Once you receive your blood test from the lab, you are going to transpose the results onto a chart to make it easier for you, and for us, to see your results, to see if you are in or out of functional range, and to compare your final blood test to your first at the end of this workshop. There are several steps required, but they are quick and straight-forward.
If you are not comfortable on a computer, download [download id=”732″ “Blood Test Chart Without Excel], print it, enter the numbers by hand, take a picture of each page in your phone and email the pictures to Brianna@HealthRestored.com
If you are comfortable on a computer:
- click here to download the [download id=”736″ “Blood Test Chart Excel”] to your downloads folder.
- IF you have Microsoft Excel go to step 6
- IF you do not have Microsoft Excel, go to https://office.live.com/start/Excel.aspx to open the free version in your browser
- Login with any Microsoft account. If you do not have a Microsoft account you can create a new one.
- Once you are logged in, in the upper right corner is an “Upload a Workbook” button. Click it. Point it to your downloaded file (probably in your download folder).
- At the top of the Excel file are five columns with “Test 1 Date”, “Test 2 Date”, etc. Overwrite “Test 1 Date” with the date of your blood test.
- Start entering the values of your blood markers in the corresponding rows of the column.
- When you are done entering all of your blood markers, Click on “File” and then on “Save As” to save your file.
- Email the file to Brianna@HealthRestored.com.