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The Healthy at Work Immunities Wellness Panel Includes:
Omega Check, Vitamin D 3, Vitamin C, Coenzyme Q10 Total, C-Reactive Protein, γ-Glutamyl Transferase (GGT), GlycoMark , Complete Blood Count (CBC) With Differential, Homocysteine, DNA Oxidative Damage Assay, urine (8-OHgD)
Omega Check: Includes Omega 3 Total, Arachidonic Acid/EPA Ration, EPA, DHA, DPA, Arachidonic Acid, Linoleic Acid, OmegaCheck, and Omega 6 Total.
Vitamin D3 is ordered when an individual has low calcium and/or symptoms of vitamin D deficiency. This can appear as bone weakness/softness, or fractures in adults, or as rickets (bone malformation) in children.
Vitamin C: Used to determine Vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C is needed for growth, development and repair of all body tissues. Vitamin C deficiency may be due to malnutrition (scurvy), malabsorption, alcoholism, kidney failure, hyperthyroidism and increased need due to pregnancy.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10; Ubiquinone 50) is an endogenous compound found in most human tissues. It possesses multiple cellular and extracellular functions, primarily based on its ability to undergo redox cycling. It is also a fat-soluble co-factor that is critical for energy producing metabolic pathways and for the proper functioning of the mitochondrial oxidative system.
C-Reactive Protein, Quantitative: Used to aid in the diagnosis of infections or diseases which cause inflammation.
γ-Glutamyl Transferase GGT: used to determine why a patient would have elevated levels of alkaline phosphatase or also known as ALP. This test would be recommended for any patients with disease associated with the bile duct, and also for patients who have liver or bone disease.
GlycoMark® testing: Provides an estimate of the patient’s post-meal glucose over a one- to two-week period, making it ideal for intermediate term monitoring of glycemic control in diabetic patients.
The Complete Blood Count (CBC) is often used as a broad screening test to determine an individual’s general health status. It can be used to:
Homocysteine: This test is ordered for a variety of clinical purposes including heart conditions, and vitamin b12 or folate deficiency. Testing homocysteine can be effective in identifying abnormal levels of B12 and folate before symptoms are present.
DNA Oxidative Damage Assay, urine (8-OHgD): Measurement of 8-hydroxy-2′- Deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) in urine provides a quantitative assessment of ongoing oxidative damage or stress in the body.