Your Bloodwork Is 'Normal.' Now What?
Blood carries nutrients and waste to and from organs and cells on a very basic level. Exposure to certain noxious substance or toxins, virus, bacteria, parasites, metals, molds, and even foods will cause the overall blood chemistry to change. However, our bodies are constantly working to keep everything running smoothly without our conscious control or awareness. THIS is why bloodwork will often be normal UNLESS the body is very weak and overrun with internal or external stress coupled with poor nervous system regulation. Treatment that is acute and reactive is often required when a diagnosis of cancer or serious dysfunction is made based on blood chemistry.
Here Are Some Examples:
Food sensitivities will change over time with healing. They exist because of brain imbalances, gut issues, or they are feeding toxins which create biproducts/waste that lead to symptoms. They also provide many clues to health issues.
Hormones are an end game result. For example during a stressful event, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis releases chemical messengers (hormones). Maladaptation can leave many systems unbalanced, including our immune system, nervous system, endocrine system, and our digestive system which can be a result of hormone imbalance or lead to hormone imbalance. A sustainable approach to hormone balance looks at interplay of lifestyle, foods, and toxins. Hormones cannot simply be "balanced" exogenously. Hormone balance is a losing game.