Vital and metabolic analysis
With conventional blood tests, a few values are obtained that are only relevant if they lie outside the reference range. In the vital and metabolic analysis, on the other hand, more than 50 parameters are examined and related to each other in order to record and assess the current metabolic process in its entirety. In addition, targeted examinations of the hormones in the blood and saliva as well as the microbiome in the stool can provide further indications of diseases and their causes! Based on this, the therapy with orthomolecular, homeopathic and phytotherapeutic medicine is carried out.
Holistic view of your laboratory data
In vital and metabolic analysis, “normal” laboratory data are interpreted holistically. With the combination of scientific medicine and the holistic view in the vital and metabolic analysis, the following is examined:
- Vital metabolism
- Carbohydrate metabolism
- Protein metabolism
- Liver and kidney metabolism
- and much more
What does metabolism mean?
The term metabolism refers to all chemical transformations of substances in the body of living beings. Metabolism is derived from the Greek μεταβολισμός metabolismós.
The biochemical processes of the metabolism are required for the build-up and breakdown as well as the replacement or maintenance of the body's own substances and are therefore also called building metabolism. The energy metabolism, whose processes serve to generate energy for energy-consuming activities and which contributes to the maintenance of all important bodily functions, must be differentiated from this.
What are metabolic disorders?
A metabolic disorder can occur if the processes of conversion and utilization of individual building blocks and nutrients mentioned above come to a standstill or do not function correctly. This can mean that the required substances do not get to where they are needed in the body or the processing of individual important nutrients is disrupted. Diffuse, long-lasting symptoms, such as persistent exhaustion, lack of energy, problems concentrating, problems with the digestive tract, a weak immune system, recurring infections or persisting obesity or a sudden change in body weight can be indications of a metabolic disorder.
How does a metabolic analysis work?
In the vital and metabolic analysis, a blood or saliva sample is taken and then analyzed in a laboratory. A total of over 50 parameters are examined and evaluated in order to be able to look at and assess the current metabolic processes as a whole.
Why should one‘s metabolism be analysed?
There are various indications for performing a metabolic analysis. In general, the analysis serves to gain a better understanding of your own body and its individual needs. Furthermore, the metabolic analysis provides important information about the causes of symptoms and diseases and can provide initial starting points for subsequent therapy.
Which treatment options result from a metabolic analysis?
Based on the results of a metabolic analysis, appropriate therapies and treatments can be carried out in a targeted manner to bring the metabolism back into balance. Depending on the individual findings, various therapeutic measures are required. Methods of orthomolecular, homeopathic and phytotherapeutic medicine are mainly used.
The treatment methods described here and on further pages originate from empirical medicine. The majority of these established, medical therapy methods have not yet been sufficiently scientifically validated according to the principles of evidence-based medicine (orthodox medicine). In particular, randomized, controlled studies or comprehensive meta-analyses do not yet exist. A success of the empirical medical therapy forms cannot be guaranteed in every treatment case.