Advanced Liver Function Blood Test


A easy home blood test that can give a great insight into your liver’s health status. This test can help identify if you have a healthy functioning liver or if you have signs of liver damage.

  • The liver is an essential organ that performs over 500 vital functions.
  • Some of these functions include the removing waste, regulating the breakdown of certain nutrients and creating essential nutrients.
  • Bile is produced in the liver which is fluid that helps with digestion and the absorption of fats.
  • Your liver helps to regulate your blood glucose (sugar) levels by removing excess glucose from the blood stream.
  • Results within 2-5 days once sample kit has arrived at the lab
  • This test kit includes free shipping
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Learn about the Biomarkers in this test

Biomarker profiles

  • Liver Function
Gamma GT (GGT)
Gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT) is a common enzyme found in many of your body’s tissues and organs (such as your liver). A high GGT concentration in the blood can be a sign of damage to the liver or bile ducts disease. This biomarker and ALP helps to identify between bone or liver disease. Those that drink excessive alcohol over a long-term period have elevated GGT.
Alanine Transferase (ALT)
Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is an enzyme that is primarily located in the liver. This enzyme helps to assess the health status of the liver, typically when ALT is high there may be some damage that occurred to the liver cells.
Albumin is a protein which is made in the liver and is a good indicator of liver or kidney disease. Albumin is a transport protein for several substances including calcium, zinc, free fatty acids and bilirubin. It also has important functional roles such as the transportation of hormones and drugs. It also helps to maintain the oncotic pressure within blood plasma and so prevents fluid from leaking out into the blood vessels unnecessarily. Albumin is the most abundant protein found in the blood.
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is an enzyme predominantly found in the liver and bone. It is also found in smaller amounts in the kidneys, intestines and the placenta in pregnant women. Different parts of the body produce different forms of ALP called isoenzymes. Test can identify bone or liver disorders.
Bilirubin is a waste product from the normal breakdown of red blood cells. It has an orange-yellow pigment and comes from the breakdown of haem, a component of the protein hemoglobin. Hemoglobin gives red blood cells their characteristic red color and transports oxygen around the body. Used to identify Liver disease.
Total Protein
Total Protein represents the sum of the proteins albumin and globulin in your blood. Albumin and globulin have a range of functions including keeping blood within vessels, transporting nutrients and fighting infection. Abnormal levels can indicate malnutrition as well as a liver or kidney disorder.
Globulins are a family of proteins which are not soluble in water but do dissolve in dilute salt solutions. Globulins are made by both the liver and the immune system and make up a large proportion of blood serum protein. Proteins are essential building blocks of all cells and tissues.

How The Advanced Liver Function Blood Test Procedure Works

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