Here is a list of the Top Oxidative Stress Tests available for evaluating your lifestyle choices. These tests measure the level of different biomolecules that provide evidence of Oxidative Stress. Oxidative Stress is thought to the the primary cause of multiple health problems. Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS is thought to be the main source of Oxidative Stress in humans. If we have any hope in managing BLOS, then we need a way to measure its level.
Oxidative Stress Tests Evaluate Breath, Urine, or Blood
In the following figure, three different samples, breath, urine, and blood, are available to measure Oxidative Stress. For breath and blood, two tests measure Reactive Oxygen Species or ROS. In contrast, the urine test measures the reaction end products of ROS and biomolecules.
The F2-IsoPs blood test measures the level of F2-isoprotanes, which are an end product of Oxidative Stress. The oxLDL blood test is the current Gold Standard of evaluating Oxidative Stress. This test measures the oxidation of Arachidonic Acid, an end product of Oxidative Stress. The MPO blood test evaluates the level of the enzyme, Myeloperoxidase (MPO) released by the White Blood Cells. The TOTAL COST OF ALL 3 TESTS IS $213.
Blue Diamonds offer an inexpensive urine test strip that measures the Malondialdehyde or MDA, which is a byproduct of Oxidative Stress. Use this Oxidative Stress test now to evaluate your lifestyle choices.
This is a breath test that is available through your physician with an estimated to cost $45.
This new blood test is currently in development by HemaGnosis. The BLOS# test measures the causative agent of Oxidative Stress, the abundance of the ROS+ blood cells. The BLOS# test has the potential to be a Disease Diagnostic, while the other three Oxidative Stress tests will only be LifeStyle Choice Tests. Health Insurance companies do not pay for LifeStyle tests.
Oxidative Stress Tests are Key To Evaluate Lifestyle Changes
If you decide to change your diet or start taking antioxidant supplements to manage your Oxidative Stress, then consider using these tests to evaluate your changes. As always, consult with your physician before making any changes to your diet or exercise regime (see our Disclaimer). If you have an interest in learning how lifestyle choices may lower your Oxidative Stress, then consider purchasing my new eBook.
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We will provide useful information to help you with your fight against Oxidative Stress. Blood Oxidative Stress is thought to cause multiple human health problems including: Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, and a greater risk for Cancer. Learn more about Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS at www.hemagnosis.com.
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