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Testing options

We take a personalised approach to finding the right test for you. This guide is an introduction to the 100’s of tests we can access, from a number of UK laboratories.

Metabolic health test

Metabolic health - Finger prick or venous blood draw

Are you at risk of metabolic disease, (diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure) or worried about your long term health?  This test analyses HbA1c (blood sugars), Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, TSH, Free T3, Free T4, (Thyroid) and common nutritional deficiencies Ferritin (iron), Vitamin D, Vitamin B12,  and Folate (B9). 


Nutritional deficiencies
- Method varies

Shortfalls in our diet, inability to absorb, medication side effects or simply needing more than ‘average’ can result in symptoms caused by lack of nutrients. Commonly, the B vitamins, Vitamin D, iron, zinc, magnesium and fatty acids are implicated in poor health.


Nutritional deficiency test
Digestive stool test

Digestive health - Stool analysis

Our ‘poo’ can help us understand what’s going on in our digestive tract. Infections, inflammation, parasites and yeasts, the state of our gut bacteria - friend and foe, short chain fatty acids, and immune markers can speed up resolution of your symptoms.


Digestive health - Intolerance
and allergies

Food intolerances (IgG) and Allergies (IgE) can be a common cause of digestive distress, in particular gluten and lactose. We can also look at intestinal barrier function, histamine levels and coeliac diagnosis.


Food intolerance and allergies test
Sex hormone test

Hormones: Sex hormones
- urine analysis

Our sex hormones have a huge influence on our systemic health. This test shows estrogen, progesterone and testosterone and how they are being broken down in the body, alongside the master hormone DHEA, and cortisol, our stress hormone. Markers for Vitamin B6, B12, melatonin (sleep hormone) and oxidative stress complete the picture.


Hormones: Stress levels
- saliva test

Stress and burnout can give rise to a host of symptoms such as fatigue, weakness, sugar cravings, insomnia, dizzy spells, headaches, infections, sleep disturbance, anxiety and depression. By measuring our cortisol over 24 hours, we can assess whether this is a driving force of dysfunction.


Hormones stress levels test
Hormones thyroid function test

Hormones: Thyroid function
- finger prick or venous blood draw

Our thyroid sets our metabolism, how fast or slow our entire body runs. You may not always be offered a full thyroid panel with your GP. TSH, Free T3, Free T4, Total T4, Total T3, Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO), Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TGA), Reverse T3 (rT3) and T3 Uptake are possible to determine if this is a root cause of weight problems, fatigue, digestive issues, temperature control, and more.


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