Complete Natural Products Rapid Test Complete Urinalysis Test Strips

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Complete Natural Products Rapid Test Complete Urinalysis Test Strips (100 strips)

Urinalysis Reagent Strips comes with 14 Test parameters and 100 Strips allowing you to check your urine for Calcium (Kidneys, Heart, & Thyroid), Glucose (Sugar Levels), Protein (Kidney Health), pH (Acidity & Alkalinity), Leukocytes (UTI or Kidney Infection), Nitrites (Urinary Tract Infection), Ketones ( Ketogenic Diet, Keto, Ketone, Ketosis ), Bilirubin (Liver & Gallbladder Health), Blood in your Urine (Kidney Stones), Urobilinogen (Liver Health), Micro albumin (Kidney Damage), Creatinine (Kidney Health), Ascorbate (Vitamin C), & Specific Gravity (UTI & Kidney Health).

Rapid Test Complete Tests for These 14 Indicators:

  • Leukocytes - For urinary tract infection and the presence of bacteria.
  • Nitrites - A UTI Test which is usually an indicator of Urinary Tract Infections.
  • Urobilinogen - Liver function test and Liver Disease Indicator.
  • pH Test - A determinate of the acidic or alkaline state of the urine.
  • Protein - An indicator of possible kidney health issues.
  • Blood in Urine - Usually a test for kidney stones that is most often an indicator of Kidney Stones and if stones are forming in the kidneys.
  • Ascorbate - The Amount of Vitamin C in your Urine.
  • Specific Gravity - a reflection of how well the kidneys are filtering, or the GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate).
  • Ketones - An indicator of the amount of fat being used to produce energy. A key indicator for dieters and those with diabetes.
  • Bilirubin - A test and indicator of Liver or Gallbladder issues.
  • Glucose Test - A measurement of the sugar in the urine usually caused by diabetes.
  • Microalbumin - Can help test for Kidney damage and kidney health.
  • Creatinine - Creatinine outside of the normal test range may indicate kidney health issues.
  • Calcium - Calcium levels play a part in Heart, Kidney, and Thyroid health.

Suggested Use

Dip the test strip into urine or Urinate directly on the strip and read the results. Compare the color change of the reagent pads to the corresponding color chart on the bottle label. Make sure to read the test once the proper time has passed so you don’t get an improper reading.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or health condition.