Erythrocytes Fatty Acids Analysis

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Are you experiencing Alzheimer’s Disease, seizure disorders, and having heart problems, and high blood pressure? It could have something to do with your fatty acid levels. Fatty acid level testing could reveal the required balance needed for your optimal health and wellness.

Principal

Doctor’s Data, Inc., DDI (Illinois, USA)

Description

Measures the primary Omega-6 and Omega-3 PUFAs, and monounsaturated, saturated, and trans fatty acids that are present as constituents of phospholipids in the membranes of erythrocytes. Each fatty acid is reported as a percentage of the total fatty acids measured and important fatty acid ratios are presented. Commentary is provided for results exceeding reference intervals.

Indications

ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Blood Pressure, Cardiovascular Health, Coagulation, Lipid/Lipoprotein Levels, Immune Response, Inflammatory Response to Injury and Infection, Seizure Disorders, Tumor Growth and Inhibition

Specimen

8 ml whole blood

Preparation

The test requires no special diet or fasting prior to collection. Please refrain from taking supplemental oils (e.g. Fish oil) on the day of collection. Never discontinue prescription medications without first consulting your physician.

Methodology

DETERMINE THE IDEAL FATTY ACIDS LEVELS

Nowadays, most diets are high in carbohydrates and unhealthy saturated fats,, and this can lead to imbalanced essential and nonessential fatty acid intake. Erythrocyte or red blood cell fatty acid analysis is used to assess levels of and balance among the essential and non-essential fatty acids required for optimal health and wellness.

Essential fatty acids play a role in our cells, blood pressure, lipid levels, and our immune response to injury and infection.

Erythrocyte Fatty Acid analysis is used in developing the most effective dietary and supplemental treatment program to restore the correct levels among fatty acids.

ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Blood Pressure
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Coagulation
  • Lipid/Lipoprotein Levels
  • Immune Response
  • Inflammatory Response to Injury and Infection
  • Seizure Disorders
  • Tumor Growth and Inhibition

HOW ERYTHROCYTES FATTY ACIDS ANALYSIS CAN HELP YOU

  • Can help in developing the most effective dietary and supplemental treatment program to restore appropriate ratios among fatty acids.
  • Can identify if fatty acid levels are the cause of mental health conditions (ADHD, Alzheimer’s Disease, etc), and cardiovascular and blood-related conditions.
  • The results can lead to improved and customized treatment strategies and patient outcomes

WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • The test requires no special diet or fasting prior to collection.
  • You should however refrain from taking supplemental oils (e.g. Fish oil) on the day of collection.
  • Specimen: Blood
  • Turnaround time: Three to four weeks

END-TO-END PROCEDURE

  1. The doctor will prescribe the test.
  2. GMT’s key account manager will get in touch with you to schedule the extraction of the sample. They will also answer additional questions you might have about the procedure.
  3. GMT’s medical technologist will personally go to the agreed location to collect the sample.
  4. The specimen will then be analyzed in the laboratory.

A GREAT WAY OF ASSESSING YOUR CONDITION–THROUGH YOUR FATTY ACIDS

The DDI Fatty Acids performs nutritional testing to determine the appropriate balance of essential fatty acids. Through this, one can determine if this is the cause of your condition or symptom, and you can have the ideal health and wellbeing after a recommendation is made based on the results.

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