Would you like to order your own lab work - at discounted rates - 

I'm a big believer in looking at lab work as it gives a real-time snapshot of what can be at play in a unique individual's body. Perhaps you've asked your doctor to run a particular set of labs and he/she wouldn't agree to it. Or perhaps you don't have medical insurance, but you still want to be proactive about your health and would like to get updated lab work.

I'm excited to announce that I'm an affiliate for YourLabWork and I'm thrilled that I can share this resource with you.

Through YourLabWork you can order your own lab work, at a hugely discounted rated (50-80% less than you will pay elsewhere). Have your blood drawn at any Quest Lab location in the United States (or any local draw station that works with Quest Labs) and your lab results are delivered right to your inbox.

YourLabWork was created by Dr. Alan Hopkins–an ER doctor, anti-aging expert and consultant to biomarker companies–who saw increasing numbers of patients coming into his ER with cancer, heart attacks, strokes and complications from diabetes … most preventable through food and lifestyle choices … AND at younger and younger ages. Dr. Alan started YourLabWork because he believes so strongly in the need for access to thorough, complete labs as part of our proactive and preventative health care, so that we can spot and work to resolve problems BEFORE we become symptomatic.

If you'd like to order your own lab work, you can use my affiliate link, giving you access to affordable and convenient lab results. A small percentage of your investment goes toward supporting my health coaching business.

Please note: I am not a medical doctor and I cannot receive lab results from the lab, read or interpret labs, or diagnose or treat any medical condition!


But I can share Dr. Alan’s optimal functional ranges for labs with you and guide you to resources to help you understand your labs. I can also make food, lifestyle and supplement recommendations you may want to consider based on your lab results and share any imbalances I notice that raise potential concerns or red flags that you may want to investigate further or discuss with your doctor.