Tag: inflammation

Subtleties in the Diagnosis of Endocrine System Dysfunction

Written by Mark Newman, President of Precision Analytical, Inc.  The DUTCH (Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones) test is currently the most comprehensive lab test available in the market. Therefore, it is not surprising that reading the patient reports can be a bit overwhelming at the beginning. In order to help you with the learning curve, Dr. Tim Hyatt, ND… Read More »

Is There an Optimal Cut-Off Value for Highly Sensitive CRP?

By J.E. Williams, OMD, FAAIM Testing patients for C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is as necessary to disease prevention as flossing your teeth or getting your LDL cholesterol level checked. Because CRP is a key marker for inflammation, routine monitoring can help prevent cardiovascular disease and save lives. C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a type of protein secreted… Read More »

PODCAST: Liver Detoxification Basics

by Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP – Director of Education | Power2Practice     In this 17-minute podcast, Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP, dives into metabolic detoxification, a popular spring time topic among patients! This podcast covers: Phase I reactions Phase II reactions Various routes of detoxification Signs and symptoms of toxic build-up in patients The overarching… Read More »