Blood Chemistry Review


Have you been told all your blood work is normal?  Learn how functional medicine reference ranges can help.



Blood Chemistry Review – $ 250 USD

You may have been told that all your lab work is “normal”.  This is where functional medicine can give you that much needed second opinion!  A conventional doctor refers to pathological reference ranges. These are used to diagnose disease. If the test results are out of range, it usually indicates potential for pathology or disease.

Glancing down a lab report and saying everything is “normal” because it falls within a pathological reference range is a huge disservice to the patient.  A blood chemistry review is an excellent starting point and includes the functional medicine ranges (these are reference ranges for the healthiest people).

Blood testing screens for some diseases and can catch a trend toward a disease while there is still time to reverse it.  Plus this information can help us make targeted diet, lifestyle and supplement suggestions that can fast track your success to a baby.  This is a comprehensive review of your blood work. (Some areas of focus may include full thyroid panel, vitamin D, B12, Iron, Fasting Insulin and MTHFR).

Here is the blood work that we require for the review (if you are unable to access this blood work please let us know and we can suggest some alternate options):

Requirements for women:

  • Complete Metabolic Panel – CMP
  • Complete Blood Count – CBC
  • Thyroid Panel (includes TSH, Free T4, Free T3, Reverse T3, Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPOAB), Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TGAB)
  • Fasting Insulin
  • HSCRP – (High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein)
  • B12
  • Vitamin D
  • Lipid Panel
  • Iron


  • Folate
  • RBC Zinc
  • RBC Magnesium
  • RBC Selenium
  • RBC Copper

Requirements for Men:

  • CBC
  • CMP
  • Full Thyroid panel
  • Lipid Panel
  • A1C
  • HSCRP – (High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein)
  • Vitamin D

We HIGHLY recommend reviewing bloodwork for both men and women (i.e. you and your partner).



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