Complex NSP: Metabolism
A health check-up package with Nature's Sunshine by Olena Tomei. Prevention is always better and less energy-intensive than treatment. Together with a doctor-nutritionist who has a medical education, we have developed basic packages for an initial assessment of your body's condition in a format that is convenient for you. (and so on from the file). This package is aimed at a surface assessment of the body's condition. It helps to get an idea of the direction to move in and where to look for the root of the problem.
This package is designed to detect major metabolic disorders (protein, carbohydrate, lipid).
To do this, we offer the following tests :
● Total blood protein - an analysis that shows the concentration of proteins in plasma. Blood proteins play an important role in the body's life processes, so their levels can fluctuate due to many factors and illnesses.
● Albumin - the main blood protein that contains up to 60% of the total plasma protein. It is mainly used to evaluate the protein-synthetic function of the liver and nutrient status.
● Creatinine - measuring the level of this blood indicator determines how well the kidneys are working.
● Urea is a product of protein breakdown in the body. This test is used to assess the functioning of the liver and kidneys.
● Insulin - a hormone that plays an important role in regulating carbohydrate metabolism, namely by lowering blood glucose levels.
● Glucose - an important indicator because it is the main source of energy consumed by the body. It is often used to diagnose carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
● Glycated hemoglobin is an important biochemical indicator that reflects the average blood glucose level over three months. It allows to detect the diabetes or pre-diabetes in the patient.
● Lipid profile shows the level of various lipid fractions in the blood.
In what cases is it prescribed?
For early detection of the most dangerous diseases.
This complex allows to exclude or timely diagnose dangerous diseases at asymptomatic stages, as timely diagnosis can help identify disorders when they are still treatable and significantly reduce the risk of disease development.