Functional Medicine: Where Science Meets Nature! Beran Parry Blog

16 Sep, 2021

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It’s scientifically proven:


Although the first test is important for identifying health problems, subsequent testing is also crucial to let you know whether your protocol is working.

The key to longevity is ongoing lab testing … testing once is only the start and won’t provide permanent health!

You also need to ensure that the way in which your lab tests are interpreted is correct… conventional medicine may have a very standard emergency room interpretation .. and sometimes we need to dig deeper with a more functional interpretation

Here are some examples…

Food sensitivity testing. If what you eat regularly causes inflammation, this contributes to chronic health disorders.

Gut testing. Gut problems contribute to chronic health issues. Tests can screen for leaky gut, gut function, parasites, bacterial overgrowth, and autoimmune reactions.

Blood chemistry panel. This is an excellent starting point in functional medicine testing and includes the use of functional medicine ranges (versus lab ranges). Blood testing screens for some diseases and can catch a trend toward a disease while there’s still time to reverse it.

Chemical and metal sensitivity testing. As with foods, an immune reaction to can trigger chronic inflammatory health disorders.

Adrenal testing. Adrenal testing reveals the relationship between your health and stress handling. The most important test is the second one because it shows if your protocol is working. If not, you need to dig deeper.

Hormone testing. Hormone imbalances profoundly affect health. Testing screens for excesses, deficiencies, feedback loops, and how well you metabolize hormones.

DNA genetic testing. Genetic testing delivers insight into disease risk and genetic metabolic variations that affect health. An example is the MTHFR variance.

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