Research completed over the last 20-40 years is exposing the underlying causes of Autism, Alzheimers, dementia, and mood disorders. Our brain needs to be treated and supported just as all the other organs in the body.
Folate Receptor Antibody Test (FRAT)
Antibodies have been observed in various diseases to be present and either block the folate receptor or bind the folic acid resulting in decreased absorption of folic acid in the brain.
One of the most common features discovered from research of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimers, dementia, multiple sclerosis, and autism is the depletion of critical membrane lipids called plasmalogens.
Neurotransmitter levels can be measured, then modified with natural interventions, and measured again to evaluate therapeutic response.
Neural Zoomer Plus
The Neural Zoomer Plus is a panel of the 48 most commonly studied neurological antibodies which may have connections to a variety of neurologically related diseases.
Brain Mapping (QEEG)
Quantitative EEG, sometimes referred to as “brain mapping,” is a noninvasive assessment tool used to evaluate those brainwaves that effect mood, learning, and cognition.