The "C" in CHAOS CURE stands for the complete blood count with differential. The Complete Blood Count with Differential will be analyzed using a 'functional' perspective rather than today's 'conventional reference ranges' which are designed to place 95% of people within the 'clinically' normal reference range. The problem with 95% of people being considered normal is that, in today's society obesity, type II diabetes, heart disease, etc. are commonly found; therefore lab vbalues associated with those conditions become the 'normal'. A functional reference range will provide a closer look at lab values that are heading towards abnormal, and allow for early intervention...to control them before they can become a 'disease state'. Many early signs of disease states may be overlooked when comparing lab values to a conventional reference range rather than a functional range. Functional reference ranges are much more sensitive than conventional reference ranges. A functional assessment of lab values aims at disease prevention, not disease identification and/or control. This is the first of five tests in the CHAOS CURE plan.
The "H" in CHAOS CURE stands for hormone testing. This is the 2nd of the 5 recommended diagnostic tests. Hormones are responsible for many body functions including: energy levels, mood, memory, sex drive, sleep, wrinkles, body weight, healthy hearts, joint health, and the immune system. Many chronic disease states are related to an underlying hormone imbalance. Hormone testing allows for early detection of existing and/or manifesting disease states. We use a laboratory that determines hormone levels via blood spot and saliva testing which we find to be very user friendly and accurate. After receiving the results of the hormone tests, we will determine the appropriate steps toward hormone balance which may include biodentical hormone replacement therapy and/or nutritional supplementation.
The "A" in CHAOS CURE stands for anatomy evaluation.
The 'O' in the CHAOS CURE formula stands for onco which means cancer...early detection through a simple, inexpensive blood test, called the AMAS test. This test can detect cancer in the body before any clinical signs and/or symptoms are present. How exciting is that??? And, why isn't every person in America taking this affordable test yearly as a means of early detection and subsequent prevention???
The last diagnostic test of the fantastic five is certainly not the least. 'S' stands for "Spectracell Vitamin and Mineral Testing" and for appropriate Supplements...accurate testing looking for deficiency or excesses in vitamins and minerals in your blood. Why do we take supplements if we don't need them? Why don't we take supplements if we do need them? Through specialized intracellular vitamin/mineral analysis, we are able to see 'inside' our cells and determine our vitamin and mineral levels. If deficiency is found, supplements will then be recommended, and further testing 6 months down the road will reveal the effectiveness of those supplements.