While there’s no miracle age-eraser, your body holds the key to a leaner body, youthful skin, and better sex, regardless of your age. The human body is a complicated mechanism of interconnected systems. These systems need to operate in harmony to achieve optimal health, so even the slightest imbalance can affect our skin, our energy levels and even our moods. Fortunately, there is a secret to looking and feeling younger: the secret to anti-aging is in your blood.
This comprehensive and more extensive blood panel includes:
Advanced Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Health—looking at HDL, LDL, and triglycerides, as well as Lp(a) and homocysteine which measures plaque buildup.
Liver and Kidney Health—testing over five markers.
Hormones—anti-aging hormones can help you feel younger.
Metabolic and Growth Hormones—from cortisol, IGF-1 and insulin levels, we can see a full picture of your metabolic function.
Advanced Thyroid and Blood Sugar—five markers including glucose, HbA1c, TSH 3rd generation, free T3, and free T4.
Advanced Inflammation—many aging signs have to deal with inflammation issues, these
specific markers can help you see why your body is experiencing inflammation.
Blood Count and Advanced Nutrients—to look at essential nutrients in your body. Healthy nutrient levels equals healthy-looking skin.
Reproductive Panel—sex and reproductive hormones have a lot to do with aging signs.
Adrenals—adrenal glands which affect everything from your metabolic function to your memory, and inflammation. Healthy levels mean a healthy body.
Blood Chemistry—to check toxin levels in your system.
Bone Markers—to protect your skeletal health. Bone health is an essential part of anti-aging.
Tumor Markers—specific markers to help detect cancer risks.
A blood test usually isn’t the definitive way to diagnose a medical problem, but your blood can provide vital clues about what’s happening inside your body and can be used as a road map to ensure that your body is completely primed to perform at its peak capacity. Unless you know what your blood looks like under a microscope, there is no way for you to identify with 100% confidence what steps you should take to eat the right diet, to take the right supplements, to protect your health, to enhance your well-being, and perhaps most importantly, to live with as high a quality of life as possible.
If you want to get a full picture of the state of your health, then you should definitely get your blood levels tested. Everyone ages, but you don’t have to feel its effects.