Key Biomarkers for Mental and Physical Performance

Key Biomarkers for Mental and Physical Performance

by Vanita Dahia

What is Optimal Physical and Mental Performance?

Don’t wait for disease to strike! Identify the keys to peak performance indicators with personalised biomarker assessment and health care.

To be at your peak state, you need to be at your peak mental and physical performance. Your body is dynamic and continues to change as you age.

You can be proactive. No need to sit back and wait for a disease to strike, mental health to rear its head or performance to decline.

Measuring you full blood exam (FBE) is not enough. All health systems are connected. If a sex hormone is out of balance, it will affect a neurotransmitter which in turn will affect the gut and immune system. It is therefore critical to ensure that the gut-neuro-immuno-endocrine system in a state of homoeostasis.

What happens in the gut is influenced by the diet which impacts the way we manufacture our sex hormones and neurotransmitters. Modulation in these systems will influence inflammation and immunity which leads to chronic and complex health conditions.

What are the key biomarkers of assessment to measure optimal performance of the body?

Identifying the state of the heart, how the body produces energy and where are the metabolic blocks, identifying nutritional, vitamins, fats, amino acid status, the state of the brain in mental health, mitochondrial energy production, gut health and predispositions of diseases in gene tests are paramount in finding the pieces of the body puzzle to reach peak mental and physical performance.

Educational Webinar

Key Biomarkers for Mental and Physical Performance

In this webinar, you will learn:

➡ what is peak mental and physical performance

➡ key and in-depth assessment of your physiology

➡ how to measure biomarkers get you on the path to optimized health

➡ the quickest wins to improve how you feel and perform

➡ strategies to manage and reach your peak performance

Test for Peak Mental and Physical performance

It is important to work with a qualified health practitioner to identify the underlying cause of mood changes or fatigue.

Test for Energy, Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Test for Mental Health – Stress, anxiety, depression, mood

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