Let's find the problem before it finds you
Getting Ahead of the Problem is the Name of the Game
Unfortunately, many people wait until a symptom from some aliment makes itself known. By this time, the disease already has its foot in your door. The next thing you know you find yourself going in and out of doctors' offices trying to figure out what you have or should I say... what has hold of you.
Wouldn't it make a lot MORE sense to be proactive and get testing done annually so disease never gets its foot in the door (to your health)? You bet it does!
By taking a proactive stance you can prevent a bad situation from turning into a life-threatening situation.
For example, there was a man right here in the city who was crossing the street one day and just fell down... dead!
After an autopsy, it was revealed his kidney was damaged due to the long time use of pain medication.
Had this same man chose to be proactive--and been getting annual blood work and marker tests for cancer--he most probably would still be with us today.
Peace of Mind
To find a problem before any symptoms appear is so good. To be in control instead of letting it control you!
Am I Recovering?
If you find a marker, not in range, don't worry. We simply make adjustments to your protocol to ensure you are always continuing in the right direction.
What is a Blood Marker?
A Blood Marker is a starting point. As we embark on a journey to improve our health it’s always great to have a starting point and a direction. For example, a common marker would be a cholesterol blood marker or a sugar blood marker. Most of you are familiar with these blood tests.
Put simply, where is our health today and where do we want it to be tomorrow? If we change our diet--add nutritional products--or in some cases--undergo medical intervention--then its nice to know if we made any positive changes.
What's the Difference Between being Proactive and Reactive?
Being proactive means you understand the importance of annual testing to ensure that nothing is taking place within your body. Prevention is so much better and easier than trying to cure an illness after it has taken up residency in your body.
So starting a regiment of regular checkups is a must. Some might think this is silly and a waste of time until a symptom unexpectedly appears and they find themselves in a life-threatening situation. We can't express the importance of getting annual tests performed (even for "healthy" persons) so that you have records of markers and can keep an eye on the direction in which you find your health heading. Even though your insurance company may not pay for the testing you request you should just shrug it off and get tested. Always make sure you get a copy for your files.
Being reactive occurs because you decided to save your money and not be proactive by having a few simple annual tests performed. Unfortunately, for these people, they have no choice except to react to the symptoms that are plaguing them now. Worse yet, these symptoms mean that the disease has already reached a certain level of advancement in their bodies. And to think that all of this could have been avoided with a few simple annual tests.
Start Doing Annual Checkups Now
You need to undergo a simple test more often and more regularly to ensure that your blood doesn’t move into an unsafe area. We recommend a test each year for those over 50 and every 2 years for those under 50--unless you are not fit or have been unwell in the past--then it would be advisable for you to get testing done annually.
At Atlantis, our Home Programs start at $97.00. We do an examination, a small amount of blood work, and provide you with cancer markers. We then write up a plan for you, a list of blood tests recommended, and a diet and nutritional program. Go to the Contact Us page and let's have a free chat and see if we can help you get started on the path to a symptom free proactive life.
Scans & Blood Work-Cancer Markers
A Blood Marker is a starting point. As we embark on a journey to improve our health, it’s always great to have a starting point and a direction. For example, a common marker would be a cholesterol blood test, or a sugar blood count. Some cancer markers are listed below as an example…
APPROPRIATE TUMOR MARKERS FOR PARTICULAR CANCERS
CA19.9 – LIVER & KIDNEY
CA125 – Ovarian - also may show with Lung, Breast, and Gastrointestinal Tract Cancers
CEA Colorectal Carcinoma, Gastric Carcinoma, Pancreatic Carcinoma, Lung Carcinoma,
Breast Carcinoma, Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma
CA15-3 Tumor Marker in conjunction with Alkaline Phosphatase. Early indication of return breast cancer
PSA Prostate Specific Antigen for men only, prostate marker
If you have a marker, Redo PRE-STARTING each program stage Monthly
The Fujirebio Diagnostics HE4 test epithelial for ovarian cancer.
Also, women with breast cancer who have had a biopsy will know if they are estrogen positive and if the above test is relevant.
N-acetylgalactosaminidase = Nagalase is a protein made by all cancer cells and viruses