Blood work can be confusing to understand.
What do all of these markers mean?
What do these numbers mean?
How do they relate to each other?
The honest truth is, for the most part, one marker means nothing alone.
One blood draw is only a piece of the puzzle, a singular point in time.
A number is not just a number – its there to tell us something about the body and its function.
I have the training to help you understand what the various markers analyzed in your bloodwork mean and discover any possible deficiencies.
Did you know that the ranges on your bloodwork that are considered “normal” are simply just an average of the population who was gotten their blood drawn at that lab within the past year?
If you’ve gotten your blood drawn from multiple labs, you will notice the ranges provided are different.
There are pathological ranges and functional ranges. The main difference between the functional range and pathological range is the degree of deviation allowed within their normal ranges.
The pathological range is used to diagnose disease; the functional range is used to assess risk for disease before disease develops.
- CBC (complete blood count with differential)
- Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
- Lipid Panel
- Iron Panel
- Full Thyroid Panel
- Additional Miscellaneous Markers
You can send up to 3 lab draws (all panels-from 3 different dates) to have them entered into a table that shows both pathological ranges & functional ranges
- An explanation of any blood markers that are out of functional range
- An explanation of any additional blood markers you are curious about
- A focus on how to shift the terrain of your body so that you can nourish your roots and heal/support the branches (symptoms)