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Home Diagnostic Strips
a simple urine test that detects MDA (malondialdehyde) levels, which is a by-product during lipid peroxidation due to stress and /or insufficient level of antioxidants.
Anti-aging management and diagnosis of the health condition of individual.
Takes 3 minute to
generate the data.
Requires no instruments.
& A dip-and-read test strips.
MDA is the by-product in the lipid peroxidation reaction of unsaturated fatty acids with free radicals. Intact MDA molecule can bind biological molecules and thereby reduce the biochemical functions of the molecules. Most of the MDA molecules, produced in an organism, are secreted and degraded ultimately to nontoxic metabolites. However, excessive production of MBA in an organism leaves undegraded MDA in the system. The undegraded MDA can be measured in the urine specimen of such an individual. Thus, MDA concentration in urine specimen may represent the biological indicators to assess the degree of oxidative damage occurred in the subject. As a result, it’s vital to regularly check and monitor the free radical activity in the body via self-stick FR strips.
MDA concentration in urine specimen allows us to evaluate the amount of oxygen free radicals and therefore the damaged functional molecules in the body. Generally, an excessive amount of oxygen free radicals are produced in our body as a result of frequent exposure to some disagreeable environment, an excessive exercise, an uptake of excessive food, or irregular sleep pattern, etc. Therefore, an abnormally high level of urinary MDA concentration reveals the presence of abnormality in some part of the body and warrants a complete physical examination, including consultation with family physician.
Normal : Normal level of oxldative stress (Free radicals)
Cautions : Cautions level of oxidative stress.
High : High level of oxidative stress.
Very High : Very High level of oxidative stress.