Sheeba conducts the Dutch hormone test which uses dried urine, an advanced hormone test which helps in identifying hormone related challenges. This is crucial information for determining whether one truly has low cortisol and understand all true hormone levels from the cellular level. whether it be a conversion issue, or lack of certain levels of hormones and much more.
The Dutch Hormone Test, which uses dried urine, is the simplest, most elegant and informative test for anyone considering bioidentical hormone therapy, natural protocols, or suspect they may have a hormone-related challenge.
Blood testing is the most common, and it’s a good test for reproductive hormones like estrogens, progesterone, and testosterone, as there’s no major diurnal variation in these hormones (testosterone does have a slight drop throughout the day). The drawback is that it will not show you the metabolites of those hormones.
Metabolites can help you understand what the underlying pathology is. For example, one of the primary metabolites of testosterone is dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is believed to be one of the primary risk factors for prostate cancer.
This does not necessarily mean we have to use hormones to treat such underlying conditions, but it gives a true indication of what we can do to naturally support the hormonal imbalances.
In the Compatibility Test, it is a non-invasive procedure (great for kids) that uses your hair sample. It helps determine at a cell level which foods and household products may be creating inflammation. It is different from a regular food allergy blood test. Find out why this is better!
NES (Nutri Energetic System)
The NES system can detect your bio-field (energy), and the miHealth can then raise the electrical potential of those cells, restoring them over time to their normal, optimal functioning as part of the natural healing response. The mihealth device is used as needless accupuncture which can be a very effective treatment for physical pain, injury and even balancing the body for emotional wellbeing.