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Health Quick Facts:

  • Health is a continuum best measured objectively with blood testing.
     

  • Standard of Care reference ranges for blood biomarkers are NOT science-based. They are based on populations.
     

  • White blood cells reflect innate immunity. Regular reference ranges indicate a range of 3800 - 11,000 is normal.
     

  • Our science-based normal ranges based on early mortality data indicate that a white blood cell count of 4000 - 5700 is normal.

  • Most other biomarkers, by which your health is measured, have similar disparities between population and science values.

  • Biomarker normal ranges are not standardized.
     

  • We have standardized our normal ranges for all important biomarkers to early mortality risk and optimal health.

How Healthy are you Really?
Your Blood Does NOT lie.

Find out where you lie on the health-disease continuum

This is a 4-month program that includes:

  • Two (2) of our 55 biomarker "Chronic Disease Temperature" panel lab tests - at the beginning and end of the program

  • Two additional blood tests on each blood draw: H-pylori & Chlamydial Antibodies

  • Robust digital risk assessment at the beginning and end of the program

  • 2 hours of functional practitioner consults (your choice of provider)

  • 5 hours of coach-directed plan implementation

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Key Providers

Contributing
Providers

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Thomas Lokensgard,
N.D., D.M.D.
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Thomas Lewis, Ph.D.
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Michael Carter, M.D.
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Scott Laird, N.D.
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Jodi Laird,
Health Coach
David Harshfield, M.D.
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Our team of professionals help you simplify your path to health.

 

In traditional medicine, there are 77,000 codes for diagnoses.

 

When working with us, we evaluate five (5) critical mechanisms that drive most chronic brain conditions.

 

The 5 mechanisms are:
 

  1. Poor repair and recovery due to nutritional and absorption deficiencies

  2. Specific sensitivities that cause inflammation

  3. Internal resource allocation - Thrive vs Survive - aka Stress

  4. Chronic and often stealth infections

  5. Inadequate autophagy

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Wendi Michele,
Nutritionist & Advocate
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Mollie Hitchcock, Coach & Personal Trainer

What the program includes:

  • Provider - 2 hours of consults

    • An initial 1 hour review of all your information and plan development​

    • Month 2: 15 minute check-in to review progress and order "spot check" labs​

    • Month 5: 15 minute check-in and update

    • Month 6: 30 minute review and determination of next steps

  • Health Coach - 6 hours of plan implementation consults

    • Frequency and duration to be determined on an individualized basis​

    • Includes an initial 1 hour plan review and prioritization

    • Subsequent meetings are to aid in implementation, review progress, and assign "next step" tasks

  • Blood Testing - Extensive 59 biomarker panel obtained at the beginning and end of 6-month program

    • Spot-check labs customized to the individual based initial labs​

A la carte items:

  • Heavy Metal Testing

    • Quicksilver Scientific or Great Plains Labs

  • Food Sensitivity Testing

    • Alletess Labs - 184 food panel

    • KBMO - 132 foods and inflammatory response

    • Vibrant America - peptide response (zoomers): panel dependent

    • Zonulin Test for intestinal permeability

  • Oral Testing

    • Oral DNA test for 11 pathogens

  • Advanced Pathogen Testing

    • Vibrant Wellness Tickborne Complete 2.0

    • Viral burden

  • Eye Testing

    • Vision Source

  • Hormone Evaluation

  • Custom lab panels and spot-check labs

What we do is backed by Science....

Here is one of several thousand research papers that supports our approach from the magazine, Science:

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Chronic inflammation accompanies brain injury,

suggesting that inflammatory processes may contribute to

neural stem cell dysfunction.

Here, we (Stanford University) show that

neuro-inflammation alone inhibits neurogenesis

(growth of new neurons - needed to restore brain connections)

 and that an inflammatory blockade

(stopping inflammation)

restores neurogenesis

after inflammation (caused by infection or other sources).

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