% Free Copper

Optimal Result: 5 - 25 %.

The marker % Free Copper on a Nutristat test signifies the proportion of unbound or available copper in the bloodstream. This measurement helps assess the balance between free copper and the copper bound to proteins like ceruloplasmin.

Abnormalities in % Free Copper levels can indicate imbalances in copper metabolism and potential health issues, such as Wilson's disease or other copper-related disorders. Nutristat tests, which assess copper, zinc, and related ratios, aid in evaluating nutritional and metabolic aspects related to these essential minerals.

What does it mean if your % Free Copper result is too high?

The marker % Free Copper on a Nutristat test signifies the proportion of unbound or available copper in the bloodstream. This measurement helps assess the balance between free copper and the copper bound to proteins like ceruloplasmin.

Abnormalities in % Free Copper levels can indicate imbalances in copper metabolism and potential health issues, such as Wilson's disease or other copper-related disorders. Nutristat tests, which assess copper, zinc, and related ratios, aid in evaluating nutritional and metabolic aspects related to these essential minerals.

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