Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Negative)

You have a highly negative (anabolic) Lipo-Oxidative Type. This means that an elevated ratio of sterols to fatty acids with decreased cell wall permeability, according Emanual Revici, MD. A more balanced condition will be achieved by specific mineral recommendations included in this report.

 


Signs, symptoms & indicators of Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Negative)

Lab Values - Common  

Low systolic blood pressure



 

Low diastolic blood pressure



 

Slowed pulse rate



Counter Indicators
Lab Values - Common  

Rapid pulse rate



 

High diastolic blood pressure



 

High systolic blood pressure



Symptoms - Bowel Movements  

(Very) frequent stools or normal stool frequency



Counter Indicators
Symptoms - Bowel Movements  

(Very/tendency to) infrequent stools



Symptoms - Sleep  

Being a light sleeper



Counter Indicators
Symptoms - Sleep  

Being a deep sleeper



Symptoms - Urinary  

Infrequent daytime urination



Counter Indicators
Symptoms - Urinary  

Frequent daytime urination




Conditions that suggest Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Negative)

Musculo-Skeletal  


Counter Indicators
Musculo-Skeletal  



Risk factors for Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Negative)

Symptoms - Skeletal  

History of rheumatoid arthritis




Recommendations for Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Negative)

Amino Acid / Protein  


 


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Key

Weak or unproven link
Weakly counter-indicative
May do some good
May have adverse consequences

Glossary

Anabolic

Anabolic compounds: Allow the conversion of nutritive material into complex living matter in the constructive metabolism.

Sterols

A large subgroup of steroids.

Fatty Acids

Chemical chains of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms that are part of a fat (lipid) and are the major component of triglycerides. Depending on the number and arrangement of these atoms, fatty acids are classified as either saturated, polyunsaturated, or monounsaturated. They are nutritional substances found in nature which include cholesterol, prostaglandins, and stearic, palmitic, linoleic, linolenic, eicosapentanoic (EPA), and decohexanoic acids. Important nutritional lipids include lecithin, choline, gamma-linoleic acid, and inositol.

Mineral

Plays a vital role in regulating many body functions. They act as catalysts in nerve response, muscle contraction and the metabolism of nutrients in foods. They regulate electrolyte balance and hormonal production, and they strengthen skeletal structures.

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