Due to regulatory restrictions, testing is not available in AL, AZ, CA, CT, DC, HI, MD, MI, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, SC.
Exercise with a healthy diet continues to show the best results for decreasing estrogen related toxins.
A healthy diet and proper nutrition can assist in conversion to non-cancerous estrogen and elimination of known carcinogens.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has many benefits yet with HRT it is more important to monitor hormone break down for harmful biproducts.
Pesticides, plastics, and toxins found in the environment, food, and water, can imitate estrogens and increase result in harmful levels of metabolites.
With moderate alcohol intake, increased metabolites of estrogens are seen that increase harmful risk factors.
In patients exposed to smoke higher levels of estrogen derived carcinogens are observed
Measuring the total amount of estradiol and estrone in urine. Ensures adequate production in females and not excessive conversion from testosterone in males.
Toxins in plastics, water and food bind to receptors creating harmful estrogen bioproducts that are measured in this testing.
Measuring the conversion of estrogen can determine if through nutrition, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle, the body is converts estrogens down a healthy pathway.
Measuring levels of harmful biproducts can determine if ones diet and exercise is enough to lower the risk factor in developing cancer and other harmful diseases.
Test measures total production of estradiol, total production of estrone, estrogen metabolism in 2-hydroxyestrone, 4-hydroxyestrone, 16-hydroxyestrone, and methylation into 2-methoxyestrone.
All results should be reviewed with a health care provider. Testing provided is not diagnostic or meant to be a comprehensive analysis and should be used as informational. It does not include all information about conditions, treatments, medications, side effects or risks that may apply to specific patients.