We will discuss which tests/ health checks and home tracking tools may be recommended (and where to get them) if you wanted to be more precise within your approach.* We will also touch upon how to make sense of your lab results if you had your recent annual done, and the GP said they were all ‘just fine’.
You received your lab results back and your doctor says they are fine?
That is great news, however, we take it one step further.
Did you know that most of the lab reference ranges used are based on an average of the population? Not an average of optimally healthy, thriving individuals, but of your average Joe, who may already be pre-diabetic, have high blood pressure, and on their way to a chronic problem in a few years time.
Precision Health Optimisation will look at your conventional blood tests and place them into narrower reference ranges, distinguishing between optimal and suboptimal, look at them through the Functional Medicine 360 degree lens, and give targeted dietary, lifestyle and supplement strategies bespoke to you.
Learn how to keep things up long term and how to apply a 80/20 approach, how to ‘cheat’ without guilt and ‘live a little’ as part of a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle, without it meaning you are ‘falling off the wagon’.
*Bespoke testing (optional/ cost not included): If you decide to do some testing for a more precise and bespoke approach, such as for food intolerances, hormones, inflammation, nutrient status, etc, these can either be done at your GP (partially) or organised with private lab companies via Mirthe