We provide a high level of diagnostic and treatment services to help your specific condition.

  • Bio Impedance Analysis
  • Biological Terrain Laboratory Analysis
  • Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratories Testing (including Genomic profiles)
  • Hair Analysis
  • Heavy Metal Testing Through Doctors Data
  • Lipid and Glucose Profiles
  • Live Cell Microscopy
  • Neurological Examination
  • Neurotransmitter Testing
  • Orthopedic Examination
  • Total Health Scan

Explanation of Major Tests

  • Bio Impedance Analysis
  • Phase Angle: This number represents the health of the cell membrane and the cellular vitality/age.

    Intracellular and Extracellular fluid: Fluid inside and outside the cells. If the body is toxic, there will be a higher concentration of fluid outside the cells.

    Fat Mass: Body fat percentage. Body fat is the primary toxin storing tissue.

    BCM: Body Cell Mass. Contains the metabolically active components of the body. Achieving and maintaining optimal BCM is an indicator of health, longevity and immunity. Early detection of changes can lead to early intervention against disease.

    BMR: Number of calories consumed at a normal resting state over a 24 hour period.

  • Lipid and Glucose Profiles
  • Total Cholesterol: Your HDL and LDL added together.

    LDLs: Bad cholesterol. It damages the arterial walls and creates oxidative stress inside the body. Trans fats and hydrogenated oils will increase this level.

    HDLs: Good cholesterol. It scavenges the bad cholesterol. Exercise, fish oils (Omega 3's) and other good fats (Omega 6's) will increase this level.

    TC to LDL: Ratio: Optimal range is 3:1 or less. If 5:1, risk of heart disease doubles.

    Triglycerides: level of sugars and carbohydrates in the bloodstream. High triglycerides simulate fat storage.

    Glucose Fasting: Level of sugar in the blood after a 12-hour fast. High numbers indicate cells are heading toward or have already become insulin resistant (precursor to diabetes).

    HA1C: Used to determine control of long-term glucose levels.

  • Urine Testing
  • Liver Enzymes: ALT: Used to detect liver damage. AST: Used to detect damage of heart muscle, skeletal muscle and the liver.

    Oxidate: Level of "rusting" (oxidation/ageing) of the cells. Increase in oxidation damages the skin, eyes; created ages spots and quickens the general ageing of the body.

    Malabsorption: Amount of toxins leaking from intestines to urinary tract.

    Zinc Tally: Indicates the level of zinc in the body. Zinc is required to 100 different enzyme systems in the body (hair, digestion, skin, immune system, etc).

    Vitamin C: Indicates the level of vitamin C in the body Essential for fighting off infection, cancer: it binds with free radicals to inhibit oxidative damage.

    Adrenals: Measures the level of stress the adrenal (stress hormone) glands are under. The adrenals secrete hundreds of different hormones and when overworked can cause problems such as weight gain, headaches, fatigue, disease, etc.

    Ammonia: High number indicate kidney infection or high stress.

    Nitrates: Indicates infection in the body.

    Leukocytes in Urine: Signals infection in urinary tract or lowered immunity.

    Protein in Urine: Damage of cells or inflammation, allergies in diet, swelling, hypertension.

    Blood in Urine: Indicates infection, oxidation, stress, inflammation, or menstrual cycle).

    Urine pH: The body's overall pH should be alkaline. The urine, however, should be acid. If the urine is too alkaline, it suggests the body is retaining acidity. Infections thrive in acid environments.

    Saliva pH: Measure alkaline reserves in tissues. These are needed to have enough buffering agents for the body to cope with high stress. This test measures if the body is under high street and has enough buffers or needs adrenal support.