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BIOCHECKUP TM™ is an early diagnosis programme for the detection of physio-pathological imbalances associated with common diseases, in partnership with the analysis laboratory Unilabs. The early diagnosis of first-stage metabolic imbalances, before their progression towards detectable disease symptoms, may prompt you to take personalised steps which can have a reversing effect on the development of a disease, returning you to good health.

Factors such as calorie control, a balanced nutrition and physical activity can often enable the recovery of a good health and well-being status for your age. Genetic heritage, an additional aspect which is different for each individual, also has a long-term effect on the state of a patient’s health.

Gene expression may be modified and the risk of disease thus reduced thanks to an optimised environment (physical and social activity, nutrition, etc.). This approach also reduces the risk of a number of degenerative diseases associated with aging.

Awareness of personal health status, supported by objective laboratory analyses and personalised advice, will provide motivation for accepting responsibilities for the preservation of overall health.

Inflammatory & cardiovascular risk

Cardiovascular disease is the result of genetic factors, the environment, and individual behaviour. Asymptomatic arteriosclerosis, an inflammatory disease characterised by the accumulation of lipids, inflammatory cells and fibrosis in the arteries, is at the root of the silent and progressive obstruction of blood vessels.

Clinical evaluations and recommendations

  • Evaluation of primary and secondary cardiovascular risks
  • Monitoring of the favourable effects of lifestyle changes
  • Monitoring of therapeutic effects (e.g. Statins)
  • Cardiovascular check-up or assessment, hypercholesterolemia investigation
  • Nutritional re-education (pre- or post-heart attack)
  • Nutritional troubles, monitoring of diet, chronic diarrhoea
  • Chronic inflammatory diseases
  • Chronic disorder of the central nervous system
  • A monitoring time of at least two to three months must be observed between treatments

The analysis of a specific set of genetic variants (genetic mutations or polymorphisms) enables the personalised evaluation of the status of the genes which are most important to the origins of arteriosclerosis.

Oxidative stress & nutrition


Oxidative stress describes attacks on cells due to free radicals such as the Reactive Oxygen Species or the Reactive Oxygen or Nitrogen Species. Oxidative stress is involved in the majority of illnesses, from inflammation to cancer. It is important to detect it and to understand its origin in order to control it.

The SU.VI.MAX study has shown a drop in incidence of cancer due to nutritional doses of related antioxidant supplements – this in contrast to the sometimes harmful effects of high doses of mono- or bi-therapeutic treatments in the form of tablets.

HOMA insulin resistance

The HOMA index (homeostasis model assessment) enables the evaluation of the resistance of tissues to insulin, an early stage of type II diabetes.

Toxic trace elements, urine

This assessment regroups the most widely spread toxic metals and is aimed at detecting recent exposure to them. Investigations into exposure to a toxic element may be foreseen when standard clinical examinations have not succeeded, particularly for cases involving fatigue, anaemia, unexplained symptoms or the evaluation of environmental exposure with a risk of cancer.

Clinical evaluations and recommendations

  • Professional, environmental or domestic exposure
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Unexplained anaemia
  • Unexplained mood swings, troubles with concentration or behaviour

Endocrine status

Bone health

Bone status, particularly at the peri-menopausal period, following fractures or serious nutritional problems.

Women’s hormonal assessment

Assessment of situations of abnormal menstrual patterns, the peri-menopause, or fertility issues.

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