March 31, 2016

Test based nutritions

The term “blood testing” are frequently considered complementary, and for good reason. The test allow you to understand your health risks based on the gas chromatographic response of 11 individual fatty acids are maintained from C14 to C24 peaks with increasing sample size in the range 15-75 mcg.
This new method for the analysis of fatty acids profile in the blood is approved for nutritional studies.

The fatty acids profile of blood lipids reflects dietary fat intake, and studies have shown that this profile is strongly related to health status. This is because the blood lipid profile represents the types of fats your body has to build into all cells and tissues, including cell membranes.

Thus, this new method for the analysis of fatty acids profile in the blood is applicable to nutritional studies. The 11 fatty acids are : Palmitic acid(PA), Stearic acid(SA), Oleic acid(OA), Linoleic(LA), Alpha-Linolenic acid(ALA), Gamma-linolenic acid(GLA), dihomoGamma-linolenic acid(DHGLA), Arachidonic acid(AA), Eicosapentaenoic acid(EPA), Docosapentaenoic acid(DPA), Docosahexaenoic acid(DHA).

 

In summary, blood analysis is actionable, dynamic and scientifically well understood.


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