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Lab Values Everyone Needs to Know


memory loss brain mapping brain toxicity attention deficit disorder ADD ADHD autism Asperger's Syndrome post concussion syndromeWhat blood test values should you be most concerned with?

  • Vitamin D-3 Level (25 – OH Vit D3 )
    • Ideal is 65 – 100 ng/ml as long as serum calcium 10 or less.
    • Research suggests we need this hormone for protection against a number of serious diseases, including many types of cancer.
    • Needed for bone health
  • HemoglobinA1C (glycocylated hemoglobin)
    • Ideal is less than 5.0 (lower is better)
    • Is a measurement of the percentage of blood sugar attached to hemoglobin, the oxygen carrying protein in red blood cells.
    • The test indicates average blood sugar levels for the past three months
  • Fasting Insulin
    • Ideal is less than 7
    • In this blood test your blood is tested after an overnight fast.
  • hsCRP (cardiac high sensitivity CRP)
    • Ideal is less than .5
    • Is a substance produced by the liver that increases in the presence of inflammation in the body.
    • Low-level internal inflammation can lead to many serious, age-related diseases.
  • Homocysteine
    • Ideal 7-9
    • Single greatest cause of brain degeneration and shrinkage
    • Elevated homocysteine levels are thought to contribute to plaque formation by damaging arterial walls. High levels may also act on blood platelets and increase the risks of clot formation.
    • Some evidence suggests that people with elevated homocysteine levels have twice the normal risk of developingAlzheimer’s
    • Homocysteine elevations strongly suggest problems in using folic acid and critical B-Vitamins properly.

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