The Amino Acid Analysis Urine Test
Amino acids are critical to all aspects of your health, they are the building blocks of life and are required by every cell in your body to function properly. The amino acid analysis test is a great way to discover your personal levels of amino acids giving you the knowledge to take actions to support your body in building and maintenance.
The Amino Acid Analysis Test
The amino acids test is a simple urine test that can be done right from you home or office. The test evaluates the levels of 37 amino acids which empowers you to prevent amino acid deficiencies, protect against amino acid excess and provide your body with the building blocks it needs to get the results you’re looking for. The test includes:
- The test kit
- The test kit full instructions
- Express post overnight return delivery to laboratory
- Test results are sent to one of our professional health practitioners within 12-15 business days for evaluation. Our practitioners contact you with the results and recommendations on any findings via email, mail or phone so you’ll know exactly what you need to do if the results come back positive.
Which Amino Acids Do We Test For?
We test the levels of 37 of the bodies most important amino acids, these include:
About Amino Acids
Amino acids play central roles both as building blocks of proteins and as intermediates in metabolism. They are catalysts to most, if not all, cellular processes. Scientific research has demonstrated that conditions as varied as chemical sensitivities, cardiovascular disease, macular degeneration, bone disorders and insomnia are associated with amino acid imbalances. Amino acids are required for neurotransmitter and hormone production.
Numerous health conditions are associated with amino acid metabolism as a result of the many physiological processes they are involved in. The production of neurotransmitters, hormones, nitric oxide, urea, antioxidants, connective tissue and ATP are just a few examples. Liver detoxification reactions involve glutathione conjugation, amino acid conjugation (taurine, glycine) methylation, sulphation and acetylation and glucuronidation.
Symptoms of Amino Acid Deficiency or Excess
Many people have amino deficiencies and or excesses this is because each person is unique and has different amino acid requirements. There are many problems that can result in amino acid imbalances some these include:
Body building under-performance
Mental health issues
Neural tubal defects
Poor bladder control
Poor Liver detoxification
Vitamin & mineral deficiencies
Have any questions about this test? Ask one of our qualified health practitioners here.