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Why Choose The Athletic Edge?

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The Athletic Edge

Empowering The Fitness Focused To Thrive

Are you an athlete looking to take your performance to the next level while optimizing your overall well-being? Do you want to unleash your full potential, break through barriers, and achieve new levels of performance resilience?

Our Wellness will provide you with the edge you’ve been looking for. Let us help you uncover your body’s unique physiology, make data-driven decisions and elevate your performance.

Introducing Edge

Our revolutionary product is specifically designed for athletes seeking a comprehensive understanding of their health. Edge combines cutting-edge blood tests and genetic analysis to indicate potential health risks early and allow you to take proactive steps to maintain your well-being and optimize your athletic performance.

The Research

Did You Know?

Biomarker testing can assist athletes in addressing several common issues that impact their performance and well-being:

  •  Nutritional Deficiencies: Athletes are prone to nutrient deficiencies due to increased energy expenditure and specific dietary requirements. Studies suggest that vitamin, mineral, and antioxidant deficiencies are prevalent among athletes. (NLH)
  •  Inflammation and Recovery: Intense training and physical exertion can lead to increased inflammation and delayed recovery. Athletes involved in endurance sports, contact sports, and high-intensity training experience higher levels of inflammation and require specialized recovery strategies. (APS).
  •  Hormonal Imbalances: Hormonal imbalances can affect both male and female athletes, impacting performance, recovery, and overall well-being. (NHL)
  •  Energy Metabolism: Optimal energy metabolism is crucial for sustained performance and recovery in athletes. Imbalances in glucose metabolism, insulin sensitivity, and lipid profiles can impact energy utilization and athletic performance (NLH).
  •  Cardiovascular Health: Athletes, despite their high fitness levels, can still be susceptible to cardiovascular issues. Studies have highlighted the importance of monitoring cardiovascular health markers such as cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and arterial stiffness in athletes to identify potential risks and optimize performance. (AHA).

Our Wellness is here to help athletes can gain valuable insights into their health and make informed decisions to optimize their performance, support recovery, and enhance their overall well-being. We can help you identify and address potential problems that may be impacting your athletic performance, allowing you to take proactive steps toward achieving your goals.

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The 14 Biomarkers

The 14 biomarker test is an invaluable tool for optimizing your performance and overall well-being. The test offers valuable insights into your physiological status by providing a comprehensive analysis of key markers related to nutrition, inflammation, hormones, energy metabolism, and cardiovascular health. 

Let’s explore some of these biomarkers:

GlycA

GlycA is a novel biomarker that has been developed to measure systemic inflammation in the body. It measures the amount of N-glycolylneuraminic acid (NeuAc) in the blood. NeuAc is an important component of glycolipids and glycoproteins and its levels can indicate inflammatory processes in the body. GlycA has been linked to a range of conditions, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Alpha-1-acid glycoprotein (AAG)

Alpha1-acid glycoprotein (AAG) is a biomarker of inflammation and stress. It is a protein found in the blood plasma of humans and other animals. AAG has a variety of functions, including binding to lipids and other molecules, modulating inflammatory responses, and acting as an acute phase reactant. Higher concentrations of AAG are found during inflammation, infection, and other forms of stress.

Albumin

Albumin is a protein found in all mammals’ blood and bodily fluids. It is essential for maintaining the osmotic pressure of blood, transporting other molecules such as hormones, and helping to regulate fluid balance. Albumin is one of the 14 biomarkers used to diagnose and monitor many diseases, including liver disease, kidney disease, heart failure, diabetes, and cancer. Albumin levels are often tested to assess the severity of a patient’s condition.

Very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) particle size

Verylow-density lipoprotein (VLDL) particle size is one of the 14 biomarkers used in clinical settings to help assess a person’s risk for cardiovascular disease. VLDL particles are made up of a core of triglycerides surrounded by a layer of phospholipids and apoproteins. VLDL particle size can be measured accurately using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR).

Very-long-chain acylcarnitines (VLACs)

Very-long-chain acylcarnitines (VLACs) are a type of biomarker that can be used to assess an individual’s metabolic health. VLACs are derivatives of fatty acids with long chains consisting of 18-26 carbon atoms. These molecules can be detected in the blood and urine, and their levels can indicate how efficiently the body is transporting fatty acids into mitochondria. VLACs can be used to diagnose and monitor conditions such as diabetes, obesity, and fatty liver disease.

Citrate

Citrate is one of the fourteen biomarkers that are used to measure metabolic health. It is a small organic molecule made of three carbon atoms, two oxygen atoms, and one hydrogen atom, making it an important component in the Krebs cycle. Citrate acts as an intermediate in the conversion of carbohydrates into energy and is also used to store energy. Additionally, citrate can be found in the urine, where it can help diagnose metabolic and renal diseases.

Apolipoprotein B (ApoB)

Apolipoprotein B (ApoB) is one of the 14 biomarkers used to measure the risk of cardiovascular disease. ApoB is a protein associated with low-density lipoproteins (LDLs), which are known as “bad” cholesterol. Higher levels of this biomarker have been linked to an increased risk of developing coronary artery disease and stroke.

GlycA

GlycA is a novel biomarker that has been developed to measure systemic inflammation in the body. It measures the amount of N-glycolylneuraminic acid (NeuAc) in the blood. NeuAc is an important component of glycolipids and glycoproteins and its levels can indicate inflammatory processes in the body. GlycA has been linked to a range of conditions, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Cystatin C

Cystatin C is one of the 14 biomarkers used to assess an individual’s risk for developing kidney disease. It is a low-molecular-weight protein produced by all nucleated cells in the body, making it an ideal marker for measuring renal function. The presence of cystatin C in the bloodstream indicates that the kidneys are functioning normally and filtering blood effectively.

Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2)

Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) is one of the 14 biomarkers used to assess risk for cardiovascular disease. Lp-PLA2 is an enzyme that helps break down fat molecules in the bloodstream. Higher levels of Lp-PLA2 have been associated with an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. It is thought that higher levels of this enzyme may lead to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is one of the 14 biomarkers that can be used to measure overall health and wellness. DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that is found in fish, algae, and some plant sources such as flaxseed oil. It is essential for proper brain development and function, and it has been linked to improved heart health, better vision, and a reduced risk of certain cancers.

Total bilirubin

Total bilirubin is one of the fourteen biomarkers associated with a variety of medical conditions. It is a measure of a specific type of protein found in bile that is produced by the liver and secreted into the intestine. Total bilirubin can be used as an indicator for liver health since it increases when the liver is damaged or not functioning properly due to disease or injury.

Xanthine

Xanthine is one of the fourteen biomarkers that can be used to detect and monitor various diseases and conditions. It is a purine-based compound, and its existence in the human body usually indicates organ damage or pathological processes. Xanthine can be found in both urine and blood samples, and elevated levels may indicate kidney or liver disease, as well as certain types of cancer.

Gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT)

GGT is a liver enzyme that is commonly used as a biomarker for determining the health of the liver. It can reveal damage to the liver from various causes, including chronic alcohol abuse, certain medication or drug use, and viral hepatitis. GGT levels in the blood are usually elevated when the liver has been damaged and may also be used to monitor progress after treatment. The normal range for GGT is typically between 5 and 65 units per liter.

Uric acid

Uric acid is a naturally occurring substance that is produced by the breakdown of purines, which are found in some foods and drinks. It is an indicator of kidney function, as well as being associated with metabolic syndrome, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease.

Cystatin C

Cystatin C is one of the 14 biomarkers used to assess an individual’s risk for developing kidney disease. It is a low-molecular-weight protein produced by all nucleated cells in the body, making it an ideal marker for measuring renal function. The presence of cystatin C in the bloodstream indicates that the kidneys are functioning normally and filtering blood effectively.

Through recent scientific breakthroughs, our Edge program has revolutionized the way we approach preventive care. By combining comprehensive blood panels and genetic testing, we gain invaluable insights into your unique health profile. With this information, you can personalize their nutrition, manage inflammation, balance hormones, optimize energy utilization, and monitor cardiovascular health. This will enable you to enhance your training adaptations, support efficient recovery, minimize the risk of injuries, and maximize your overall athletic potential.

The Entrepruneural Edge

Get The Edge You Deserve

Don’t settle for average. Embrace the power of advanced blood tests and genetic screening to unleash your true athletic potential. With our comprehensive insights, you’ll gain a competitive advantage, accelerate your progress, and achieve results that surpass your wildest expectations.

Elevate your game. It’s time to revolutionize your athletic journey with our cutting-edge technology.

But don’t just take our word for it…

Countless athletes have already experienced the transformative power of Edge. They have harnessed the insights provided by our comprehensive blood tests and genetic analysis to make informed decisions about their well-being. Now, it’s your turn to join the ranks of successful athletes who prioritize their health and achieve peak performance.

The

Benefits

Take the first steps towards unlocking the secrets within your DNA and optimize your performance like never before. Discover the benefits of Edge from Our Wellness today:

Gain Vital Insights

Discover the precise nutrients your body craves and bridge the gap to peak performance. Our blood tests reveal any nutritional deficiencies that may be hindering your progress, allowing you to fine-tune your diet and ensure you’re fueling your body optimally. Say goodbye to guesswork and hello to targeted nutrition that maximizes your energy, endurance, and recovery.

Optimize Performance

Unleash the power of personalized training by harnessing the secrets hidden within your genes. Our genetic screening decodes your DNA to uncover genetic variations linked to athletic performance. With this knowledge, you can tailor your training regimen to suit your genetic predispositions, amplifying your strengths and overcoming potential obstacles.

Prevent Injuries

Our comprehensive blood tests monitor key markers of inflammation, hormones, and energy metabolism. By identifying potential imbalances or risks, you can proactively implement strategies to minimize injuries, enhance recovery, and keep your body performing at its peak.

Stay Healthy

Take charge of your cardiovascular health for a winning edge. Our blood tests assess vital markers such as cholesterol, blood pressure, and arterial health. By monitoring these factors, you can reduce cardiovascular risks and optimize your endurance and stamina, propelling yourself to new heights of athletic achievement.

Invest in your health today and reap the rewards as an athlete. Visit our website or call us now to learn more about Edge and how it can revolutionize your athletic journey. Take the first step toward greatness and elevate your performance to extraordinary levels with Edge from Our Wellness.

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