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  1. @ Everyone. I am starting a separate thread on blood work testing, following on from discussion in the 'Supplements' topic. I'll copy across some of posts from forums members. KL - "I have a blood assay done annually; the only thing I use Medicare for. I get tested for the works (vitamins, minerals; testosterone, fasting fats/glucose, liver enzyme function, etc., etc." Adurst - "Ask for general health testing: lipids, hepatic function, hormones. And ensure they include the common weak links most athletes should test for: RBC zinc, vitamin D, RBC Magnesium, C-reactive protein, and Hemoglobin A1C If interested you can also get you DNA tested privately...Medicare won't cover this one. Once You've got the raw genetic data...you can run it through http://livewello.com/ to spot any mutations."
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