Personalized Nutrients

Cellular Nutrition Assay

The next generation of functional micronutrient testing is here.

Three assays have been developed to address the nutritional needs of patients at the functional cellular level and to provide patients with detailed information about nutrient deficiencies and overall antioxidant function.

Are Your Cells Being Properly Nourished? 

Many people are over-consuming their calories, but not getting enough essential vitamins and minerals.

Cellular Testing To Determine Nutrient Sufficiency And Antioxidant Capacity.

Cells are responsible for metabolism. To be metabolically active, cells need nutrients. The Cellular Micronutrient Assay is used to determine if there are deficiencies in micronutrients, vitamins and minerals, as well as in amino acids and other nutrients in immune cells. This test is not a snapshot of nutrient status, but a long-term reflection.

Preview the sample testing report to see all of the testing components!


Micronutrient: $500

Micronutrient + FIT: $1200

Micronutrient + Male/Female Bloodwork: $950

Micronutrient + FIT + Male/Female Bloodwork: $1600

Who Will Benefit?

The Wellness Firm

Contact The Wellness Firm today to get your micronutrient testing done today to learn more on what micronutrient you might need most of. It is recommended to have your blood drawn on Monday or Thursday. The results can take up to 10 days after receipt of the specimen.


What’s Included In The Wellness Exam?

Vision & Hearing Test

Vision and hearing loss go hand in hand with cognitive decline, per research showing that each condition is somehow connected to reduced mental functioning over time.

Cardiac Stress Test

A stress test, also called an exercise stress test, shows how your heart works during physical activity. Because exercise makes your heart pump harder and faster, an exercise stress test can reveal problems with blood flow within your heart.


BMI is a good way to gauge whether your weight is in healthy proportion to your height. In fact, knowing your BMI can help you determine any health risks you may face if it's outside of the healthy range. Being overweight can lead to a range of chronic conditions including: Type 2 Diabetes.

Laboratory Blood Work

Routine blood tests can not only help your doctor diagnose the root cause of physical ailments – they can also identify potential problems in the earliest stages so prompt treatment can be administered. The information gathered from a full panel blood test performed each year can be compared to previous rounds of testing to see how your health is changing over time.

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