ESSENTIAL INFLAMMATION BIOMARKERS
An easy to do home-collection test for biomarkers
crucial for accurately quantifying inflammation in
the body, as well as those that play a key role in
Individuals with metabolic syndrome have been shown to be at a high risk for cardiovascular problems, but most crosssectional studies of C-reactive protein (CRP) and metabolic syndrome have been carried out either in males or females only. Few studies have shown that CRP levels are indicative of the onset of metabolic syndrome and diabetes in women. There are some other reports showing strong correlation of several markers of inflammation to insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome in women.
Significant race and gender differences in the distribution of CRP levels as determined by conventional serum assays, have been reported. A dried blood spot assay for measurement of high sensitivity CRP (hs-CRP) was used in this study. This technology provides convenience of sample collection and the possibility of large-scale cross-sectional studies in different population groups.
An easy-to-do home collection bloodspot test for:
High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hsCRP), Vitamin D2, Vitamin D3, Total Vitamin D
HOW TO DO & WHAT IT DOES FOR YOU:
Simply collect the sample with our easy-to-do kit (<10mins, 1 x one-day), and return it for lab processing (7-10days). We then provide you with comprehensive self-explanatory reporting, tailored to your goals, within an interactive and richly informative online environment providing:
- Easy actionable dietary, nutraceutical and lifestyle interventions
- Biomarker tracking over time for maximum benefits and self-knowledge