The whole blood analysis refers to various diagnostic blood tests by which certain vitamins, minerals, micronutrients are evaluated and thereby deficiencies revealed.
In contrast to the serum examination as it usually done after a blood sample is taken in the laboratory, in the whole blood analysis the entire blood is examined. This means that also the components bound in the cell, especially in the red blood cells, are examined. Whole blood diagnostics is clearly superior to serum tests, since a deficiency in minerals and micronutrients is not only shown and better detected in our 'reserve tank', the serum, but also in our storage facilities.
In connection with enzymes, minerals and micronutrients play an important role in various metabolic processes. Only the analysis in whole blood determines both the cellularly bound minerals as well as those freely localized in the serum, since metals such as potassium, zinc, magnesium, selenium or copper are mainly stored in cells. An undersupply of nutrients can impair physiological processes, such as reduced cognitive performance, an increased susceptibility to infection or chronic inflammatory phenomena.
Based on the data of the whole blood analysis, deficiencies are recognized and diagnosed in a targeted manner. At the same time an oversupply is avoided.
REVISALUT® in Vienna - the whole blood analysis