When it comes to protecting your heart, watching your cholesterol and blood pressure won't always give you the complete picture. Inflammation levels are often a much better indicator of overall cardiovascular health and ongoing inflammation can lead to a number of other troubling health issues if left undetected. This at-home lab will measure the ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats in order to analyze if there may be concerning levels of inflammation, which can negatively impact numerous systems in the body.
When our body is experiencing unbalanced levels of inflammation, it can cause a multitude of health challenges that range from joint pain to high blood pressure or persistent fatigue. By looking closely at Omega-3 and Omega-6 ratio levels, you are getting to the potential root cause of the imbalances that are affecting your health. When our inflammation levels are not balanced, it shows up in our body as a range of health concerns from low mood, muscle aches, respiratory issues, and can also lead to more severe health issues like heart disease.
If you are ready to take charge of your health, then taking a close look at inflammation with this at-home lab, will provide a pivotal starting point to detect levels based on the ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 fats. Inflammation can reveal itself in a variety of ways. By taking crucial steps to pinpoint what the root cause is, you will be taking a proactive step toward heart health and improved wellness. Don't forget, research indicates that if your blood saturation levels of Omega-3's measure 9% or greater, your risk of a sudden cardiac event plummets by 90%!
Key measurement for looking at levels of inflammation throughout your body
Omega-3's and 6's are essential in the diet since our body can not manufacture them on its own. Omega-6's also serve an important purpose and are more widely available in the diet, so there's a potential for imbalance between inflammatory and anti-inflammatory fats.
Optimal levels of omega-3's result in decreased inflammation which works to support cardiovascular health, cognitive function, mood, immune function, and provide nutrients for healthy skin, hair, and nails.
AA (Arachidonic Acid) from processed foods, fried foods, fatty cuts of animal protein can throw off our AA/EPA ratio leading to more inflammation in the body
For optimal health AA/EPA ratio is 5:1 or better
EquiLife labs are designed to provide detailed and thorough information so that you can understand your health at the deepest level, allowing you to finally get to the root cause of your biggest health concerns.
To ensure you feel confident about your lab findings, EquiLife provides a complimentary, one-on-one call with a certified Health Coach who will review your results with you in-depth and answer any questions you have.
Testing takes the guesswork out of your health and empowers you to make informed choices about your health. After reviewing your results, Health Coaches will provide recommendations to help you achieve your goals.
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I literally can’t believe how easy this lab wasn’t how much information it gave me. It took less than five minutes to do the lab and after going over it with my integrative health practitioner I now know what to do to reduce my inflammation score!!
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I’d been hearing about getting your Omegas tested in the brain health space for quite some time so when I saw this offer, I leapt. The coach did such a great job explaining what everything meant and giving me resources on how to keep improving my health.
Once you receive your at-home lab test, please follow the instructions provided to register your test. Once sample(s) are sent to one of our CLIA certified labs, it will take approximately 3 weeks for your results to be returned, during which time you will receive information on how to schedule your one-one-one health coaching call.
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