Diet & Weight Loss
Carefully designed test to accelerate your weight loss & improve energy
Vitamins, Minerals, Hormones, Inflammation, Advanced Nutrients, Blood Health, Metabolism, Thyroid, Organ Health, Lipid Profile
Role of gut microbiome in weight loss
Microbiome has a very crucial role in weight-loss. "Bacteroidetes" are the anti-obesity bacteria whereas "Firmicutes" are obesity-inducers. The ratio of Bacteroids:Firmicutes indicates your propensity towards weight-loss & obesity.
Tests available in our diet and weight loss panel
If you are starting your weight-loss transformation journey or have been trying everything without observing significant results, then you need to look at the status of internal health. The following tests are included -
Importance of regular monitoring while dieting and weight loss
If you are on special diet plan such as Keto, Paleo, Low Carb etc, monitoring your biomarkers is very crucial as this type of diets are known to lower thyroid output, throw your hormonal profile off-balance and in-turn causes health conditions such as decreased libido, fertility, sexual function, hair loss, muscle-loss etc. Regular monitoring is important if you are taking supplements.
Any age group who are starting their weight-loss program
People who have been trying to lose weight but unable to despite making effort
People who are following special diet programs such as Keto, Paleo, Low-Carb etc
A few common causes for unexplained sudden weight loss include -
Weight loss refers to a decrease in your overall body weight from muscle, water, and fat losses. Fat loss refers to weight loss from fat, and it’s a more specific and healthful goal than weight loss.
Women with PCOS produce too much insulin, or the insulin they produce does not work as it should. The inability of insulin to function normally is one reason why women with PCOS tend to gain weight or have a hard time losing weight.
Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) occurs when your thyroid gland produces too much of the hormone thyroxine. Hyperthyroidism can accelerate your body's metabolism, causing unintentional weight loss and a rapid or irregular heartbeat.
In people with diabetes, insufficient insulin prevents the body from getting glucose from the blood into the body’s cells to use as energy. When this occurs, the body starts burning fat and muscle for energy, causing a reduction in overall body weight. Unexpected weight loss is often noticed in people prior to a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes but it may also affect people with type 2 diabetes.
Initially once every 3 months till your biomarkers are optimised
Once its optimised, 6 or 12 months for monitoring
Nutritional deficiency (Vitamins & Minerals), Hormones imbalance, inflammation & insulin resistance are the key problems noticed in all age groups. The symptoms for most of these conditions may not become apparent initially but impacts the ability to lose weight as these directly impacts how your body processes calories.
Another factor is the over-training and under-recovery which puts the body in the state of stress/shock. Once in that state body starts to accumulate "fat"
+ 10-12 hours of fasting is essential before the test. During the fasting you may drink water
+ Please do not consume alcohol 48 hours before the test
Our Certified and Experienced Health Coaches will explain the test results and what can be done next