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Signs Of Nutritional Imbalance Evident In Blood Chemistry Analysis

Posted by Daniel Sanelli, M.Sc. on May 18, 2011 6:00:00 AM

As we continue our series on Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, I wanted to point out what sorts of recommendations may result after a careful evaluation of blood tests. Note also the signs of nutritional imbalance that should alert one to pursue health assessment and testing with a trained practitioner.

Blood Chemistry Analysis

Nutritional Analysis of Your Blood Test May Indicate the Need for:

  • Diet and lifestyle changes

  • Nutritional support of metabolic pathways
  • Nutritional support of key organs for weight loss and detoxification

  • Key nutrients such as Vitamin A, B6, B12, D

  • Fluid and electrolyte balance

  • Minerals such as magnesium, calcium and iron

  • Tissue hydration

  • And much more...

Signs of Nutritional Imbalance:

  • Mental and emotional symptoms including mood swings

  • Structural/musculoskeletal symptoms

  • Optical symptoms like difficulty in night vision

  • Symptoms such as weight gain, fatigue, pain, etc.

  • Cardiovascular health issues

  • Others...

A person's state of health should be monitored regularly. Doing so can significantly reduce the risk of developing many common disorders that plague our society today…such as…heart disease, cancer, diabetes/blood sugar imbalances, liver and thyroid conditions, kidney disease, stroke, anemia, vitamin/mineral deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, fatigue, abnormal weight gain, mood imbalances, bone loss, sexual dysfunction, memory impairment, and so on. There is no better time than right now to take the necessary steps to scientifically prevent future disease and achieve optimal health and wellbeing!

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Topics: cardiovascular health

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