Geneva forces you to go through a doctor
But can you get that much data on so many metabolites just via blood drops?
What are the key benefits of doing the test, do you think? Have you read good reviews or research on the panel of tests?
ION-Sales-Sheet.pdf (6.2 MB)
They test 8-oxo-G and some oxidation byproducts (which gives you option to test/retest after interventions like metformin or anti-glycation drugs)
Also they’re a good way to test for rare nutritional deficiencies
I wonder if the test result ranges are simply the US normal range, the generally accepted as “healthy” range, or the optimal for longevity range… Do you have any idea?