What state of health are your cells in?
Cellular inflammation is known as the silent killer that science has shown to be associated with heart dis-ease and cardiovascular dis-ease, free radical pathologies like cancer, the inability for hormones to function properly, leading to the root cause of insulin resistance, hormone dysregulation, weight gain, mitochondrial dis-ease, as well as mental and physically disabling dis-eases.

The cellular damage urinary test is one of the most important tools to be able to test for inflammation damage at the cellular level. This test is 50X more accurate than blood work in looking at the health of the cell membrane.

This is a simple test you can take in office or be sent with our remote patients. This test is subjective because the interpretation is based on perception of the concentration of color. The more malondialdehyde in the urine, the darker the color change from the yellows of urine to the magenta of malondialdehyde presence that reveals the extent of lipid peroxidation *cell membrane damage). The darker the result, the more damage is occurring.

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Are you sure your r healthy at the cellular level?

Even those who have good habits and have no symptoms suffer from cell damage. We live and die at the cellular level. When oxidized by free radicals, cell membranes are damaged and are failing to function properly!

The Cell Damage test is a quick and easy test that measures malondialehyde in the urine. Toxic adlehydes are released into the bloodstream when fats, including cell membranes, are oxidized. The kidneys excrete them in the urine. The Cell Damage test is a general measure of cell membrane damage due to free radical peroxidation of lipids.

The Cell Damage test helps us determine how much cell membrane damage is occurring in your body. By knowing the extent of your cellular damage, we can better design a nutraceutical protocol that will 1) increase glutathione (the body's premier anti-oxidant and detoxifier), 2) Protects the cell membrane (anti-oxidants), 3) Facilitates membrane repair.