Coronary Heart Disease Tests

This guide to recommended nutritional tests by disease, lists those tests that are justified in current medical literature (basic profiles) and newer tests of a more specialist nature (advanced profiles) which may be appropriate for some patients. These are guidelines only and individual requirements will vary.

This page is still under construction. The following tests are those relevant tests performed by Biolab Medical Unit, and is not necessarily a comprehensive list of tests that may be required to assess a patient with this condition.

Click on the following links for further test information:

Adrenal Profile & Metabolites (dried urine DUTCH)

Antioxidant activity (total & nutritional)

Antioxidant Profile

Cardiac Failure Profile

Carotenes (alpha and beta)

Chromium (Cr) - plasma

Coenzyme Q10

Copper (Cu) - plasma

Coronary heart disease profile - additional tests

Fatty Acids - Erythrocytes

Folate (red cell)

Homocysteine - plasma

Hormone Profile - Complete (dried urine DUTCH)

Iodine - urine

Iodine:creatinine ratio (urine)

LDL - Low density lipoprotein (oxidised)

Magnesium (Mg) -Red cell

Methylation Profile

MTHFR (homocysteinaemia) - saliva genetic screen


Phospholipase A2 Activity (PLA2) - urine

Sex Hormone & Metabolites Profile (dried urine DUTCH)

Superoxide dismutase (SOD)

Thyroid function 2 (TFT1 & thyroid antibodies)

Vitamin B12 ("Active") - Serum

Vitamin B12 and methylmalonic acid profile

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) - glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase activity

Vitamin D (25-hydroxy) profile

Vitamin K and PIVKAII profile