Nutritional Health 
Profile Baseline

The Nutritional health profile baseline is a thorough and proactive health assessment designed to provide a comprehensive overview of an individual’s well-being. This multifaceted test incorporates a range of vital components to assess different aspects of health, ensuring a holistic examination.

Sample type:  Blood
Preparation:  Overnight fasting is required for this panel (10-12 hours without food).

Price: $347


The Nutritional health profile baseline serves as a proactive measure to identify potential health issues early on, enabling timely intervention and personalized health management. Results from these tests offer a baseline for future health monitoring and guide healthcare professionals in providing tailored recommendations based on individual health goals and risk factors.

Components of the Test

CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel): This segment of the test delves into kidney and liver function, blood sugar levels, electrolyte balance, and protein levels in the blood.

CBC (Complete Blood Count): Providing insights into overall health, CBC evaluates red and white blood cell counts and platelet levels, aiding in the detection of potential blood disorders.

Ferritin: Measures the level of ferritin, a protein that stores iron in the body, to assess iron levels and detect iron deficiency or iron overload.

Iron: Measures the concentration of iron in the blood, which is essential for the production of red blood cells and oxygen transport in the body.

Folate (Vitamin B9): Measures the level of folate in the blood, which is essential for DNA synthesis, cell division, and red blood cell production.

Magnesium: Assesses the level of magnesium in the blood, which plays a crucial role in various biochemical processes, including energy metabolism, muscle function, and bone health.

Vitamin B12: Measures the concentration of vitamin B12 in the blood, which is necessary for nerve function, DNA synthesis, and red blood cell formation.

Vitamin D: Assesses the level of vitamin D in the blood, which is essential for calcium absorption, bone health, immune function, and overall well-being.