Ideal Use: Athletes looking to gain deeper insights into nutritional needs that go beyond traditional blood testing.
Introducing Metabolomix+ for athletes – the ultimate nutritional testing solution designed to optimize your athletic performance!
Metabolomix+ provides a comprehensive analysis of key nutritional biomarkers through a non-invasive at-home morning urine collection and optional bloodspot finger stick, and buccal swab.
Metabolomix+ for athletes is a unique combination of nutritional tests that assesses your functional need for antioxidants, B vitamins, minerals, digestive support, fatty acids, and amino acids. With insights gained from this test, our team of experts can help you tailor your nutrition to meet your body’s precise needs.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, the Metabolomix+ nutritional test can help you optimize your athletic performance. By identifying any nutritional deficiencies or imbalances, you can fuel your body more effectively, enhance your endurance, and reduce your risk of injury.
Choose Metabolomix+ for athletes and take your athletic performance to the next level. Order now and get started on your journey toward optimal health and performance!
METABOLOMIX+ Panel tests include:
- Organic Acids (urine)
- Malabsorption and Bacterial/ Yeast Dysbiosis Markers
- Cellular Energy & Mitochondrial Metabolites
- Neurotransmitter Metabolites are downstream byproducts of epinephrine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine
- Vitamin Markers
- Toxin & Detoxification Markers
- Oxalate Markers relate to kidney stone formation, oxidative stress, and metabolic dysfunction.
- Amino Acids (urine)
- Essential Amino Acids
- Nonessential Amino Acids
- Intermediary Metabolites
- B Vitamin Markers are involved in biochemical reactions that specifically require B vitamins.
- Urea Cycle Markers are byproducts associated with nitrogen (ammonia) detoxification.
- Glycine/Serine Metabolites are involved in the serine-to-choline pathway and the methylation pathways.
- Dietary Peptide Related Markers can indicate incomplete protein breakdown and meat intake.