Top Tests to Ask Your Doc For…

Think back to a time not too long ago when you had a family healer. They may have been a parent, sibling, cousin, grandparent, aunt or uncle. The goal of Big Pharma is to take away intimate familial knowledge of natural healing techniques and methodology and replace it with “knowledge” of synthetic versions (medication) of what God has created for us naturally.

Western medicine, modern medicine — whatever you’d like to call it — have some great applications for emergency room situations, blood transfusions, diagnostics, etc. However, many doctors and nurses are trained by the information and drug protocols set by Big Pharma, which funds many medical learning institutions, American Medical Association and nonprofits. Big Pharma is only now partially funding the CDC and FDA, which provides them with a rotation of medical professionals looking out for the best interest of what has become a medical cartel.

We begin to take the power back by once again becoming our own health experts, and that’s part of the process with our 35-Day Detoxes. So what are some of the top and easiest tests to ask your doctor for?

Heavy Metals

Heavy metals include lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic. These metals can get into your body in a variety of sneaky ways. Since we’re exposed to heavy metals every day, they slowly build up in the body’s tissues.

Heavy metal poisoning is caused by the accumulation of certain metals in the body due to exposure through food, water, industrial chemicals, or other sources. Aluminum, lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium are the metals most commonly associated with heavy metal poisoning in the United States.

A heavy metal blood test is a group of tests that measure the levels of potentially harmful metals in the blood. The most common metals tested for are lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium. Metals that are less commonly tested for include copper, zinc, aluminum, and thallium.

Homocysteine Panel

Elevated homocysteine levels can cause increased inflammation, irritation of the blood vessels, heart disease, neurological problems and other symptoms. Natural treatments for high homocysteine include improving your diet, exercising, managing stress, reducing deficiencies and taking supplements to mitigate symptoms.

Homocysteine is normally changed into other amino acids for use by the body. Most people who have a high homocysteine level don’t get enough folate (also called folic acid), vitamin B6, or vitamin B12 in their diet. Replacing these vitamins often helps return the homocysteine level to normal.

Homocysteine is a common amino acid in your blood. You get it mostly from eating meat. High levels of it are linked to early development of heart disease. In fact, a high level of homocysteine is a risk factor for heart disease. It’s associated with low levels of vitamins B6, B12, and folate, as well as renal disease.

PET Scan

Lymph vessels route lymph fluid through nodes throughout the body. Lymph nodes are small structures that work as filters for harmful substances. They contain immune cells that can help fight infection by attacking and destroying germs that are carried in through the lymph fluid.

PET scans, short for Positron Emission Tomography, can detect areas of cancer by obtaining images of the body’s cells as they work. PET scans can be useful for evaluating people after breast cancer has already been diagnosed, in a number of different ways: to determine whether the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes.

What is a PET/CT scan? This advanced nuclear imaging technique combines positron emission tomography (PET) and computed tomography (CT) into one machine. A PET/CT scan reveals information about both the structure and function of cells and tissues in the body during a single imaging session.

T-cell count

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, your T cell count should be between 500 and 1,200 T cells per cubic millimeter of blood. Your doctor will discuss any further tests you need for a diagnosis. They’ll also provide you with treatment options if your results are above or below this range.

Your body can then produce the most effective weapons against the invaders, which may be bacteria, viruses or parasites. Other types of T-cells recognise and kill virus-infected cells directly. Some help B-cells to make antibodies, which circulate and bind to antigens. A T-cell (orange) killing a cancer cell (mauve).

Immune function is helped by two kinds of white blood cells. The “B cells” (so-called because they develop in bone marrow) produce antibodies. The “T cells” (so-called because they develop in a small organ called the thymus gland) are responsible for a variety of other immune responses.

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