Elite Thyroid Profile
Thyroid dysfunction can explain a wide variety of symptoms because of the central role of thyroid hormones in directing the metabolic activity of cells. A properly regulated thyroid is essential to a wide array of biochemical processes in the body. These profiles can help detect both overt and subclinical thyroid disease, as well as monitor thyroid replacement therapy.
Elite Thyroid Profile provides an assessment of thyroid health, including screening for hypo or hyperthyroidism, determining Free T4 and Free T3 levels, testing for autoimmune thyroid disease, and monitoring thyroid replacement dosages. Elite Thyroid Profile adds an indicator of low iodine status and total T4 production by the thyroid gland.
Elite Thyroid Profile includes: T4, Tgbn, TSH, fT3, fT4, TP0ab
Consider for: Alopecia, anxiety, arthralgias, constipation, depression, fatigue, Hashimotos, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, infertility, menstrual disorders (DUB, amenorrhea), mood disorders, obesity, sleep disorders, and weight issues.
How Does It Work?
Order the test kit online and a complete materials package will be delivered to your door.1
Follow the instructions for the collection of saliva, blood, or urine and return samples via prepaid shipping label.2
Get results quickly and discreetly through a secure online portal or have a physical copy sent directly to you.3
Why Test With Us?
Highest Testing Standards
We use the most up-to-date collection methods to secure blood, urine, and saliva samples for shipment and testing. Our at-home test kits and methodologies meet the highest standards for both quality and validity.
Certified Testing Labs
CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) certified laboratories are used to receive and evaluate test samples. This ensures strict adherence to both state and federal guidelines with regular inspections from applicable government agencies.
Key Facts About The Lab
Operating for over 20 years with over 8 million tests completed. Developed three distinct hormone testing methods. Partner with the CDC and NIH on research.
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