Why Blood Tests Can Be Potentially Misleading

Blood Tests

Clinical Nutritionist Josh Gitalis discusses why Blood tests can sometimes be misleading.  Our blood is the river of our body.  It needs to stay constant, moving and in homeostasis so sometimes blood is not a good indicator of what is going on in the tissues and cells of the body.

The Medical Reference Range represents a satisfactory range of guidelines to health for the general population .  But there is an Optimal Reference Range which is a smaller range which refers to the best numbers that represent optimal good health.  Get a copy of your blood test and consult with a qualified medical professional to ensure you fall in the optimal range.