Micronutrient test

Micronutrient Testing for Heart Disease Prevention


Do you have high blood pressure?
Do you have diabetes?
Do you have high cholesterol?
Are you overweight? Do you have trouble losing weight?
Do you have anxiety or depression?
Are you sleeping well?
Do you have headaches?
Are you fatigued or have low energy?
Do you have inflammation or pain?


Do you ever ask why? You might have micronutrient deficiencies.

Do you take prescription medicines to alleviate symptoms of certain conditions, but wonder why the condition exists at all? Nutritional balance plays a key role in optimal wellness, chronic disease prevention and managing the aging process. Do you want to boost your immune system now, to possibly prevent chronic disease later?



Traditionally, a person waited to go to the doctor at the first signs of a symptom.  Today, individuals are looking for way to not only manage illness with personalized treatment plans, but they are also seeking to achieve a higher level of wellness. This is one of our favourite test, because we can tell people where they are deficient and make them excel!

Eating a balanced diet, exercising and taking a multivitamin is simply not enough.  Each person’s body is unique in its own way.  Due to the complexity of the human body, an individualized healthcare approach is the only way to guarantee optimal results.

What is Micronutrient Testing?

Micronutrient tests measure the function of 35 nutritional components including vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, fatty acids, and amino acids within our white blood cells. Along with antioxidant and immune function scores.

How does this differ than going to my family doctor? 

There is a difference between serum and intracellular testing.  Scientific evidence shows us that analyzing the white blood cells gives us the most accurate analysis of a body’s deficiencies.

What results will I see?

Micronutrient lab results include an overview page with all deficiencies listed, numeric and graphic reports easily identifying deficiencies and repletion and supplementation recommendations.