Fasting
Intestinal Permeability
Intrinsic Factor
Intrinsic Pathway Factors
Iodine serum
Iron, Serum
Isocyanates Profile
Iodine, 24 hour urine
Iodine, Random Urine
Iron and TIBC
K2 Spice (synthetic marijuana)
Labrix – Adrenal Function Panel
Labrix – Any Three Hormones
Labrix – Any Two Hormones
Labrix – Basic Hormone Panel
Labrix – Comprehensive Hormone Panel
Labrix – Comprehensive Plus Panel
Labrix – Diurnal Cortisol Panel
Labrix – DPD Bone Density Test
Labrix – FindWhy Weight Control Test
Labrix – Individual Neurotransmitter
Labrix – NeuroAdrenal Panel
Labrix – Neurobasic Panel
Labrix – NeuroHormone Complete Panel
Labrix – NeuroHormone Complete Plus (MOST COMPLETE PANEL)
Labrix – Short Comprehensive Panel
Labrix – Single Hormone
Labrix – Women’s Health and Breast Panel
Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase (LD or LDH)
Lactoferrin; stool
LASA (Lipid-associated Sialic Acid)
Lead, Blood (Adult)
Lead, Blood (Pediatric)
Lead, Urine (Adult)
LH – ( Luteinizing Hormone), Serum
Life Insurance Physical Panel
Lipid Cascade
Lipid Panel
Lipid Panel With LDL:HDL Ratio
Lipid Panel With Total Cholesterol:HDL Ratio
Lipoprotein (a)
Lipoprotein-associated Phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2)
Lithium (Eskalith), Serum
Low Testosterone Panel
Lyme Disease
Lyme Titer
Lysozyme; stool
Macroscopic Examination; stool
Magnesium, Serum
Menopause Panel
Mercury, Blood
Mercury, Urine
Methylmaloic Acid, Serum
Methyltetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) Genetic Mutation
Microalbumin:Creatinine Ratio, Random Urine
Microbiology Profile; stool
Mixed martial arts (MMA) Combative Trio
MMR Antibodies (titers)
MMR Antibodies (titers)- for healthcare students
Mumps antibodies, IgG (titer)
Mumps antibodies, IgG (titer)- for healthcare students
MMR, Varicella and Hepatitis B titers
MMR, Varicella and Hepatitis B titers (for healthcare students)
Mobile blood draw
Myoglobin, Quantitative, Serum
NEFA Free (nonesterified fatty acids)
NHS Nutrition Panel
Nicotine Rapid Screen Urine
Oxidized LDL
Parasitology x1
Parasitology x2
Parasitology x3
Plasma Amino Acids
PTH, Intact
Protein Electro, 24-Hour Urine
Protein, Total, Serum
Prothombin Time /PT INR
PSA Total
PTT, Activated
PT and PTT
Pregnancy – HCG -Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, Quantitative
Red Blood Cell (RBC) Elements
Renal Panel
Results 22 Panel
Reticulocyte Ct
Reverse T3
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rubella antibodies, IgG (titers)
Rubeola (measles) antiodies
Syphilis _ Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR), Qualitative Test
Secretory IgA; stool
Serum Elements
Sex Hormone Binding Glob, Serum (SHBG)
Shiga Toxin(s); stool
Spectracell – Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) Genotyping
Spectracell – Cardiometabolic Panel
Spectracell – Factor V Leiden Genotyping
Spectracell – Female Hormone Panel
Spectracell – LPP (Lipoprotein Particle Numbers)
Spectracell – LPP Plus
Spectracell – Male Hormone Panel
Spectracell – Micronutrient Panel
Spectracell – PreDiabetes
Spectracell – Prothrombin Genotyping
Spectracell – Standard Lipid
Spectracell – Telomere
Spectracell – Thyroid-Adrenal Panel
Spectrum I: Regional Inhalants (IgE) – 45 grasses, weeds, trees, molds, dander
Spectrum II: Basic Food Allergy Panel (IgE) – 46 foods
Spectrum III: Basic Combo Panel (IgE) – Spectrum panels I & II
Spectrum IV: Expanded Food Allergy Panel (IgE) – 90 Foods
Spectrum IX: Super Combo Panel – Spectrum I, IV &V
Spectrum V: Expanded Foods (IgG) – 90 foods
Spectrum VI: Expanded Food Allergy Combo (IgE) – Spectrum I and IV
Spectrum VII: Expanded Food Sensitivity Combo (IgG) – Spectrum I & V
Spectrum VIII: Expanded Food IgE & IgG – Spectrum IV & V
Spectrum X: Mold Panel
Spectrum XI: Pediatric Allergy Panel -34 food allergens
Stat Test Fee
STD – Panel I
STD -Panel II
STD Panel – Complete (Peace of Mind)
STD Panel – Comprehensive (incl. Trich)
Stool Chemistries
Suboxone (Buprenorphine)
t-Transglutaminase (tTG) IgA
t-Transglutaminase (tTG) IgG
T3 Uptake
TB Gold (QuantiFERON)
TB Mantoux
Testosterone, Free, Direct
Testosterone, Free, Direct With Total Testosterone
Testosterone, Serum
Thyroglobulin (Tg) With Antithyroglobulin Antibody
Thyroglobulin, Quantitative
Thyroglobulin,Quant Rebaseline (eff 8/13 to 8/14)
Thyroid Antibodies
Thyroid Antithyroglobulin Ab
Thyroid Cascade Profile
Thyroid Panel
Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) Ab
Thyroid Profile I (Thyroid Profile With TSH)
Thyroid Profile II (Comprehensive)
Thyroid Profile III
Thyroxine (T4)
Thyroxine (T4) Free, Direct, S
Thyroxine (T4) Free, Direct, S
Thyroxine (T4) Free, Direct, S
Toxigenic C. Difficile Culture
Toxigenic C. Difficile DNA; stool
Triiodothryonine (T3) Free, Serum
Triiodothyronine (T3)
Troponin T
TSH and T4
TSH Rfx on Abnormal to Free T4
Uric Acid
Urinalysis, Complete With Microscopic Examination
Urinalysis, Complete With Microscopic Examination w/Reflex to Culture, complete
Urinalysis, Routine
Urine Amino Acids
Urine Culture, Comprehensive
Urine Essential Elements
Urine Fluoride
Urine Halides (Iodine, Fluoride, & Bromine)
Urine Halides; Pre & Post Loading combo
Urine Iodine
Urine Iodine; Pre & Post Loading combo
Urine Mercury
Urine Porphyrins
Urine Toxic & Essential Elements
Urine Toxic Metals
Valporic Acid
Varicella V Ab, IgG (titers)
Varicella V Ab, IgG (titers) – for healthcare students
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Blood
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy
Vitamin B12 and Folates
Vitamin B6, Plasma (pyridoxal phosphate)
Vitamin C
Vitamin D (25OH D2 & D3); serum
Wellness Panel – Male
Wellness Panel – Female
Whole Blood Chromium & Vanadium
Whole Blood Elements
Westergren Sed rate (ESR/erythrocyte sedimentation rate)
Yeast Culture/Sensitivities; stool