You have a highly positive (Catabolic) Lipo-Oxidative Type. This means an elevated ratio of fatty acids to sterols and increased 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 Positive)
Low systolic blood pressure
Low diastolic blood pressure
Slowed pulse rate
Rapid pulse rate
High diastolic blood pressure
High systolic blood pressure
(Very) frequent stools or normal stool frequency
(Very/tendency to) infrequent stools
Being a light sleeper
Being a deep sleeper
Infrequent daytime urination
Frequent daytime urination
Conditions that suggest Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Positive)
Risk factors for Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Positive)
History of rheumatoid arthritis
Recommendations for Lipo-Oxidative Type (Extreme Positive)
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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.
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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.