Laboratory Tests for Heart Disease

Foodie Body has developed a way for people to search not based on location and past search queries, but rather on their personal chemistry and bioinformatics.

Doctors may use a variety of laboratory tests to help diagnose Cardiac risk testing is performed to screen asymptomatic people to help determine their risk of developing coronary heart disease. A cardiac risk assessment is a group of tests and health factors that have been proven to indicate the chance of having a cardiovascular event such as heart attack or stroke. The factors considered include age, family history of heart disease, diet, physical activity, and blood pressure. Laboratory tests may include: Lipid panel (LDL-C,HDL-C, cholesterol, triglycerides)—a group of tests that measure the amount and type of lipids (fats) in the blood hs-CRP—detects low levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation that is associated with atherosclerosis, among other conditions Lp(a)—may be used to identify an elevated level of lipoprotein (a), a modification to LDL-C that increases risk of atherosclerosis; the test may be used in conjunction with a routine lipid panel to provide additional information.

A simple example of how it works when you use Foodie Body Search:

  • Think your dealing with a certain condition such as fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pain or nausea?
  • Order a direct access test. An independent physician will review and approve your test requests; no doctor’s visit is required.
  • Your lab requisition number will be emailed or texted to your device.
  • Go to the nearest recommended lab in your email or text receipt.
  • Your results may be read online in your profile or emailed or texted to you.
  • The Foodie Body Search Engine will start to calibrate your search results to improve your health from the baseline test level.
  • Repeat these steps to track your progress over time by an independent lab.

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Foodie Body recommends that you talk to your physician first so you can modify the program plan based on known health issues as a more complete solution.

Dynamic feedback with bioinformatic labs as you eat

Foodie Body recommends that you talk to your physician first so you can modify the program plan based on known health issues as a more complete solution.

Using Foodie Body to help prevent Heart Disease.

Foodie Body recommends that you talk to your physician first so you can modify the program plan based on known health issues as a more complete solution.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Question:

How often should I update my labs in my profile?

Answer:

Some customers upload new lab data as often as every 30 days, while some update their lab data every 6 – 12 months.  While the most important part is to get started, we will work with you to obtain your desired results.

Question:

Is my data private and confidential?

Answer:

All systems are encrypted and HIPPA compliant.  You are the only one who can see your health data.

The health engine runs on anonymous samples to calibrate.

Question:

What is Health and Legal Blockchain?

Answer:

Health and legal blockchain are patented and patent pending technologies which not only track foods from the supply source which dynamic QR codes paired with host devices to create a legal blockchain.

Question:

If I have legal questions what should I do?

Answer:

If you have questions, you should speak with your own counsel, legal advisors or advisors who can give you input on how best to proceed.  CirclesX is not a medical services provider, legal advisor or financial advisor.  Foodie Body recommends that you talk to your physician first so you can modify the program plan based on known health issues as a more complete solution.

Question:

How does CirclesX make money?

Answer:

CirclesX and our affiliates run many businesses focused on data and recovery services.  While we provide many services for free such as Foodie Body Search and Navigation, we do charge businesses for platform services and use of the exchange features.

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