Men's Health Panel 6
37 Tests with 137 Biomarkers
What Is Your Story?
What does your blood say about your health?
Most men choose NOT to go to doctor's until there is a problem. Which fits with the old adage "if it ain't broke don't fix it!"
Though what if you could run comprehensive test panels and receive easy to understand reports about what those tests mean all while paying a fraction of the cost of the tests themselves.
Here's your chance. This panel has 37 tests that look at 137 bio-markers (see the list of tests below). The retail price on all of these tests with the easy to understand report would be about $3,500, if your doctor would even run these tests for you.
Most doctors won't run many of these tests due to the fact that most insurance companies won't cover the cost of tests unless there is an underlying condition/disease to run the test. However, more and more people are wanting to keep their bodies in Optimal Health and testing and understanding your Bodies Story is key to an Optimal Health and longevity.
We offer these lab tests and the easy to understand report for under $750.
How it works. Simply click on the Order Now button and you will be directed to our Lab Partner's website where you just follow the simple instructions.
On our Lab partner's website just click the add to cart button then hit checkout. You will be prompted to select a lab draw center near you and enter your personal information prior to actually purchasing your labs. Once your lab order is complete you will receive the form to take to your local draw center and they will draw your blood and the results will be generated along with a easy to understand report. This report will make it easy for you to track your progress as you make the recommended changes to your health and then retest in the future the report will create comparison charts that make it easy to track your progress.
Tests run in this panel: CBC, CMP, UA, Apo A1+B, Lipid panel, Lipoprotein fraction ion, PSA, Iron + TIBC, GGT, TSH, Total T4, Total T3, T3 uptake, Free T3, Free T4, Lactate Dehydrogenase, Uric Acid, Vitamin D, Hb a1c, CRP, fibrinogen activity, IGF-1, SED rate, transferrin, ferritin, homocystine, reticulocyte count, Estradiol, Progesterone, DHEA, Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone, SHBG, Vitamin B12, Folate, AM cortisol, Insulin, Omega 3's and 6's fatty acids, magnesium, and myeloperoxidase ab.