Key Points on Yearly Checkups

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Published on 12 Oct 2020 / In Film & Animation

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What tests should you get at your yearly checkup? Here are a few key points to keep in mind.

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0:00 Yearly checkups
0:10 Pre-existing problems
1:22 Key points about yearly checkups
4:00 A test if you have high cholesterol

Today I want to cover a few key points about yearly checkups.

If you have a pre-existing problem with the thyroid, for example, or maybe you have an autoimmune disease, you’re probably going to be doing advanced thyroid testing or liver testing. If you have diabetes, you might have the A1C test.

If you’re a prediabetic or a diabetic, you may want to get the HOMA-IR test. HOMA-IR is a test to determine if you have insulin resistance or not. Ideally, it would be great to get the HOMA-IR test before you start keto to see where you’re at, and then get the same test afterward to see your improvement. But, if you’ve already started keto and intermittent fasting and you’re doing great, you don’t really need to get the HOMA-IR test.

A few tests you may want to consider getting at your yearly checkup:
1. Omega 3/6 ratio (you can do this at home with a kit)
2. CBC (complete blood count)
3. Basic metabolic panel
4. CAC (coronary artery calcium scoring)
5. Vitamin D test

If you have high cholesterol, a good test to get may be the advanced lipid test. This is where they look at the size of the particles, and they look deeper at the types of lipoproteins that you have.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand the tests you may want to consider getting at your yearly checkup.

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