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Recommended Labs to Start - from the Epi Rx book

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by MKelly, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. MKelly

    MKelly Gold

    Hello New People,

    I see a lot of newcomers asking which labs to do to get started with their first consultation. I had the same question and after searching around I found that the answer is in Dr Kruse's book "Epi-paleo Rx the Prescription for Disease Reversal" Chapter 5, pp 27 - 37

    The book is much more detailed and gives very robust descriptions for many of the tests. Here is just the list:

    VO2 Max Assessment
    DEXA Body Composition Scan

    Neuro Cognitive Evaluation (Annually)

    Comprehensive Blood Chemistry Panel
    Liver Function Test
    Serum Iron, TIBC, Serum Ferritin and Iron % Saturation
    Lipid Panel
    Homocysteine
    Complete CBC with differential platelet count
    Gender specific hormone panel, serum and salivary
    Thyroid Panel with antibody screening
    Complete Urinalysis (bet HCG for menstruating women)
    Highly Sensitive CRP (not regular CRP)
    Omega 6:3 Serum Test
    Fasting serum insulin
    Complete Vitamin D3 panel (very detailed description of vitamin D3 and it's importance to health in the book here)

    cheers
    Meredith
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Decent starting place
     
  3. Anne V

    Anne V Silver

    is it? or do you think they have no real value???
     

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