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NutrEval® FMV Genova


Genova Diagnostics Test Code: 3000

The NutrEval® FMV (First Morning Void) test is an advanced nutritional analysis designed to reveal nutritional imbalances or inadequacies, which may be a causative factor in complex chronic conditions. NutrEval Plasma evaluates the functional need for antioxidants, B-vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, digestive support, and other select nutrients. This analysis offers insight into nutrient status and allows clinicians to provide targeted treatment for the particular needs of each patient, often augmenting and speeding recovery for some complex and chronic conditions. Select genomic biomarkers may be added to the profile for enhanced personalization of therapies.

This test is effective for patient concerns such as: 

  • Mood disorder - Depression; Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Digestive complaints
  • Chronic Pain/inflammatory conditions - Musculoskeletal; Migraine
  • Cardiovascular risk
  • Weight issues/Dietary Guidance
  • General Health and Sports Fitness Optimization
Imbalanced or insufficient nutrients affect a wide range of body functions, producing symptoms that negatively affect the quality of life and, with some chronic conditions, may be considered a root cause. A structured comprehensive nutritional evaluation panel - such as the NutrEval FMV profile - to evaluate nutritional deficiencies provides clinical support by providing insight into the development of personalized treatments. Identification and targeted treatment of underlying imbalance with customized nutrient recommendations can enhance other treatments and increase the patients' overall health and ability to combat chronic illness. 
This test collects saliva, urine, and blood. A kit will be shipped to the patient with collection materials and instructions. Blood testing can be completed with nationwide phlebotomy services such as Any Lab Test Now, LabCorp, Quest Diagnostics, as well as hospital outpatient areas, outpatient surgical areas, Urgent Care centers, or sports medicine centers. Patient must inquire with one of these facilities locally to ensure they can process this specimen testing. 

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