Molecular Metabolic Profile

Molecular Metabolic Profile


Metabolism is the entirety of biochemical reactions that are carried out in the cells of living organisms.

The procedure of substance breakdown is called Catabolism, while this that has to do with the composition of new substances is called Anabolism.

These structural and complex biochemical reactions, ultimately determine the energy at a cellular level, but also the function status of tissues and organs.

Any deviation, happening for a long time, is expressed in the form of Diseases.

  • Autoimmune Diseases
  • Chronic Diseases (lasting more than 3 months)
  • Cardiological problems
  • Diabetes
  • Neurologic Diseases
  • Gastrointestinal Diseases
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Obesity
  • Endocrinological problems
  • Prevention – Antiaging



Metabolic Analysis Profile is carried out by examining the Organic Acids in a urine sample. It provides the depiction of Metabolism, based on the products that the body excretes.

Organic Acids are small molecules, sub-products of cellular activity, food digestion and metabolism of intestinal flora.

  • Detecting nutritional deficiencies in the body,
  • The identification of genetic mutations of enzymes involved in metabolism,
  • Assessing the functional status of mitochondria within the cells, as well as
  • Assessing the function of the gastrointestinal and nervous system.

Organic acids is a large group of compounds, that are used in basic metabolic procedures of the organism. They are derived from proteins, lipids and carbohydrates of food and are used by the organism for energy production and construction of necessary structural elements in the cells.


Examining Organic Acids in urine, provides a wide overview of body function. It photographs the Metabolic Paths and tests the mechanisms that contribute to maintaining the proper or improper functioning of the Organism.

The results of the exam, let the Doctors of our Unit see deep inside the cell and define with great precision any personalized treatment.

They are high-precision exams that, until a few years ago, could not be carried out massively but only for research purposes.

Now, their cost is affordable to everyone and is equal to the cost of simple biochemical examinations.

They offer maximum diagnostic precision for the patient’s health and are carried out with great ease.
They are the best “tool” of health assessment today, Worldwide.



Special exams are meaningful and should only be used in combination with other established medical facts and data (eg medical history, symptoms, clinical examination, results of other tests, etc.).