The Organix test is a newly developed comprehensive test of:
Many chronic health problems can be difficult to diagnose, especially when they involve more vague types of symptoms such as fatigue, foggy thinking, malaise, gastrointestinal upset, joint aches, sleep cycle disturbances, weight problems and more.
Most conventional testing is designed to identify disease states.
The Organix test does not diagnose disease; it helps to give insight into the deeper causes of disease.
This test helps to assess specific metabolic dysfunctions as well as to customize a nutritional program to manage those exact areas in need of support. This allows for an approach that is beyond symptom management, expanding toward true preventive medicine.
We can now identify dysfunctions related to nutritional deficiencies and correct them before disease is allowed to develop.
We can also assess specific metabolic dysfunctions as well as being able to customize a nutritional program to manage those exact areas in need of support.
This allows for an approach that is beyond symptom management, expanding toward true preventive medicine.
Who Should Have the Test?
The test is available to everyone.
It would be particularly valuable for the following conditions:
For those with these conditions, then it could be argued that they should have the test every 12 - 24 months.
How Is It Done?
The Organix test is carried out using a urine sample that is collected first thing in the morning.
The sample is frozen and then sent to the laboratory in the packaging provided.
Certain precautions are necessary, avoiding the following prior to collecting the sample: cranberry, apple, grape juice, and grape products (including wine) for 48 hrs prior to the collection of the urine. Patient should drink only enough water to quench thirst on the day and evening prior to the collection. The sample should not be collected during menstruation.
How Accurate are the Results and What Do They Mean?
No test can be 100% accurate. This test uses a method known as Tandem mass spectrometry, which is the most sensitive and specific method available.
At Better Health we have always approached new treatments, new tests and new therapies with an analytical, scientific approach – are they as good as they claim to be?
There are no comparable tests available in conventional medicine.
This makes the Organix test ideal in preventative medicine, and an alternative approach based on nutrition and other methods.
What Advice Do You Get?
If the results are normal, then there is no need for any treatment. A follow up test would be advisable in 12 - 24 months.
The test will usually, however, highlight a number of nutritional approaches to improving health and well-being.
Nutritional approaches include the use of specific nutrients such as B vitamins, minerals, co-enzyme Q10, amino acids, or other nutrients to lower the risk of certain conditions, or to improve the metabolism in certain specific respects.
How Much Does it Cost?
The current cost of the Organix test is £230. This is subject to change, and you should confirm the cost at the time of ordering.
Further charges apply for any further consultations, tests or treatments, and these will be discussed with you fully as necessary.
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