We care about your needs. If you have questions regarding which of our blood work testing services to choose, please feel free to email or call us. We would be happy to spend a few minutes helping you to determine which nutrition and/or testing package would be ideal for your health and performance goals.

24-hour cancellation policy: we politely request athletes contact their eNRG Performance Sport Dietitian at least 24 hours in advance to cancel appointments.  If appointments are cancelled less than 24 hours beforehand, the scheduled consultation will be billed.


Here is an overview of our blood work panels and the specific biomarkers they measure.

 
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Blood Work Panels

 

This panel is our most comprehensive offering!  It is meant to be performed during a period of low training. It is used to establish baselines by which to compare results following a period of heavy training as well as looking at certain vitamin and micronutrient deficiencies and a blood lipid panel. This allows us to gain an understanding of how your body utilizes specific micronutrients, your unique recovery needs, how well your red blood cells recover following periods of high turnover, and blood markers associated with heart disease (blood lipids).

This panel is similar to the Gold Panel with fewer biomarker tests.  It is meant to be performed during a period of low training. It is used to establish baselines by which to compare results following a period of heavy training. This allows us to gain an understanding of how your body utilizes specific micronutrients, your unique recovery needs, and how well your red blood cells recover following periods of high turnover. 

This panel provides the necessary information to get you to competition day ready to compete at your best. The panel assesses micronutrient status, red blood cell status, inflammatory markers, current training tolerance, and recovery needs. 


Single Tests

 

The Thyroid Panel includes assessing blood markers to identify a low-functioning thyroid which can have an impact on health, body composition, and performance.

Many individuals are deficient in Vitamin D and do not know it. Health risks associated with low Vitamin D levels may include increased risk of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment, diabetes, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, glucose intolerance and hypertension.