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Old 02-18-2011, 01:58 PM
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Default Nutreval Test Results, please help evaluate

I attempted typing it all out, way too much. I just posted what I typed. I'm going to scan the rest and post up by the end of today.

Nutreval Test Results
B-Vitamins
Thiamin- OK
Riboflavin- “0” Vanilmandelic Acid L
Niacin- “1” Vanilmandelic Acid L
Folic Acid- “2” 1-Methylhistidine H
B6- “0”
B12- “0”

Anti-Oxidants

Vit A, E, Beta-Carotene- “5” Glycine L, Vanilmandelic Acid L
Vitamin C- “8” Glutathione L/N, Vanilmandelic Acid L
CoQ-10- “7” CoQ10 L/N
Lipoic Acid- “7” Glutathione L/N, Pyroglutamic Acid L
Glutatathione- “10” Glutathione L/N, Pyroglutamic Acid L

Minerals

Copper- “2” Vanilmandelic Acid L
Iron- “0”
Magnesium- “7” Ethanolamine> 8x PPE, Mercury H
Manganese- “0”
Molybdenum- “0”
Zinc- “0”

Co-Factors

Alpha-Ketoglutarate- “0”
Branched-Chain Amino Acids- “0”
Essential Fat Imbalance- “3” Omega 3 Index L/N

Gastrointestinal Dysfunctions

Protein Malabsorption/Maldigestion- “6” 1-Methylhistidine H, Tyrosine L
Bacterial Dysbiosis- “3” Ammonia H
Yeast/ Fungal Dysbiosis- “0”
Nitrogen Balance (Excess)- “0”
Nitrogen Balance (Deficiency)- “6” Alanine L, Glycine L

Detoxification Dysfunction

Detoxification Impairment- “5” Glycine L, Pyroglutamic Acid L
Impaired Methylation- “4” Glutathione L/N, Glycine L, Vanilmandelic Acid L
Oxidative Stress- “8” Glutathione L/N, Mercury H, Pyroglutamic Acid L
Toxic Exposure- “4” Mercury H
Disease Risk

Mitochondrial Dysfunction/ Fatigue- “6” CoQ10 L, Glutathione L/N
Neurotransmitter Imbalance- “7” Alanine L, Glutathione L/N, Tyrosine L, Vanilmandelic Acid L


Malabsorption Markers Reference Range
1. Idoleactic Acid (IAA) 1.3 <=9.0
2. Phenylacetic Acid (PAA) <dl <dl
3. Dihydroxyphenylpropionic Acid (DHPPA) 2.1 <=2.2
4. Succinic Acid 0.4 <=20.0
Bacterial Dysbiosis Markers Reference Range
5. Citramalic Acid 0.4 <=7.0
6. Indoleactic Acid (IAA) 1.3 <=9.0
7. Phenylacetic Acid (PAA) <dl <dl
8. Dihydroxyphenylpropionic Acid (DHPAA) 2.1 <=2.2
9. Benzoic/ Hippuric Acids Ratio 0.01 <=.02
10. Succinic Acid 0.4 <=7.0
Yeast/ Fungal Dysbiosis Markers Reference Range
11. Arabinose 11.4 <=42.3
12. Citramalic Acid 0.4 <=7.0
Glycolysis Metabolites Reference Range
13. Lactic Acid 1.9 6.3-6.4
14. Pyruvic Acid 5.0 1.1-15.4
Citric Acid Metabolites Reference Range
15. Citric Acid 34.9 21.9-475.1
16. Cis-Acontic Acid 16.9 1.4-76.8
17. Isocitric Acid 19.4 3.7-87.4
18. Alpha-Ketoglutaric Acid (AKG) 4.3 0.5-16.0
19. Succinic Acid 0.4 <=20.0
20. Malic Acid <dl <=2.4
Ketone and Fatty Acid Metabolites Reference Range
21. Adipic Acid 0.2 <=5.2
22. Suberic Acid 0.6 <=3.0
23. Beta-OH-Butyric Acid (BHBA) 0.3 <=6.4
24. Beta-OH-Methylglutaric Acid (HMG) 1.0 <=6.7
Neurotransmitter Metabolites Reference Range
25. Vanilmandelic Acid 1.1 1.2-5.9
26. Homovanillic Acid 1.8 0.9-4.4
27. 5-OH-indoleactic Acid 1.9 1.1-6.5
28. 3-Methyl-4-OH-phenylglycol 3.5 <=16.7


Organic Acids for Cofactor Need Reference Range
29. Alpha-Ketoisovaleric Acid <dl <=2.0
30. Alpha-Ketoisocaproic Acid <dl <=2.0
31. Alpha-Keto-Beta-Methylvaleric Acid <dl <=2.0
32. Kynurenic Acid 0.6 <=10.0
33. Formiminoglutamic Acid (FIGlu) 3.8 <=12.1
34. Methylmalonic Acid 7.1 <=19.0
35. 2-Hydroxyphenylacetic Acid 0.9 <=1.2
36. 4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvic Acid 1.9 <=24.7
37. Homogentisic Acid <dl <=2.0
38. Alpha-Ketoadipic Acid (AKAA) <dl <=0.8
39. Glutaric Acid 0.3 <=2.5
40. 3-Hydroxypropionic Acid 0.9 <=27.5
41. Orotic Acid 0.7 <=20.7
42. Pyroglutamic Acid 20.4 21.7-105.3
Creatinine Concentration Reference Range
43. Creatinine Concentration 0.0101 0.0031-0.0195

Nutritionally Essential and Semi-Essential Amino Acids Reference Ranges
1. Arginine 11 10-64
2. Histidine 445 271-993
3. Isoleucine 27 17-52
4. Leucine 49 25-77
5. Lysine 51 34-226
6. Methionine 47 22-69
7. Phenylalanine 23 22-61
8. Taurine 175 80-545
9. Threonine 91 52-192
10. Tryptophan 38 23-88
11. Valine 33 19-53


Dietary Peptide Related Markers Reference Ranges
12. Anserine 10 8-118
13. Carnosine 26 12-120
14. 1-Methylhistidine 1,356 83-1,008
15. Beta-Alanine 10 <=17
Nonessential Protein Amino Acids Reference Ranges
16. Alanine 98 103-392
17. Asparagine 68 37-134
18. Aspartic Acid 43 27-74
19. Cysteine 77 19-70
20. Cystine 30 23-68
21. Glutamic Acid 14 3-15
22. Glutamine 185 153-483
23. Glycine 362 434-1,688
24. Proline 3 2-14
25. Serine 182 135-426
26. Tyrosine 25 28-113

Intermediary Metabolites and Diagnostic Markers
Amino Acid Reference Ranges
27. Alpha-Aminoadipic Acid 40 11-73
28. Alpha-Amino-N-butyric Acid 15 9-49
29. Beta-Aminosobutyric Acid 56 19-163
30. Citrulline 26 9-40
31. Cysanthionine 10 6-29
32. Ethanolamine 197 156-422
33. Ornithine 6 3-16
34. Phosphoethanolamine 21 14-50
35. Phosphoserine 23 26-64
36. 3-Methylhistidine 215 134-302
37. Ammonia 60.2 12.0-41.0
38. Urea 325 150-380
39. Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid 12 <=23
40. Sarcosine 41 <=41
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:40 PM
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After looking over 200 of these over past 2 years I can do these in my sleep. This is useless to me
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I don't understand? What do you mean?
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I need to see the actual test not just numbers on a screen. I have been using this testing in a clinical setting for years.
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Okay gotcha HAN, I'm going to go to the gym now and when I get back I'll make a new thread with all pics scanned.
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I apologize for my previous thread without pictures. With that being said, I scanned my test results and have posted them here for your review. Thanks in advance for your assistance.










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How can I get this test and how much is it?
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It's called Nutreval from Genova Diagnostics. Contact them for a list of providers who give the test. They take a blood and urine sample.
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