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Being healthy and staying healthy is more important than having a million dollars, or a pot of gold.  You can't spend your fortune if you're not healthy.  So how do you stay healthy?  Eat well, have a great attitude in life, and check your health.

Being healthy and staying healthy is more important than having a million dollars, or a pot of gold.  You can't spend your fortune if you're not healthy.  So how do you stay healthy?  Eat well, have a great attitude in life, and check your health.

1. Cholesterol - an important compound involved in the synthesis of various hormones such as testosterone, estrogen.  Too much cholesterol can have deleterious effects on health.  Order Now

2.  HDL/LDL Ratio -  A ratio of  high density lipoprotein (HDL) over low density lipoprotein (LDL).  This is a more accurate indication of the amount of cholesterol. 

3. Triglycerides - are basically fats or fatty acids and a major component of LDL.  Fats are important part of our diet as they are a good source of energy, keeps the skin moist, and other functions.  Too much fats in our diet as been linked to various cardiovascular problems.  

4. Glucose - well known source is table sugar.  Also from many "sweets" such as candies, chocolates, pies, and many others.  It can also be manufactured from the breakdown of triglycerides by a glucagon hormone.  Interestingly, our brain consumes as much as 1/4 pound of glucose as a source energy on a daily basis. 

5. Calcium - This is an important element in our diet as it is involved in various physiological function such as bone formation,, prevention of osteoporosis which is a type of bone degeneration disease.

6.  Strep Test - "Strep" is short for Streptococcus which is a gram positive bacteria causing an agonizing sore throat

7. Influenza or 'flu" test -

8. Magnesium -

9. Hepatitis -

 

How to order the test(s).

1. Click on "Order Now" link or button.  This will walk you step by step that includes billing information, contact information, etc.

2.  Once you place the order, schedule a time to have the specimen collected.   There are collection sites for most areas in the US.   A blood, urine, sputum, or throat swab will be collected depending on the type test.  Print out the Requisition Form and take this with you when you go to the collection site.

3.  Results can be reported via email, facsimile, or mail forms.  This should be available within 1-14 days depending on the type of test(s) order.  For the most part, it will take about 1-4 days for the results to be reported.