Fatty Acid Testing for Healthcare Professionals

Monitor your patients’ diets and their dietary changes.  

Convenience is key. Patients can collect their own sample at home or your staff can collect samples in your office. 

 A personalized report will be emailed to you and your patient, including individualized recommendations. 

How It Works

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Step 1: Set up Account

Contact us to set up a healthcare professional account. You can order kits for your office, and all testing can be done with the same collection kit.

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Step 2: Collect Sample

Collect samples in the office or by sending the kits home with your patients. Place collection card in the mail in our pre-paid return envelop.

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Step 3: Get Results

We will send the report to both you and your patient within 2 weeks. Re-test fatty acid levels every 4 months to track levels overtime.

Why OmegaQuant?

The world’s only laboratory dedicated to fatty acid analysis that is CLIA certified 

Use same test that has been used in 200+ research studies
Validated and standardized testing methods
Recognized experts in fatty acid research
Easy to understand reports based on well established scientific studies

Bring Research into Your Practice

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The Omega-3 Index and Risk for Fatal CHD

Stanford University Data from 10 prospective cohort studies including >24,000 subjects showed that an Omega-3 Index of 8% or greater was associated with the lowest risk for fatal CHD.

RBC Palmitic Acid levels and Type 2 Diabetes risk

Women's Health Initiative Higher RBC Palmitic Acid levels in postmenopausal women increased the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 24%.

The Omega-3 Index and Prostate Specific Antigen

The Cooper Institute Using data from over 6200 men attending the Cooper Clinic (Dallas), a higher Omega-3 Index was not associated with higher PSA levels

Total Mortality and the Omega-3 Index: Heart and Soul

UCSF People with the highest Omega-3 Index levels lived longer than those with the lowest levels.

Greater Longevity with a Higher Omega-3 Index

Women's Health Initiative Postmenopausal women with an Omega-3 Index over 8% were 30% less likely to die than those with an Index less than 4% over 15 years.

The Omega-3 Index, Brain Size and Cognitive Function: Framingham Heart Study

Framington Participants in the Framingham Heart Study with the lowest Omega-3 Indexes had smaller brain volumes and performed worse on mental function tests.

5-year changes in Trans Fat and the Omega-3 Index in Older Americans

Framington Blood trans fat levels decreased by 23% between 1999-2006 during the reduction of trans fats in the US food supply.

The Omega-3 Index and Cardiac Risk Factors: Framingham Heart Study

Framington Higher levels of the Omega-3 Index were associated with overall more favorable cardiac risk profile

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This test is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent or mitigate any disease. This site does not offer medical advice, and nothing contained herein is intended to establish a doctor/patient relationship. OmegaQuant, LLC is regulated under the Clinical Laboratory improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) and is qualified to perform high complexity clinical testing. The performance characteristics of this test were determined by OmegaQuant, LLC. It has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.