DO YOUR LABS SHOW NORMAL?
Have you had your labs done, but they show everything is normal, yet you still feel unwell? Find out why your labs show normal, but you’re still dealing with symptoms.
Are you doing all of the research about your health on your own? Have you been to ever specialist in the area, and yet, you still don’t have answers? Do you scour the internet for hours trying to understand your symptoms and hopefully discover the root cause of them?
Have you been to the doctor only for them to tell you all of your labs are normal, but you still don’t feel well?
Do you want to feel great again? Do you want to FINALLY find out what is causing your symptoms?
The first thing is to realize that the system failed you. We’ve been fed misinformation that has misled us for decades and has been led by profit driven industries that want you to be a patient for life. In fact, 76% of visits to the doctor end in a prescription.
Here is why your labs are normal, but you still feel sick.
Lab ranges are determined by a bell curve, they are based on population. So your labs can be skewed based on where you are having them run. You can be prediabetic in Utah, but be within the normal range down in Alabama where diabetes is much more common than in Utah.
The Lancet released a study where they found that 95% of the world’s population has at least one chronic healthcare issue.
Functional Blood Results vs Disease
#1 Functional blood chemistry looks at the picture
Functional blood chemistry panels evaluate approximately 50+ different blood markers that play a role in detecting a variety of underlying health imbalances and conditions, including:
- Hyperglycemia & Hypoglycemia (high blood sugar and low blood sugar)
- Impaired kidney function
- Impaired liver function
- Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances
- Muscle mass (loss or gain)
- Impaired gallbladder function
- Iron deficiency and iron overload
- B12 deficiency
- Anemia (iron or B12/folate related)
- Cholesterol and heart disease
- Blood sugar balance
- Thyroid function (hypo- or hyper- thyroidism)
- Viral and bacterial infection
- Vitamin D deficiency or toxicity
We want to end pain and chronic disease for a million people by 2025. This means:
- No pain, no disease
- No aging
- Mentally fit
- Health independence
- Fun, active lifestyle
- Physically fit
- No lab imbalances
- Emotionally vibrant
- Living with purpose
Do you want to wait until you’re in full blown diabetes? Or do you want to start taking steps to prevent that from happening? Once you know what problems you can face in the future, you can begin to adjust your lifestyle and diet to help you prevent further internal issues.
Watch the full webinar below.