Bloodwork for Nutrition

Objective Hematology Based on Calculation of the Healthy Range
There are two ways to analyze a blood test.  The Clinical Range is the range that is on the blood test it is the range that the medical physicians base their treatment on.  The Healthy or Optimal Range is a calculated range based on the 33% rule.  This is the range that alternative healthcare providers use to analyze the true function of the body.  The following example will illustrate my point:

Fasting Blood Glucose:  

Clinical Range: 70-110 MG/DL                  69 and below = pathology 
     111 and above = pathology

Healthy Range:             83.2-96.8 MG/DL                          82 to 70 = less than optimal function
                                                                                             97 to 110 = less than optimum function

What does this mean?  The Clinical Range is so large because it is based on an average of very sick people, very healthy people, and everyone in between.  The Healthy or Optimal Range is obviously going to be smaller because the calculations are designed to eliminate the extremes on both ends of the Clinical Range and find a middle ground.  The key point about the Healthy Range is that it can be used to optimize health by restoring the sub-healthy ranges before they turn into pathology.  We can utilize natural methods specifically designed clinical nutrition to optimize the body’s metabolic function. 
Look at it like this:  When you get your oil changed in your car, is the oil working more efficiently at 500 miles or at 2900 miles?  Obviously, the oil is working better at the middle range than at the end.  Now look at blood sugar.  Is a fasting glucose level that hangs around 100 MG/DL as healthy as a glucose level that hangs around 90 MG/DL?  High glucose leads to diabetes.  If you focus on the Clinical Range alone, diabetes does not start until the blood sugar is above 110 MG/DL.  I can assure you that the damage that diabetes has on the system has already started to occur.  The symptoms are probably hidden but the damage has started.  Would it be better to treat naturally and assist the body in optimizing the blood sugar level or to take insulin for the rest of your life once the disease has started?
The following analysis and any recommendations are not for the purpose of treating or curing disease.  The purpose of this analysis is to provide data on which the patient may or may not decide to act.  Any nutritional counseling, vitamin recommendations, nutritional advice, and the adjunctive schedule of nutrition is provided solely to upgrade the quality of foods in the patient’s diet in order to supply good nutrition supporting the physiological and biomechanical processes of the human body.
Finally, it should be noted that the Clinical Ranges will vary slightly from laboratory to laboratory.  Most of the Clinical Ranges that I reference in this report come from the ranges that the Butler Hospital laboratory uses.  Therefore, the Healthy or Optimal Ranges are just a calculation from the Clinical Range values.  I also use the Merkle Healthy or Optimal Range for some of the values. 
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