Most doctors are using conventional laboratory references ranges for blood chemistry and CBC interpretations. Therefore, it is a matter of comparing a test result with conventional laboratory reference range, and if you fall within the reference range, you are therefore considered “unremarkable” or “normal”.
The typical method of blood chemistry assessment, does not allow for the large numbers of people who are told that they are clinically normal yet suffer from a wide range of signs and symptoms that have no recognisable clinical findings.
I use a method of analysis, that looks at blood chemistry from a functional perspective using optimal ranges which are tighter than the conventional laboratory reference ranges. This increases the ability to detect changes in the body, and its systems before they surface as clinical dysfunctions.