Comprehensive Blood Chemistry Analysis

Brian Glickman, MBA, PCC

MBA in Executive Management, ProfessionalCoach (ICF)

​Career Counselor, Corporate Adviser, Life Coach​

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Joanna Newman, MA, CHHC

MA in Mental Health, Certified Holistic Health Counselor, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor

​Life Coach, Career Counselor​

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Blood testing is one of the most important assessment tools for identifying imbalances in the body. Unfortunately, conventional use of standard reference ranges is not identifying patterns of the imbalances we’re looking for to prevent disease. Standard reference ranges are too wide-based and have been based on the health of so-called “normal” people. Well, if we take a look at the normal individual in today’s society, we notice that the majority of normal people are unhealthy. So who wants to be “normal?”

Optimal reference ranges, as we use in Functional Medicine, are narrow ranges based on a population of optimally healthy high functioning people. Blood lab testing using these optimal ranges to identify more “out of range” makers than the standard reference range, not only gives us so much more information in terms of where our health is, but also in the direction it’s heading. This allows the practitioner and the patient to identify dysfunctions and or patterns of dysfunction long before disease sets in.