Testing List :
Saliva testing is proving to be the most reliable medium
for measuring hormone levels. Hormone levels in saliva accurately
represent the amount of hormone
delivered to receptors in the body, unlike serum which
represents hormone levels that may or may not be delivered to receptors
of the body. Clinically, it is
far more relevant to test the amount of hormones
delivered to the tissue receptors as this is a reflection of the active
hormone levels of the body.
Who Should be Tested?
Both men and women experience changes in hormone
levels with age. Sometimes those changes result in unpleasant symptoms
that demand attention.
Often, the changes are more subtle yet there is
still an impact on overall health.
Hormone testing is applicable for:
Men and women concerned with changing hormone levels as a result of age.
Cycling women experiencing PMS symptoms, perhaps related to a hormonal imbalance.
Peri and post-menopausal women concerned with their estradiol and progesterone levels for replacement considerations.
Those wishing to monitor their hormone levels
following replacement therapy (oral, sublingual or topical), and
subsequently regulate their supplement levels.
Anyone with symptoms involving fatigue,
insomnia, stress, immunity problems, blood sugar problems, and
overweight should be tested for cortisol levels
as well as "sex" hormones.
Men and women of any age who are having symptoms
of hormone imbalances should test for all hormones that may be
associated with their symptoms.
Men and women over the age of forty may want to
do a baseline test. Frequently imbalances will be detectable for a time
period before symptoms gain attention.
2. Adrenal Function Panel (Stress test)
3. 50 Blood Panel Health & Wellness report
4. V-D-25 Hyroxy Test
5. Testosterone Test
6. DHEA Test
7. Estrone Test
8. Estradiol Test
9. Cortisol Test
10. Progesterone Panel
11. Diurnal Cortisol Panel
12. Neurotransmitter Test (Brain)
only in the United States
Labrix offers Vitamin D BloodDrop
testing, a convenient and accurate serum testing methodology researched and
developed for convenient, home collection of the patient sample without the
inconvenience of venipuncture.
14. Hair Analysis Testing
Dr Phillip Dietrich hair mineral analysis test determines
exactly what chemicals are inside of you, including radiation, heavy metals
such as mercury, food chemicals, pesticides and more! Generic medical lab tests
don't identify deep tissue toxins or nutrient depletion. The
is the BEST tool out there to show you if you are toxic or if you are out of
balance with essential nutrients.
Having an analysis performed is one of the most accurate
ways of detecting toxic metals within your tissues and determining your vitamin
and nutrient imbalances. You first must IDENTIFY the cause or causes of your
health symptoms before you attempt to "heal" them.
How Does Dr. Dietrich's
Hair/Mineral Test Work?
Dr. Dietrich sends a sample of your hair to a testing
laboratory. The protein in the fiber of your hair holds the composition of your
body's tissues for a particular period of time. By analyzing the hair fiber
composition, you can identify toxins that have accumulated in your body, and
can determine what vitamins and minerals are depleted, or too abundant, causing
an imbalance in body function.
By detoxifying unnatural chemicals and by replenishing specific
vitamins individual to your needs, proper health can be restored through
nutrition. The human hair analysis can give you this information.
Test fees include Test kit, mailer, test instructions, Preparing report, shipping, and test results which takes about an 1 Hour with in person or over the phone consultation with Dr Dietrich.
If you not
sure were to begin give us a call Dr Phillip Dietrich would be glad to
stir you in the right direction.