Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis

Have you been told that your blood tests are normal, but you still sense that something is not quite right?

It can be frustrating to feel like something is off with your health, only to receive “normal” blood test results from your doctor. Unfortunately, this experience is all too common due to the limitations of traditional blood testing. In many cases, people start experiencing symptoms before their blood test markers show any abnormalities.

Just because your results are considered “normal” doesn’t necessarily mean that they reflect what’s truly optimal or healthy for you. This is where functional blood chemistry analysis comes in. By examining a wider range of markers, we can gain a more comprehensive understanding of your unique health story and identify any imbalances or deficiencies that could be impacting your well-being.

With this knowledge, we can develop a personalized plan to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. By addressing the underlying causes of any issues, rather than just treating symptoms, you can feel more in control of your life and enjoy a greater sense of vitality and well-being.

Your aim should not be to achieve normal, but rather to reach an optimal state of health.

Blood tests are a common diagnostic tool used to assess a person’s health. However, the results of these tests may not always provide a full picture of a person’s well-being. In fact, many people who feel unwell may have “normal” results on a blood test, despite experiencing symptoms or a sense of unwellness. This is because the reference ranges used in traditional blood testing are often based on statistical averages, rather than individualized health goals or optimal function. As a result, the interpretation of conventional blood tests may miss early warning signs of health problems.

That’s why it’s important to look beyond the traditional reference ranges and take a more personalized approach to blood testing. By analyzing your blood chemistry in a more comprehensive way, we can identify imbalances and potential areas of concern before they progress to a diagnosable disease.

So if you’re feeling unwell and traditional blood tests aren’t providing the answers you need, don’t give up hope. A more personalized and comprehensive approach to blood testing may be just what you need to uncover the root of your health concerns and make positive changes for optimal wellness.

What is Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis?

Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis (FBCA) is a cutting-edge approach to blood testing that provides a proactive way to manage your health. Unlike traditional blood tests that use generic reference ranges, FBCA utilizes “functional” ranges that are based on what’s considered optimal for a healthy body. By analyzing blood chemistry through this lens, FBCA can detect sub-clinical health problems and identify disease risk long before symptoms arise.

Early detection means that you can take action to prevent health problems from becoming full-blown diseases. With the right diet and lifestyle interventions, you can appropriately manage your health and avoid the need for costly and invasive medical treatments down the line.

Yet another advantage of FBCA is that it enables you to monitor the progress of your physiological indicators and track your risk for potential health issues over time. Through comparing results from previous tests, you can assess how your wellbeing is advancing and evaluate the effects of any efforts made towards optimizing your wellbeing.

Overall, FBCA is one of the most valuable, efficient, and cost-effective screening tools available for evaluating the status of your health and susceptibility to disease. With FBCA, you can take control of your health and make informed decisions to optimize your well-being.

Discover the underlying causes of your symptoms using state-of-the-art blood test interpretation technology, designed to provide the most advanced analysis available.

What kind of data can FBCA reveal about me?

FBCA offers a comprehensive analysis of various physiological systems and processes in the body, allowing you to monitor changes and progress over time. Some of the areas of information provided by FBCA include:

  • Gastrointestinal Function
  • Liver & Gallbladder Function
  • Red Blood Cell Function – Nutritional Anemias
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Blood Sugar Regulation
  • Adrenal Function
  • Adrenal Function
  • Thyroid Function
  • Kidney Function
  • Hormone Balance
  • Cardiovascular Function
  • Inflammation
  • Immune System Function
  • Electrolyte Balance
  • Hydration Status
  • Oxygen Carrying Capacity
  • Toxicity & Oxidative Stress
  • Acid/Base Balance
  • Allergy Tendencies
Through the analysis of functional blood chemistry, you can uncover valuable insights into the intricate biochemistry of your body!

FBCA, or functional blood chemistry analysis, can offer many benefits and can be a valuable tool to help you gain deeper insights into your overall health. Whether you’re dealing with a persistent health issue or just want more information to make informed decisions, FBCA can provide an array of advantages.

Here are some common reasons why FBCA may be right for you:

  1. Confirming or questioning “normal” blood work: FBCA can offer a second opinion on your existing blood work, helping to uncover issues that may have gone unnoticed.
  2. Identifying healing opportunities: FBCA can help to uncover blind spots or weak links in your body’s biochemistry, providing insight into potential areas for healing and improvement.
  3. Assessing nutrient status: FBCA can provide information on your body’s nutrient levels, allowing you to make informed decisions about dietary changes and supplements.
  4. Early detection of sub-clinical problems: FBCA can highlight potential health issues before they become more serious, allowing you to take proactive steps towards prevention.
  5. Monitoring the effects of lifestyle changes: FBCA can help track the effects of diet, exercise, and other lifestyle interventions on your health.
  6. Monitoring long-term health trends for potential disease risk identification: FBCA can provide a way to monitor changes in your health over time, allowing you to catch potential problems early.
  7. Understanding the underlying causes of health issues: FBCA can provide a more in-depth look at the underlying causes of your health complaints, helping you to address the root of the issue rather than just treating symptoms.
  8. More accurate means to evaluate health and wellness: FBCA is a highly sensitive way to evaluate your health and can help with early detection, potentially catching health issues before they become more serious.

Overall, FBCA is a powerful tool that can help you take control of your health and wellbeing. Whether you’re looking to prevent health issues or address existing concerns, FBCA can provide a wealth of valuable information to help you achieve your goals.

Embarking on Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis involves 3-4 simple steps:

1. Blood Test

Step 1: Schedule a Blood Test

Another option is to order an affordable blood test directly and have it administered at one of the 2,500 labs located throughout the United States. If you need assistance selecting a test, feel free to reach out to us for guidance.

2. Test Results

Step 2: Share Your Test Results

Once you receive your test results, share a copy of the report via email with the practitioner conducting the analysis.

3. Get FBCA Report

Step 3: Receive your comprehensive FBCA report

As soon as we have received all of the necessary results and completed the analysis, we will send your comprehensive FBCA report via email within 48 to 72 hours.

4. Consultation

Step 4: Schedule a Consultation (optional)

As soon as we have received all of the necessary results and completed the analysis, we will send your comprehensive FBCA report via email within 48 to 72 hours.

What blood markers shall I get tested?

If you want to get the most out of your FBCA report, we recommend testing as many blood markers as possible. FBCA can analyze over 125 biomarkers to provide a comprehensive analysis of your body’s biochemistry. For best results, we suggest asking your healthcare provider to run the following panels:

What information will I find in my Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis report?

The Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis report is an extensive document that comprises various sections, which include:

FBCA & Consultation

Report & Consultation
$ 325
  • Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis Report
  • 1-hour One-on-One Consultation (Video)

If you are interested in obtaining a Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, contact us below:

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, anyone from anywhere in the world can request a Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis. All you need is a recent blood test that has been taken within the last three months. The more markers that are included in the analysis, the more thorough and informative the results will be. So, we encourage you to include as many markers as possible to get the most out of the analysis.

Your Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis report is a comprehensive document that covers several sections, including:

  • Functional Body Systems
  • Accessory Body Systems
  • Macronutrient Status
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Clinical Dysfunctions
  • Blood Test Results
  • Blood Test Comparative
  • Blood Test Results Score
  • Blood Test History
  • Out Of Optimal Range Markers

Our analysis can include a comprehensive list of biomarkers, which consists of the following markers, including 8 functional ratios that are automatically calculated:

  • Liver function markers
  • Kidney function markers
  • Electrolyte markers
  • Iron status markers
  • Inflammation markers
  • Lipid profile markers
  • Thyroid markers
  • Blood glucose markers
  • Vitamin markers
  • Mineral markers
  • Amino acid markers
  • Fatty acid markers
  • Oxidative stress markers


The list includes Active B12, Albumin, Albumin/Globulin Ratio, Alk Phos, ALT (SGPT), Anion gap, AST (SGOT), Bands, Basophils, Bilirubin – Direct, Bilirubin – Indirect, Bilirubin – Total, BUN, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Calcium, Calcium/Albumin Ratio, Calcium/Phosphorous Ratio, Chloride, Cholesterol – Total, Cholesterol/HDL Ratio, CO2, Collagen Cross-Linked Telopeptide, Cortisol – AM, Cortisol – PM, C-Peptide, C-Reactive Protein, Creatine Kinase, Creatinine, Creatinine Clearance, DHEA-S, eGFR, Eosinophils, ESR, Estradiol, Ferritin, Fibrinogen, Folate, Free T3, Free T4, Free Thyroxine Index, Fructosamine, Gastrin, GGT, Globulin (total), Glucose, HDL Cholesterol, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, Hemoglobin A1C, Homocysteine, hs-CRP or C-Reactive Protein, Insulin – Fasting, Iron – Serum, LDH, LDL Cholesterol, Leptin, Lymphocytes, Magnesium, MCH, MCHC, MCV, Monocytes, Neutrophils, Phosphorus, Platelets, Potassium, Progesterone, Protein (total), PSA, RBC Count, RDW, Reticulocyte Count, Reverse T3, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin, Sodium, Sodium:Potassium Ratio, T-3 Uptake, Testosterone – Free, Testosterone – Total, Thyroglobulin antibodies, Thyroid peroxidase antibodies, TIBC, Total T3, Total T4, Total WBCs, Transferrin saturation %, Triglyceride/HDL Ratio, Triglycerides, TSH, Uric Acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D (25-OH), VLDL.

 If you want to get a FBCA but don’t have a blood test, there are two options available to you. Firstly, you can visit your primary care provider and ask them to order blood testing for you. The coverage for this may vary depending on your healthcare insurance. To ensure a more comprehensive FBCA report, we recommend requesting as many blood markers as possible. You can find a list of suggested blood markers above.

Alternatively, if you reside in the USA and don’t want to see a healthcare provider, we can assist you in arranging a blood test through one of 2500 laboratories located in USA. This is a private service and requires out-of-pocket expenses, not covered by insurance. If you require more information, please contact us.

Your Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis (FBCA) report provides valuable insights into your current health status and helps identify potential health issues. By using the information in the report, you can take appropriate action and make informed decisions to achieve your health and wellness goals.

For example, the report can identify any nutritional deficiencies you may have, which can be helpful in making decisions about diet, lifestyle, and supplementation. Additionally, the FBCA report can provide a comparative analysis between up to six previous test results, enabling you to track changes over time and monitor the effects of any health optimization program.

It is important to note that the FBCA report is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment from your doctor. However, you can share the report with members of your healthcare team, who can use it to support and guide you in your pursuit of better health.

If the report identifies anything that may indicate a serious health problem, it is essential to seek appropriate medical advice promptly.

It is recommended to undergo periodic testing every 6 to 12 months to monitor changes in your blood markers and identify potential health issues early on. This helps you to stay informed about your health and make proactive decisions about lifestyle modifications or other interventions that may be necessary to optimize your wellbeing. However, the frequency of testing may vary depending on your individual health status and medical history, so it’s best to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate testing schedule for you.

If your FBCA report determines that there is a high likelihood of dysfunction occurring in a body system, it is important to remember that the report is not intended to diagnose or treat any specific medical condition. It is recommended that you speak with your primary healthcare provider for further evaluation and management. Your healthcare provider can help you understand what steps you can take to improve your health and address any potential issues highlighted in the report.

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Please note that the Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis (FBCA) provided by The Fulfilled Life is not meant to replace a visit to your personal physician, nor is it intended to offer medical advice. We strongly recommend consulting with your own doctors or other qualified health professionals regarding any medical conditions you may have. The information provided in the FBCA report is for educational purposes only and should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

The Fulfilled Life, its officers, employees, or third-party affiliates shall not be held liable or responsible for any misunderstanding or misuse of the information contained in the FBCA report, or for any loss, damage, or injury caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by any treatment, action, data entry error, or application of any food or food source discussed in this report. Please use this information responsibly and with the guidance of your healthcare team.


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