Mastering Functional Lab Test Analysis is an in-depth investigation of the hidden patterns and connections within many functional lab tests. The course, led by Michael McEvoy, founder of Metabolic Healing, is designed to give you the tools you need in order to identify your client’s primary imbalances, as well as how to get clinical results faster, and more effectively with potent nutritional protocols.
Blood chemistry is the most inexpensive test to use to gain important insights, generate protocols and develop a successful clinical practice. You’ll learn how to decipher blood chemistry markers as found on a CBC, lipid, metabolic and thyroid panels.
Having a basic understanding of intracellular metabolism is key to understanding the mechanisms of dysfunction among your clients, as well as how certain nutritional therapies can be used to support function.
We will discuss at length the research into the biochemical effects of food, nutrients and herbs.You will learn how to apply specific dietary and supplemental recommendations, based upon individual metabolic characteristics, as well as key findings on a blood test.
Working with challenging cases doesn’t have to be challenging, if you are able to make priorities, and understand your goals.
Learning how to work with a client longterm is key to achieving a results, and life changing improvements. Being able to make necessary adjustments to protocols is an important part of clinical success.
Plus, you’ll receive these bonuses:
- A wholesale lab test account. Order a large variety of tests for your clients at wholesale costs. No licensure needed.
- Access to Metabolic Healing Institute bi-monthly support webinars. 1 hour live webinars with case studies, interviews, and Q&A. Plus, 40+ hours of archived videos.
- Access to the Metabolic Healing VIP Facebook Forum. Interface with over 250 VIP practitioners.
- Urinary Organic Acids (OAT) Testing Interpretive Multi-Media Reference Guide
For full details click here: https://metabolichealing.com/mastering-functional-lab-test-analysis/