Functional Interpretation of laboratory tests used in Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome - a Preview
BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) - BUN is a waste product derived from protein breakdown in the liver. Increases can be caused by excessive protein intake, kidney damage, certain drugs, low fluid intake, intestinal bleeding, exercise, heart failure or decreased digestive enzyme production by the pancreas. Decreased levels are most commonly due to inadequate protein intake, mal-absorption, or liver damage. A high BUN is indicative of an acidic environment
Calcium - Many minerals and other factors are involved in maintaining a normal body chemistry. These fluctuate during the day in response to variations in serum and electrolyte concentrations, as well as dietary influences. Calcium acts as a buffer and a balancer to maintain the body in a balanced chemistry state in order for proper enzyme activations to occur. It is highly sensitive to elements such as magnesium, iron, and phosphorous as well as hormonal activity, vitamin D levels, CO2 levels and many drugs. Long term acidosis can lead to mineral depletion and osteoporosis evidenced by a low calcium level.
Chloride - An electrolyt
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