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  • 30-minute online appointment

  • $110

This is a 30 minute follow up appointment to review your bloodwork, on booking the appointment you will be sent a list of tests to request from your general practitioner and once you have the results, we can look at your biochemistry in detail together so you understand and can optimise your health and wellbeing.

These are a few of the markers of health we will review together

1.     FBC/FBE/CBC This stands for Full Blood Count/Exam or Complete blood count. This test looks at the quality and quantity of your red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.

2.      Iron Studies

3. Thyroid panel, including TSH, T4, T3, reverse T3. If you have thyroid disease in the family or your result is high or low, please ask for your thyroid antibodies to be tested too.

4.    E/LFT – Electrolytes and liver function

This one will look at electrolytes, liver and kidney function and protein metabolism markers.

5.  Zinc – not commonly tested but if you can request this one, it is great to know as many of us are deficient!

6. Vitamin D – essential for so many cellular functions, especially immune system, so make sure this one is included. much lower than in other countries so definitely add this one to the list.

8. Hormones – Female hormone panel, include testosterone if you have any issues with acne, excess hair growth or insulin resistance.

Male- Male hormone panel including (E2) estrogen to make sure that if you have soy products or plastics in your diet/lifestyle, that they are not affecting your testosterone levels.

9. Cholesterol panel – including fasting insulin.

There are many more tests, but the ones above will give a good picture of how your body is coping and if there are any imbalances that need to be addressed. Most, if not all of these should be covered by Medicare if you go to your GP. You can pay for these if you would like to come direct to a natural heath practitioner.


· Do your blood tests in the morning.

· In a fasted state (no coffee before either) just water.

· At the same time in your cycle (ladies) Day 21 is good, especially if you are testing hormones.

· Get and keep your results.

· Get your bloods done at least every 12 months

· Book in to chat about your health in detail


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