By Hyla Cass, Kathleen Barnes
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You can ask him or her to order some of the basic, office-based tests and maybe even have them covered by your health insurance. However, it’s not absolutely essential to have a doctor at this point. Many of the lab tests we recommend are available without a prescription. Some are available in community clinics or even in drugstores and supermarkets. Others are available as kits you can purchase at pharmacies. There are some you can do at home—saliva, blood spot (finger prick), urine, or hair samples.
Excessive or depressed levels can indicate kidney problems, breathing or lung problems, poisoning or drug overdose, severe diarrhea, uncontrolled diabetes, or severe dehydration. Normal range is 20–29 mmol/L. • Creatinine is a breakdown product of creatine, a constituent of muscle, and measures the kidneys’ ability to excrete waste in the urine. Week 3—Diagnostic Lab Tests 31 Elevated creatinine levels can indicate kidney problems. 4 mg/dL. • Glucose is an evaluation of how well the body is converting and breaking down foods into energy, how well the liver is working, and how well the organs that help regulate blood sugar are working.
Toxin Imbalances In our modern world, most of us are subject to toxic overloads caused by everything from air pollution to contaminated food and exposure to cigarette smoke. Even generally healthy foods such as fish can be a source of toxic mercury, and poisoning can cause brain and nervous system damage. Learn how to avoid these toxins and to clear out those already ingested. Musculoskeletal Imbalances (Headaches, Arthritis, and Osteoporosis) When your body’s structure—the bones and muscles that support you—becomes imbalanced, it can show up as back pain, joint pain, Week 4—Making Your Plan 45 carpal tunnel syndrome, pinched nerves, or headaches.
8 Weeks to Vibrant Health by Hyla Cass, Kathleen Barnes