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25 OH Vitamin D

25-Hydroxy  vitamin  D  represents  the main  body  reservoir  and  transport  form. Mild to moderate deficiency is associated  with Osteoporosis  /  Secondary Hyperparathyroidism  while  severe deficiency causes Rickets in children and  Osteomalacia in adults.  Prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency is approximately >50% specially  in  the  elderly. This assay is  useful for diagnosis of vitamin D deficiency and Hypervitaminosis D. It is  also  used  for  differential diagnosis of causes of Rickets & Osteomalacia  and for monitoring Vitamin D replacement therapy.

Full Fatty Acid (Blood)

A full fatty acid profile, including trans fats gives a comprehensive picture of fatty acid metabolism and can be used as a bio marker that reflects a long term dietary intake. FA compositions of human blood have nutritional and health implications. There is a correlation between fatty acid metabolism and the epidemiology of some chronic diseases namely, progression of obesity, diabetes, atherosclerosis, autoimmune disease and so on.

GR - Nutritional Analysis Test

Nutritional imbalance is a root cause of wide range of health issues ranging from weight to even psychiatric problems. Metabolism Testing and Monitoring helps track such imbalances. The test is specifically important to people who are: - Going for a weight reduction program (Dieting, Heavy Exercises, Special Supplements, etc.) - Busy with career and do not have a balanced dietary intake topped by a sedentary lifestyle. - Nutritional imbalances despite consumption of vitamins, proteins, minerals and maintaining fitness activities like gyming and exercises.

OMEGTEST - Trans Fat Test

This test measures the Trans Fat levels in your blood. Trans Fats are a big threat to the heart health since they are industrially produced “artificial fats” found mostly in fried items or in processed foods. Trans fat is considered to be the worst type of fat we can eat. Unlike other dietary fats, trans fat has a double bad impact - On one hand it increases the bad cholesterol (LDL) and at the same time it lowers the good cholesterol (HDL).


This  assay  is  useful  for  diagnosing Vitamin A deficiency & toxicity and for monitoring  therapy.  It  evaluates  persons with  intestinal  malabsorption  of  lipids. Vitamin A deficiency can leads to blindness  whereas  chronic  intoxication can  affect  several  organs.  Known  HIV positive  patients  with  Vitamin A deficiency show increased disease progression  and  mortality

Vitamin B12

Vitamin  B12  is  necessary  for  hematopoiesis  and  normal  neuronal  function. B12 deficiency may be due to lack of intrinsic  factor  secretion  by  gastric mucosa  (gastrectomy,  gastric  atrophy) or  intestinal  malabsorption (ileal resection,  small  intestinal  diseases) leading  to  Macrocytic  anemia.  This assay  is  useful  for  investigating Macrocytic  anemia  and  as  a  workup  of deficiencies seen in Megaloblastic anemia

Vitamin B6

Vitamin  B6  is  a  cofactor  in  many metabolic  pathways  including  heme synthesis.  Vitamin  B6 deficiency may be observed  in  patients  with  metabolic disorders,  secondary  to  therapeutic  drug use, or alcoholism. Deficiency effects the  function  of  the  immune  system.

Vitamin C

Vitamin  C  is  an  antioxidant  involved  in connective  tissue  metabolism,  drug metabolizing  systems  and  mixed  - function oxidase systems. Deficiency causes  Scurvy.  This  assay  is  useful  in the diagnosis of Vitamin C deficiency and   as  an  aid  to  deter  excessive intake.


Vitamin  E  helps  in  the  maintenance  of biomembranes  of  vascular  and  nervous systems  &  has  anti-oxidant  properties. This  assay  is  useful  for  evaluating individuals  with  motor  and  sensory neuropathies.  It  is  also  useful  for monitoring  vitamin  E  status  of  premature  infants  requiring  oxygenation.  It  is a  useful  test  in  persons  with  intestinal malabsorption  of  lipids.


Vitamin  K  is  required  as  a  cofactor  for the  synthesis  of  Factors  II,  VII,  IX  & X and protein C & S. Deficiency leads to  bleeding.  Warfarin  acts  as  an anticoagulant  because  it  is  a  Vitamin  K antagonist.

Weight Management (Routine Panel)

CBC, BS-F & PP, Insulin-F & PP, Lipid Profile, Uric acid, SGPT, Creatinine, Total Proteins, Albumin, Globulin, A:G Ratio, FT3,FT4,TSH, Urine Routine