Read Your Blood Test Results Correctly and Note the Optimal Reference Ranges

Did you know that the reference ranges you get on blood tests as to what's HIGH or LOW aren't the only ranges you should look at? Some of those ranges are so wide that they are practically useless. They certainly cannot be used to spot sub-clinical conditions.

So what do you use?

Well it turns out that a number of doctors and universities have developed "optimal" ranges for your blood work numbers. I've studied everything available on this material over the years, spending thousands of dollars in the process, and have written a book on these ranges and what they suggest you need to take.

I go over a bit of this in my upcoming optimal health and anti-aging seminar, which is available in Powerpoint format from the Products Page of the website. The work of Dr. Harry Eidinier, Abrishamian, Tipps, Cessna and others all support the fact that the "optimal ranges" can be used to spot conditions that stump the doctors.

For instance, did you know that when your blood work shows that uric acid levels are less than 1.8, cholesterol is less than 140, triglycerides are less than 40 and lymphocytes are less than 20 simultaneously, you better suspect cancer. Hi uric acid levels naturally correspond to gout, hi chlorides and low CO2 levels simultaneously usually indicates "chemical sciatica" (backpain that stumps the doctors since MRI, CATSCAN, and MEGs will be normal ), hi creatinine levels often tell you that you have prostate problems, and BUN can be used to tell if you are gluten sensitive.

Blood Test Optimal Reference Ranges

Want to know some of the optimal ranges for blood chemistry figures? It's more complicated than the following list since the numbers change based on your age and weight and sex, but here's a good reference range to keep handy. Knowing something is "off" will tell you what to look up on the internet, and knowing this you may be able to spot something the doctors miss.

Chem Panel Optimal Range
Glucose                            80 - 100
Carbon Dioxide                 26 - 31
Sodium                           135 - 142
Potassium                        4.0 - 4.5
Chloride                          100 - 106
Phosphate                       3.4 - 4.0
Calcium                           9.4 - 10.0
Magnesium                           > 2.0
Serum iron                       80 - 100

BUN                                10 - 18
Creatinine                    .8/.9 - 1.1
Uric Acid                        3.0 - 5.5 female
                                     3.0 - 5.9 males

Cholesterol                    150 - 220
HDL                                    > 55
LDL                                    < 120
Triglycerides                   70 - 110

Total Protein                   6.9 - 7.4
Albumin                         4.0 - 5.0
Globulin                         2.4 - 2.9

Total Bilirubin                   .1 - 1.2
Alkaline Phosphatase       70 - 100
AST (SGOT)                   10 - 30
ALT (SGPT)                    10 - 30
LDH                              140 - 200
GGTP                             10 - 30

WBC                              6.0 - 7.5 (5.0 - 8.0)
RBC                               4.0 - 4.9
                                     (3.9 - 4.5 females, 4.2 - 4.9 males)
HGB                             13.8 - 14.9
                                   (13.5 - 14.5 females, 14.0 - 5.0 males)
HCT                                37 - 45
                                     (37 - 44 females, 40 - 48 males)
MCV                           82.0 - 89.9
MCH                           27.0 - 31.9
RDW                                <= 13.0
Platelets                 150,000 - 450,000
Basophils                         0 - 1%
Lymphocytes                  24 - 44
Neutrophils                     40 - 60


Source: Composed from information published and copyrighted by Dr. Harry Eidinier, Balancing Body Chemistry

And speaking of the blood, did you know that better circulation will help get rid of high blood pressure, improve your memory, speed wound healing, cut down on the risk of cancer and stroke, increase your energy and all sorts of items that are all related to increasing oxygenated blood flow throughout the body.

To find out how to clean your blood of toxic poisons and create better circulation naturally, click here.

Did you know that doing breathing exercises for spiritual cultivation helps improve the blood circulation for all these benefits? Did you know that part of the changes due to cultivation are to improve your chi, hormone and blood circulation throughout the body?

So how can we give it a boost?

What can really help with blood flow, however, are a few off the shelf nutritional supplements that you can take with safety. These include Woebenzyme, nattokinase (Allergy Research brand) to remove blood clots throughout the body and lower blood pressure, Adaptrin (Padma 28), Vitalzym and a few others.

All these supplements are mentioned in our Detox guide for the spiritual trail. To find out more, detoxification, just click.



Meditation Techniques |  Health and Relaxation |  Advanced Yoga Kung-fu |  Religions and Spiritual Practice  |  Self-Improvement |  Zen and Tao |  Wisdom Teachings
Paranormal Explanations |  Consciousness Studies |  Ethical Business |  Martial Arts

© 2006-2017 Top Shape Publishing LLC
1135 Terminal Way #209 Reno, NV 89502
Terms of Use  |  Privacy Statement  |  Links