Have you been to your GP with symptoms of exhaustion, anxiety, depression, irregular or painful periods, or just not quite feeling right… had blood tests taken, think that you are going to finally get some answers, only to have the results come back and be told you’re fine? Even though you feel so far from fine?
After years of clinical experience, I have had hundreds, if not thousands of conversations with people who are exhausted but have been told that their blood tests are “fine”. On closer inspection of their blood tests, the results are usually far from fine…
Current pathology reference ranges are outdated and are determined by calculating the average results from a population of people who are predominately not well. This means that you can be experiencing symptoms of fatigue, anxiety, infertility, weight gain, constipation, acne, hair loss, etc – but because you are still technically “within range” of a very broad reference range, you will be told that you are fine. Your thyroid is fine. Your iron is fine. Your vitamin B12 is fine. Your hormones are fine. You can be on the border of the very lower or upper end of the range, a couple of days away from a deficiency/excess, but because you are still “within range”, you (and your symptoms) are dismissed.
Hence, I have created my Blood Test Cheat Sheet, a downloadable resource which provides you with the strict references ranges for blood testing that I use in clinical practice, which are based on naturopathic and functional medicine. It covers the optimal levels of important blood tests such as iron, vitamin D, thyroid hormones, sex hormones and more. If you don’t feel fine – you probably aren’t. The answers ARE probably in your blood tests, but they need to be interpreted correctly. The answers are in this e-book.
This is the resource for you, if you are experiencing:
- Weight gain or inability to lose weight
- Hair loss
- Unwanted facial hair growth
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Thyroid problems
- Poor gut health
- Suspected hormone imbalances
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
- Acne or skin blemishes
- Fertility challenges
- Are preparing for a family
- Have received a health diagnosis of any kind
- Or just do not feel quite right
Say goodbye to feeling dismissed and disempowered about your health and your body. It’s time for a healthcare revolution. This starts with an understanding and education about your own unique body and how it works.