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How to interpret blood test panels

  • 22 Nov 2018
  • 18:30 - 20:30
  • London, CNM, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
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By Jonathan Cohen

When testing for blood data, many practitioners are interested in understanding what is a normal range and what is an optimal range? Whilst normal and optimal is good information, more significant and powerful is the pattern of the results. The pattern of results from a comprehensive blood test will paint a clear picture of what is happening to your client, and narrow down the area from which the problem is arising. Focusing your protocol on the source of symptoms, rather than the ranges themselves allows practitioners to make powerful health improvements to their client's health. 

About Jonathan

Jonathan is the clinic director of the Centre for Applied Nutrition which specialises in complex and hard to treat cases across a broad spectrum of health issues including Lyme disease, Lyme co-infections, neurological issues, GI tract issues amongst others. 

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