Blood tests can reveal micronutrient and antioxidant deficiencies and allow a personalized way to bolster immunity and protect the body’s cells. This is according to a new study from Cell Science Systems, a device manufacturer specializing in preventive medical lab tests that measure how the immune system responds to foods, nutrients and other substances to create a personalized diet and health plan. This “great news for prevention” comes at a time when global focus on immunity, catalyzed by the coronavirus outbreak, is the strongest it’s ever been in recent memory.

10 Apr 2020 — Blood tests can reveal micronutrient and antioxidant deficiencies and allow a personalized way to bolster immunity and protect the body’s cells. This is according to a new study from Cell Science Systems, a device manufacturer specializing in preventive medical lab tests that measure how the immune system responds to foods, nutrients and other substances to create a personalized diet and health plan. This “great news for prevention” comes at a time when global focus on immunity, catalyzed by the coronavirus outbreak, is the strongest it’s ever been in recent memory.

“We are seeing tremendous interest in our new cellular nutrition assays, as well as our food sensitivity testing, as people become more aware of the need to bolster and balance their immunity. The immune system requires nutrients to function,” Roger Deutsch, CEO of Cell Science Systems, tells NutritionInsight.

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