17 Tests Offered

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Thyroid Function

This test can help determine a thyroid disorder, which can affect weight, energy, mood, and overall health. The thyroid is a gland located in the front of the neck that plays an important role in your metabolism. This test may identify if your thyroid is overactive (hyperthyroidism) or underactive (hypothyroidism).

Specifically, this test is for Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), and it measures how much of this thyroid stimulating hormone is in your blood, to evaluate thyroid function and/or symptoms of a thyroid disorder. TSH is produced by the pituitary gland in your brain and is one of the most important hormones currently used to diagnose thyroid abnormalities. This test does not require fasting.

Insulin - Glucose Profile Test

Kraft Prediabetes Profile is a timed test that measures the patient’s insulin response to a measured glucose challenge and return to baseline over a 4-hour period. This test looks at patterns of insulin response rather than a strict cut-off point for glucose. These patterns delineate the severity of insulin resistance, as a patient progresses from normal insulin sensitivity to postprandial hyperinsulinemia to the insulinopenic state found in beta-cell exhaustion. This spectrum of insulin response allows the clinician to identify insulin resistance early in its development. The resulting evaluation of insulin resistance severity can be used to monitor efficacy of treatment.

There are five patterns of insulin response that begins with normal sensitivity and progresses to severe insulin resistance and then finally to an insulinopenic state.The five patterns of insulin response correspond with the timing of the insulin peak after the glucose challenge. Normally, insulin peaks quickly after a meal, or glucose challenge in this case, and then drops precipitously back to baseline, Pattern I. As insulin resistance becomes more severe, the insulin response to glucose peaks later and later, Patterns II-IIIB. In Pattern IV, insulin is high in the fasting state and rises even further in attempt to keep blood sugar under control. Islet cell exhaustion is illustrated by Pattern V, or insulinopenia, in which the patient’s pancreas is no longer able to produce an adequate amount of insulin.

Basic Health Profile

General Health

This essential screening is a great place to start if you want to gain insight into your overall health. It helps identify health conditions ranging from high cholesterol to kidney disease, so you can take informed action towards your health goals.

This test does not require fasting.

Celiac (Gluten) Disease Panel

Digestive Health

These tests can help determine if you have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the body attacks itself with its own antibodies. With celiac, the ingestion of gluten (a protein found in wheat and barley) triggers an immune response which means that your own immune system attacks your small intestine. These tests check for certain antibodies (transglutaminase IgA and others) that your immune system would create if it were hypersensitive to gluten. For accurate results, your diet should include gluten at the time of testing.

You might consider testing when experiencing the following:

  • Digestive problems including abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, weight loss, or foul-smelling stool • Unexplained rash, joint symptoms, or anemia

Test should not be ordered if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Blood in your stool or a medical condition requiring immediate medical attention
  • Fever, night sweats, or flushingThis test does not require fasting.

Cholesterol Panel

These tests can help evaluate the health of your heart and arteries. The panel measures LDL (bad) cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, and triglycerides (the fat in blood). The results can help determine overall health.

Fasting is preferred, but not required for this test for 8-12 hours before your appointment. Fasting before a blood draw means you don’t eat or drink anything except water.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)

General Health

This broad screening tool includes 14 tests that evaluate your liver, kidneys, and more to provide a picture of your overall health. The panel looks at your organ function, electrolytes, blood sugar, and blood proteins. The CMP includes tests for:

  • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, Bilirubin)
  • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
  • Electrolytes and fluid balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride)
  • Proteins (Albumin, Total Protein)
  • Blood sugar (Glucose)
  • Calcium

This test does not require fasting.

Diabetes Management

General Health

These tests help monitor blood sugar levels, so you can manage your diabetes. The results can help you track your progress and evaluate how well your diabetes treatment plan is working. Fasting is preferred, but not required for this test for 8-12 hours before your appointment. Fasting before a blood draw means you don’t eat or drink anything except water.

H. Pylori Screen

Digestive Health

This test screens for H. pylori, a type of bacteria that can cause digestive issues. Over time, it can cause ulcers and may increase your risk of stomach cancer. Symptoms of infection include bloating, upset stomach, nausea, and fatigue. The BreathTek™ UBiT® is a non-invasive test that uses your breath to detect H. pylori and monitor its treatment. Fasting for 1 hour before test is required.

You might consider testing when experiencing the following:

  • Experience persistent or recurrent pain in the stomach area• Have mild to moderate digestive issues that have not been previously investigated • Have frequent nausea
  • Are persistently bloated or belching often
  • Have a burning sensation in your stomach or throat
  • Smoke/use tobacco products regularly
  • Have discomfort in your stomach/throat when lying down, late at night, or after eating greasy foods
  • Are taking an NSAID (aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Celebrex, etc.)
  • Have a condition called idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)
  • Have been told you are iron deficient without a cause? Some medication could affect test accuracy – NOTE: the discontinuation of prescribed medication should only be done in consult with your doctor.
  • PPIs (Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, Protonix, etc.)
  • Pepto-Bismol
  • Antibiotics including treatment for H. pylori

Test should not be ordered if you:

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have had unexplained weight loss over the past few months
  • Experience trouble swallowing
  • Have low blood count, called anemia
  • Have persistent vomiting
  • Have yellowing of the skin, called jaundice
  • Have a known allergic reaction to mannitol, citric acid, or aspartame
  • Are under the age of 21 or over the age of 60. This test does not require fasting.

Hemoglobin A1c

General Health

This test is the gold standard for measuring blood sugar levels. It identifies average blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months, so you can track your progress in managing your diabetes. This test does not require fasting.

Iron, TIBC and Ferritin

General Health

These tests measure levels of iron, a key nutrient for energy and healthy skin, hair, and nails. Iron is an essential mineral that your red blood cells need to transport oxygen throughout your body. When iron levels are too low this can result in iron deficiency anemia (decreased red blood cells). You may experience fatigue, shortness of breath, headaches, hair loss, and other symptoms. The Total Iron test measures the amount of iron in the blood, while the TIBC test measures the blood’s capacity to carry iron.

This test does not require fasting.

Testosterone (Male)

Men's Health

This test measures testosterone, a key hormone that affects sex drive, fertility, muscle mass, and bone health. Testosterone levels that are too high or low may increase the risk for erectile dysfunction, infertility, and bone health problems like osteoporosis. This test is for men only. This test does not require fasting.

Thyroid Function

Women's Health

This test can help determine a thyroid disorder, which can affect weight, energy, mood, and overall health. The thyroid is a gland located in the front of the neck that plays an important role in your metabolism. This test may identify if your thyroid is overactive (hyperthyroidism) or underactive (hypothyroidism).

Specifically, this test is for Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), and it measures how much of this thyroid stimulating hormone is in your blood, to evaluate thyroid function and/or symptoms of a thyroid disorder. TSH is produced by the pituitary gland in your brain and is one of the most important hormones currently used to diagnose thyroid abnormalities. This test does not require fasting.

Women's Health Profile

(Complete Blood Count, Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP), Thyroid Function, Urine Analysis, Cholesterol Panel)

Women's Health

This screening for women includes a thyroid test and everything in the Basic Health Profile, for a comprehensive look at overall health. It can help identify a wide range of possible health conditions so you can take informed action towards your health goals.

This test does not require fasting.

Men's Health Profile

(Complete Blood Count, Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP), Urine Analysis, Prostate Cancer Screen (PSA), Cholesterol Panel)

Men's Health

This screening for men includes a prostate health test and everything in the Basic Health Profile, for a comprehensive look at overall health. It can help identify a wide range of possible health conditions so you can take informed action towards your health goals.

This test does not require fasting.

Urine Analysis

General Health

This test screens for possible problems with your metabolism and kidneys, including urinary tract infections. It can help alert you to possible health issues by checking for protein, glucose, and other substances in your urine.

This test does not require fasting.

Vitamin D

General Health

This test measures your levels of vitamin D, a key nutrient for bone strength and overall health. Your body produces vitamin D after exposure to sunlight or from consuming certain foods and supplements. Because it enables your body to absorb calcium, vitamin D is essential for healthy bones. Not getting enough vitamin D can increase your risk of weak bones (osteoporosis), bone fractures, muscle weakness, and high blood pressure. This test does not require fasting.

Hair Analysis

Discover the numerous benefits of knowing your profile of nutritional and toxic elements. The report you receive summarizes how and why mineral imbalances affect you negatively and tells you specifically what minerals to take and foods to eat to help restore mineral balance and boost metabolism. The advantages of Hair Analysis include:

  • Collecting a hair sample (at home) is quick, easy, and noninvasive.
  • Hair analysis is among the most cost-effective mineral analyses.
  • Hair is less susceptible to erratic changes in the blood affecting trace element levels.
  • Hair provides a long-term record of mineral excesses and deficiencies.
  • Hair provides an accurate long-term record of biological activity (your metabolism).
  • Hair is E.P.A. recognized for the assessment of toxic metals.
  • Properly interpreted, hair analysis provides an excellent Rx for a healthier lifestyle!