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Omega-3 Blood Test

$119.00
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This wellness test measures Omega-3 Levels with just a drop of blood to test for cardiac health, cognitive deterioration and other vital health markers.

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Why Test Omega-3 Levels?

Easy-to-use spot cards that require just a drop of blood for analysis to test for cardiac health, cognitive deterioration and other vital health markers. This Avazera wellness test measures Omega-3 Levels using the exclusive OmegaScore® with our network of accredited laboratories– sample testing is acquired with specialized paper strip technology for a personalized fatty acid profile. 

 

The OmegaScore® If the lab results indicate a low OmegaScore®, individuals can increase the intake of omega-3 fatty acids from food sources and/or supplements containing EPA/DHA. If changes are consistent, one can expect their OmegaScore to be in the low-risk zone for the above health conditions. The re-testing of the Omega Score can be done after 4-8 weeks to confirm entry into the “low risk” zones.

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Omega-3 Blood Test

Omega-3 Blood Test

$119.00

FAQ'S

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do we need to take Omega 3 EFA'S?

    Research has shown that Omega 3 may lower blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, slow the development of plaque in the arteries, reduce the chance of abnormal heart rhythm, reduce the likelihood of heart attack and stroke.

  • When should Omega 3’s be taken?

    Research has shown that Omega 3 fatty acids are best suited to be consumed with food to be absorbed well.

  • What are symptoms of Omega 3 deficiency?

    Some people that suffer from Omega 3 deficiency may experience problems with skin, hair, and nails. Other common symptoms may include fatigue and trouble sleeping, deficits in concentration and attentiveness, joint pain, allergy symptoms, cardiovascular concerns and difficult menstrual cycles for women to name a few.