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  • Lessons 15
  • Quizzes 1
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Blood Tests, Biomarkers, and Longevity

Length of Course: 4 hours

 

 

RNCP/ROHP Qualifying program

Important Notice:
This Course is one of 20 included
RNCP/ROHP Qualifying program

This course reviews the key blood and urine tests required to make an accurate assessment of objective health parameters of importance in the day-to-day nutrition and natural medicine management of a person’s health. The course explains the meaning of each lab test, how the body generates these molecules and the various genetic and environmental factors (including nutrition and drugs) that can affect their values in the blood, urine, and saliva. The course highlights ideal values associated with longevity, disease risk, and disease diagnosis, and provides a high-level overview of how to improve key blood values using evidence-based dietary, supplement, exercise and other natural interventions for certain disorders and biomarkers.

Values Highlighted Include:

  • Red Blood Cells, Anemia, and Related Disorders –
  • White Blood Cells, Infection, Inflammation and Related Disorders
  • Common Liver Function Tests
  • Inflammatory Markers And Related Diagnostic Blood Tests
  • Kidney Function Tests And Associated Conditions
  • Other Standard Blood Tests and Review Of Some Already Mentioned
  • Vitamins and Minerals – ideal blood levels
  • Hormone and Endocrine Assessment –
  • Urinalysis
  • Introduction to Urinary Organic Acid Testing

Learning Objectives:

  1. The student will develop an in-depth understanding of commonly used blood and urine tests that evaluate objective health parameters in a medical setting.
  2. The student will develop an understanding of how various dietary and lifestyle factors can influence blood and urine lab results in regards to disease processes.
  3. Based on lab findings, and in concert with other physical exam and consulting information, the student will have the skills to provide patients with evidence-based, personalized nutrition, supplementation, exercise and other lifestyle interventions to help improve or optimize important blood, urine (and in some cases, saliva) values in disease management and prevention.
  • Blood Tests, Biomarkers, and Longevity Course Notes & Required Reading

  • lesson
    Blood Tests, Biomarkers, and Longevity / Course Notes
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Recommended Blood Tests
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Risk Score Sheet LDL Men
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Risk Score Sheet Total Cholesterol Men
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Risk Score Sheet Total Cholesterol Women
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Risk Score Sheet LDL Women
    30 minutes
  • Blood Tests Biomarkers and Longevity Lessons

  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 1-23
    32 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 24-30
    24 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 31-65
    38 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 66-98
    30 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 99-115
    15 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 116-134
    28 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 135-156
    33 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 157-175
    23 minutes
  • lesson
    Blood Test Biomarkers Longevity / Slides 176-177
    6 minutes
  • quiz
    Key Blood Tests, Biomarkers and Longevity
    45 questions
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Dr. James Meschino

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