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Diabetes Metabolism Test

Rs. 6,500.00

Rs. 3,900.00

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Test Parameter Details

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  • Glucose homeostasis and Insulin Sensitivity

    INSULIN SENSITIVITY - Insulin, as commonly known is a hormone that helps keep your blood sugar level from getting too high or too low. Glucagon is a peptide hormone that raises the concentration of glucose in the bloodstream. Glucose Homeostasis is the "balance" of insulin and glucagon so as to maintain blood glucose to anappropriate level. This panel of metabolic markers reveal the 'imbalance' if any, between the two, and indicates the needto improve the amino acids which may help a diabetic's sensitivity to insulin and glucose

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Insulin Resistance
    • Glucose Homeostasis 
    • Visceral Adiposity 

    BLOOD MARKERS

    • Valine
    • Leucine
    • Phenylalanine
    • Tyrosine
    • 2-Aminoadipic Acid
    • Alanine

    URINARY MARKERS

    • Ala
    • Glycoxylate 
    • Fructose 
    • Glycerol 
    • Leu
    • Citrate 
    • 3HIB
    • isoLeu 
    • Phe1 
    • Val 
    • Tyr1 
    • 2Aadipate 
    • Glucose
  • Metabolic syndrome risk

    Metabolic syndrome is a group of five risk factors that increase the likelihood of developing heart disease, Having three or more of these factors will result in a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome and it will increase your risk of health complications. diabetes, and stroke.

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Metabolic Syndrome Risk

    BLOOD MARKERS

    • Leucine
    • 2-Aminoadipic Acid
    • Valine
    • Glutamine

    URINARY MARKERS

    • Gln 
    • Glycerol 
    • 3HB 
    • Citrate 
    • Met 
    • G3P
  • Ketoacidosis

    Diabetic ketoacidosis occurs when the body cannot use sugar (glucose) as a fuel source because there is no insulin

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Ketoacidosis Status

    URINARY MARKERS

    • Pyruvate
    • 2HB
    • 3HB
    • Lactate
  • Gut Dysbiosis

    A leaky gut is a situation when spaces form between the cells in the small intestinal wall allow large molecules (Eg. food, bacteria, heavy metals, toxins, and allergens) sneak through to blood stream, thereby triggering a response by body’s immune system. Type 2 Diabetes is commonly associated with poor diet and inactivity, which could be an outcome of a leaky gut. Predominance of bad types of bacteria the digestive system is called as Dysbiosis. Type 2 diabetes is almost always associated with colonic dysbiosis and it is important to check whether there is a dysbiosis situation with a diabetic.

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Dysbiosis Risk
    • Gut Permeability 
    • Intestinal Malabsorption
    • Clostridia Bacterial Overgrowth
    • Yeast and Fungal Infection 
    • Bacterial Overgrowth

    BLOOD MARKERS 

    • Valine
    • Threonine
    • Glycine
    • 2-Aminoadipic Acid
    • Leucine
    • beta-Alanine

    URINARY MARKERS

    • Citramallic
    • 4HBA 
    • 2HPA 
    • Indole3AA 
    • 4Hhippurate
    • PA 
    • 2Hhippurate
    • 4HPA
    • 4HPL
    • tartarate 
    • 3HP3HP 
    • hippurate1 
    • arabinose
    • 2HIC
    • 5HM2F
    • Benzonate
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Risk

    The Autonomic Nervous System has the function to regulate the 'automatic' functions of the body such as blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, stomach and intestinal function, bladder function and the brain function. Diabetes is known to be the most common cause of autonomic neuropathy. This panel of metabolism markers help assess the state of autonomic functions and early development of management/ treatment strategies.

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Nervous Systems Function (Neurpoathy) Risk

    BLOOD MARKERS

    • 2-Aminoadipic Acid
    • beta-Alanine

    URINARY MARKERS

    • 4HPA
    • hippurate1
    • Benzonate
    • PLA
    • 4HPL
  • Diabetic Cardiopathy

    Diabetic cardiopathy is a disorder of the heart muscle in people with diabetes. It can lead to inability of the heart to circulate blood through the body effectively. This panel of metabolic markers helps in early diagnosis and the development of treatment strategies for diabetes-associated cardiovascular dysfunction.

    KEY INDICATORS

    • Cardiovascular Risk

    BLOOD MARKERS

    • Methionine

    URINARY MARKERS

    • C6
    • Pyruvate
    • 2HB
    • myo-
    • Lactate

Test Type - Blood & Urine Sample
Test Mode - At Home

Fasting required - Yes 

What's included  

  • Laboratory Report
  • Home sample collection
  • Turn Around Time : 2-3 days 
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    General Information 

    Diabetes implies uncontrolled insulin which leads to slow deterioration of the critical organs like the kidneys, liver, brain and more. Given the day-to-day schedules, it is frequent to forget monitoring the glucose levels. And even if monitored, there is no way available to simultaneously monitor its impact on your vital organs eyes, kidneys and nerves. A poorly managed diabetes may progressively lead to several fatal conditions which can be prevented.

    Is monitoring glucose levels good enough?

    Testing your glucose levels or monitoring your Hemoglobin A1c Tests is a good practice to maintain. But the early signals of vital organ deterioration can not be picked up by these tests. Only a specialized metabolic test can pick such information and help you manage your diabetes better.

    Can early signals of deterioration of vital organ be picked up ?

    There are early “indicators” found in your urine and/or blood samples called as “metabolites”, which hold clue to several unanswered questions about the status of your diabetes-related complications. The assessment of these metabolites provides a unique insight into an individual's cellular energy status, neuro metabolism, nutrient impacts and deficiencies.

    • Diabetic Neuropathy 
    • Diabetic Cardiopathy 
    • Diabetic Nephropathy 
    • Diabetic Ketoacidosis 

    How does the early information help?

    The early information forewarns about the impending complications because of diabetes. It helps take preventive steps like, alteration (personalization) of your medication, improve the night drug regime or take other preventive steps well in time so that you may live with diabetes but not suffer because of it

    Benefits of Diabetes Metabolism Test

    • Identify whether your anti-diabetic drugs (OHA) are having harmful effects on you - like Lactic Acidosis, Vitamin B12 deficiency etc.
    • Can identify drug-induced Liver dysfunction and therefore help “personalize” the medication to ensure that your liver is not harmed
    • Prediction of visceral adiposity (leads to insulin resistance) at an early stage
    • An early indication of impending ketoacidosis, diabetes-induced nutritional deficiencies
    • Monitoring of key metabolic parameters which indicate the health status of heart, kidney, liver and brain.

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