Blood Test Interpretation Report
Ever been told “Your blood test results are normal”, but you know you aren’t feeling right?
This happens all too often and is exactly why I created this report -so that you can take charge of your health and empower yourself with knowledge of your own body.
In this comprehensive report you will get:
- Optimal Health ranges for each marker
- A visual representation of each of your results in relation to the Optimal Health range.
- What each marker means & what it does in the body
- What your particular result means
- Potential symptoms & causes for your high/low result
- Results for up to 68 markers
Where appropriate, you will receive personalised supplement recommendations to correct the imbalances found in the report.
Which markers are included?
Full Blood Count (FBC): Haemoglobin (Hb), Red Cell Count (RCC), Haematocrit (Hct), Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV), Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH), Platelet count (Platelet count), Total White (Blood) Cell Count/Leukocytes (WCC), Neutrophils (Neuts), Lymphocytes (Lymphs), Monocytes (Monos), Eosinophils (Eos), Basophils (Basos)
Electrolytes, Kidney & Liver Function (E/LFT): Sodium, Potassium (Potass.), Sodium : Potassium Ratio, Chloride, Bicarbonate (Bicarb), Anion Gap (An. Gap), Glucose (Gluc), Urea, Creatinine (Creat), Estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR), Urate/Uric Acid, Total Bilirubin (T. Bili), Direct/Conjugated Bilirubin (D. Bili), Alkaline phosphatase (Alk. P), Gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT), Alanine aminotransferase (ALT), Aspartate aminotransferase (AST), Lactate dehydrogenase (LD/LDH), Calcium, Corrected calcium (Corr. Ca), Phosphate (Phos), Total Protein (T. Prot), Albumin (Alb), Globulins (Glob), Total Cholesterol (Chol), Triglycerides (Trig)
More Cholesterol Markers: High density lipoproteins (HDL), Low density lipoproteins (LDL)
Iron Studies: Serum Iron (Iron), Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC), Transferrin, Transferrin Saturation (Trans Saturation), Ferritin
Thyroid Markers: Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), Thyroxine (Free T4), Triiodothyronine (Free T3), Reverse T3 (rT3), rT3 ratio, Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TG Ab), Thyroglobulin Antibodies II (TG AbII), Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO Ab), Thyroid Receptor Antibodies (TRAb)
Mental Health & Wellbeing: Vitamin D (25 OH Vitamin D), Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin), Active B12 (Holotranscobalamin), Homocysteine, Total Copper, Caeruloplasmin, Free Copper %, Zinc, Copper:Zinc Ratio, Histamine
Inflammation: C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
Blood Glucose Metabolism: Fasting glucose, HbA1c, Fasting Insulin, Non-Fasting Insulin
**Please note, I don’t include sex hormone markers in this report. This is because I don’t find blood tests to be an accurate representation of sex hormone levels in the body and therefore they can be very misleading. If you want to test your hormones I recommend saliva hormone testing or urine testing (DUTCH), which give a much more accurate result. Get in touch if you want to organise these tests through a naturopathic appointment.
How to get your report
- Purchase the report
- Email through a copy of your latest blood test results (scan or take photos of the original). You can hit reply on your order confirmation email (check spam/junk if you can’t find it).
- You will have your Blood Test Interpretation Report emailed to you within one week. Enjoy!
**Make sure to grab a copy of your blood test results when you are at the doctors. Just remember, it is YOUR health information and you are entitled to it. If you feel nervous asking for a copy you can just say “Can I please grab a copy of these results for my records”.
If you have been to the doctor recently but didn’t get a copy of your results, you can call them up and ask for a copy to be emailed to you or to be picked up by you.
What if I don't have recent blood test results?
- Book in with a GP and ask for a routine blood test (make sure to get a copy of the results for yourself), this may be partially or fully covered by medicare.
- You can get blood tests done without seeing a doctor, however this will be an out of pocket expense and not covered through medicare.
If you want to get them done without going through a doctor, you have a lot more control over what tests are ordered. The tests I generally recommend are: Full Blood Count (FBC), Electrolyte & Liver Function (E/LFT), Iron studies, Full Thyroid Panel, B12/Active B12, Vitamin D, Copper, Caeruloplasmin, Zinc, Homocysteine & Whole Blood Histamine.
If you live in Queensland, you can CLICK HERE to download the Integrated Health test request form. You are able to choose which tests to get, and you will need to take this to your closest QML Pathology Collection Centre -please note, you will need to pay QML for these tests.
On this form, I recommend you get at least the “General Wellness Profile” and “Copper, Zinc & Ceruloplasmin- Serum”, Vitamin D & Active B12.
Depending on your case, the “Thyroid profile” or “Thyroid extensive profile”, Histamine & Homocysteine could be beneficial too.
*I have highlighted the recommended tests on the form.
If you live in another Australian state, send me an email and I will send you a form for a pathology centre that is close to you.
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