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How to Interpret Your Own Blood Tests For Optimum Levels (Not Just "Average" Levels)

How to Interpret Your Own Blood Tests For Optimum Levels (Not Just "Average" Levels)

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Published by Jamie Marie Koonce
How to Quickly and Easily Understand Your Blood Tests Without a Medical Degree
by Jamie Koonce, MSTOM, L.Ac., Dipl. OM
One of the biggest problems within mainstream conventional medicine today is that doctors often overlook serious health conditions simply because they are "not bad enough" to create lab test results that are grossly out of range enough to be "flagged" as high or low on your test results. However, one or a few biochemical markers that are outside the "optimal range" can be enough to make you have some vague symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, allergies, headaches, skin problems, depressed mood, etc.

If your test values are out of the optimal range, but not bad enough to be in the extreme HIGH or LOW range, your doctor may not even contact you to tell you your results. Even worse, your sleep-deprived, stressed out doctor may even overlook something serious or misdiagnose you with a condition you do not actually have. I know this happens because it has happened to me and it has happened to many of my patients.

A few years ago during a routine physical, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening condition and set up to have steroid injections at the local hospital. Thankfully, I asked to see my own labwork and determined that I had been misdiagnosed. On another occasion, I went to the doctor because I did not feel well, and the doctor said there was nothing wrong. I had to run my own labwork to determine that I had a B12 deficiency that was contributing to all my symptoms.

Knowing how to understand your own blood tests and make sure your biochemistry is in the optimal range can ultimately save your life! This is why I have written this downloadable ebook for you.


How to Quickly and Easily Understand Your Blood Tests Without a Medical Degree
by Jamie Koonce, MSTOM, L.Ac., Dipl. OM
One of the biggest problems within mainstream conventional medicine today is that doctors often overlook serious health conditions simply because they are "not bad enough" to create lab test results that are grossly out of range enough to be "flagged" as high or low on your test results. However, one or a few biochemical markers that are outside the "optimal range" can be enough to make you have some vague symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, allergies, headaches, skin problems, depressed mood, etc.

If your test values are out of the optimal range, but not bad enough to be in the extreme HIGH or LOW range, your doctor may not even contact you to tell you your results. Even worse, your sleep-deprived, stressed out doctor may even overlook something serious or misdiagnose you with a condition you do not actually have. I know this happens because it has happened to me and it has happened to many of my patients.

A few years ago during a routine physical, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening condition and set up to have steroid injections at the local hospital. Thankfully, I asked to see my own labwork and determined that I had been misdiagnosed. On another occasion, I went to the doctor because I did not feel well, and the doctor said there was nothing wrong. I had to run my own labwork to determine that I had a B12 deficiency that was contributing to all my symptoms.

Knowing how to understand your own blood tests and make sure your biochemistry is in the optimal range can ultimately save your life! This is why I have written this downloadable ebook for you.


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