Discovering the nutritional story in your blood test can be a real eye opener.

Did you know that many symptoms may be the result of nutritional imbalances? Fatigue, Weight Gain, Cardiovascular issues, Mood Swings, Memory loss and many more! When key nutrients become deficient, many metabolic processes are affected. The body may initially try to compensate for such imbalances. However, if they are prolonged, they may contribute to hormonal issues, metabolic disorders, increase in toxic load, oxidative stress, organ weakness, etc.

The latest scientific research can help to identify a person’s nutritional needs and customize an effective regimen of nutrients. The cornerstone of an effective health strategy is a nutritional and lifestyle plan that is based on your biochemistry. What your body needs is revealed in your blood test!

Nutritional analysis of your Blood Test may indicate the need for:

  • Diet and lifestyle changes
  • Nutritional support of metabolic pathways
  • Nutritional support of key organs,
  • Key Nutrients such as Vitamin A, B6, B12, D
  • Fluid and electrolyte balance
  • Minerals such as magnesium, calcium and iron
  • Tissue hydration and much more.

I hear all the time, “My Doctor says my blood work is normal”, especially in the area of Thyroid. Medical Doctors are trained differently. They are looking for a disease. In Naturopathy, we are trained and scientifically know that disease is caused from missing nutrients in the beginning stages. Naturopathy has different standards or range values of the different blood tests that reveal the nutritional imbalance that Medical Doctors are just not trained to see.

A Naturopath’s training is more about prevention.

One of the most scientific ways to identify nutritional imbalances is to have your blood test evaluated by a nutritionally trained doctor. I have been reading blood chemistries for 10 years and I have helped many imbalances that the medical industry missed. Why not discover what is your nutritional story?

Blessing On Your Journey!
Dr. Paulette Coates, DNM