Go Beyond The Lab: Executive Medical Now Provides SpectraCell Micronutrient Testing
How many times have you seen your doctor, who states everything is normal but you still feel poor? Or you feel your latest labs aren’t telling the entire story? It could be you are lacking nutritional deficiencies. According to the NHANES Study, a large US national survey, 93% of Americans suffer some type of nutritional deficiency. Due to this, we are proud to offer SpectraCell Micronutrient Testing for our patients.
What is Micronutrient Testing?
Unlike most doctors that measures serum testing, micronutrient testing measures 35 nutritional components including proteins, vitamins and minerals, and antioxidants through our leukocytes. Recent research has showed by analyzing these cells gives a more accurate analysis of our body’s deficiencies. We have partnered with SpectaCell, considered the gold standard lab for micronutrient standing.
Why are these Deficiencies Important?
Every physiologic function in your body need micronutrients to function optimally.
Vitamin, mineral and antioxidants deficiencies are thought to lead to degenerative conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease. JAMA (June 19, 2002- Vol 287, p 23)
Deficiencies can be from environment, your diet, or can be even due to the medications you take.
What Nutritional Deficiencies are Covered on the SpectraCell Micronutrient Testing?
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin K
- Oleic Acid
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Coenzyme Q10
- Vitamin E
- Fructose Sensitivity
- Glucose-Insulin Metabolism
for Total Antioxidant Function
Immune Response Score
What Does a Micronutrient Report Look Like?
Your SpectraCell lab report with include an overview of all deficiencies listed, numeric and graphic reports easily identifiable deficiencies and supplement recommendations.
Here’s an example:
Can these Lab Testing Be Covered Under Insurance?
We have been pleasantly surprised that many of these labs can be partially or fully covered under your insurances, including Medicare.
How Can I Get Started?
Schedule an appointment for a blood draw at (760) 290-3552. In about 3 weeks, you will get your report. We will go over the findings with you, as well as initiate a plan of action to help you correct these nutritional deficiencies. Dietary changes or supplement recommendations will be made at that time.