Measure Omega-3 Levels Necessary for Good Health
- Omega-3 Index
People who may be interested in this test include those with a personal or family history of heart disease or Type 2 Diabetes, individuals with a family history of dementia, women who are pregnant, considering pregnancy, or breastfeeding.
Two Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, are measured in the membranes of the red blood cells and the Omega-3 Index is expressed as a percentage. The results will show if your Omega-3 Index level is desirable or out of range. Desirable index levels have been associated with decreased risk of heart disease, dementia, and certain eye conditions.
You will get your Omega-3 Index and guidance on how to improve or maintain healthy levels of both EPA and DHA for lifelong wellness.
- What is an Omega-3 Index?
- Why would I want to know my omega levels?
- How can knowing omega-3 fatty acid levels help my well-being?
- What is the difference between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids?
- What is the difference between the Omega-3 Basic and the Omega-3 Plus test?
- Why are omega-3 fatty acids important in pregnancy?
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- Will my results vary from another lab?
- Are your tests available outside of the United States?
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- Is EverlyWell covered by insurance?
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- How do I use HSA/FSA benefits to pay for EverlyWell?
- How long does the testing process take?
- When will my results be ready?
- Will you share these results with my doctor?
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