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  • Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Profile(Omega3&6)

    This test can be used to determine whether an individual’s diet has a balanced intake of the unsaturated fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6.

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  • Vitamin D Metabolism Profile

    Vitamin D is not only an essential fat-soluble vitamin but also is an important nutrient for human growth and health. The Human body can either obtain vitamin D from food intake (mainly egg yolk, fish oil, and plants), or from synthesis by skin exposed to sunlight. The main function of vitamin D is to help a body absorb calcium, maintain bone health, regulate gene expression and cell function; furthermore, it is also hormone precursors. Only the total amount of vitamin D can be detected in routine biochemical tests, so the amount of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D2/D3 (vitamin D2/D3) cannot be understood individually. This test provides two individual results using a high-performance liquid chromatography mass spectrometer , which can provide more accurate clinical reference for medical professionals.

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  • Xenoestrogens Profile

    Artificial chemicals in the environment enter human bodies or other organisms by exposure to environmental pollutions or food chain and become endocrine-disrupting chemicals to imitate, interfere, and even inhibit human bodies from normal hormone operations and influence physiological regulation. Apart from the widely known impacts on reproductive systems and the growth of the central nervous system, artificial chemicals can cause a decline in immunity along with an increased risk of contracting infertility, endometriosis, breast cancer, and prostate cancer. This non-invasive test serves as a reference indicator for doctors to conduct personal health management by evaluating frequent sources of exposure in the environment to monitor the daily amount of digestion or exposure.

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