Interpreting Labs Through a Cancer Lens
2-part video workshop with board-certified radiation oncologist, Christy Kesslering, MD.
Understand the key lab tests so you can optimize your metabolic health.
Metabolic Health & Cancer
Cancer is not primarily a genetic disease. Your metabolic health – especially your blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity – have a strong influence on your risk for cancer.
But what are the optimal levels? And what else should you measure besides glucose, hemoglobin A1c, and insulin?
Learn the most important lab tests, what they mean, and what the optimal ranges are specifically through the lens of reducing risk for cancer or supporting an improved treatment outcome if you already have cancer.
“Normal” Does Not Mean Optimal
When your goal is to reduce risk for cancer or to optimize the outcome of treatment, standard laboratory reference ranges are too general and vague.
You don’t want to just fall within an arbitrary range.
You want to know your metabolic health is as robust as it can possibly be.
But which tests are most important? And what do the results mean?
Demystify Your Lab Tests
Why are test results so full of abbreviations and acronyms? Why is there so much medical gobbledygook? Why does it all seem so complicated and complex? Why won’t someone explain things in plain English?
Dr. Kesslering will!
Learn This & More…
There’s a lot we don’t know about cancer. But that doesn’t mean you are powerless. We know that certain lifestyle and dietary factors affect risk for cancer… and you have complete control over some of them. You can’t change your age or your family history.
But you can change your health trajectory by understanding your lab tests so you can take action to improve your metabolic health in ways that are research-proven to help reduce risk for cancer or support better treatment outcomes.
Workshop Dates & Details
Part 1: [1 hour] – Understanding routine labs through a cancer lens.
Dr. Kesslering walks you through the standard lab tests that are most important for assessing your metabolic health – what the tests are and what they mean, why they matter, and what the optimal ranges are for supporting overall health and reducing cancer risk.
Part 2: [1-hour] – Additional lab tests that are not always included in standard testing, but are critical to perform to get a comprehensive assessment of your metabolic health.
Based on over twenty years of experience as an oncologist, Dr. Kesslering will tell you the additional tests that are most important to have done and why, and how to interpret your results specifically with the aim of reducing cancer risk or setting yourself up to have the best possible treatment outcome.
*These videos are recordings of a workshop that was presented live.
(You can start watching immediately after purchasing.)
Who Teaches The Workshop?
The workshop is taught by Christy Kesslering, MD. Dr. Kesslering is a board-certified radiation oncologist whose career is dedicated to working with cancer and non-cancer patients to optimize cancer outcomes, improve quality of life, and reverse chronic diseases. She is a founding member of the Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners and is on the leading edge of cancer care, having actively incorporated metabolic health practices into the care of her oncology patients for years. She has been named a Top Doctor multiple times by Castle Connolly and Chicago Magazine.
Frequently Asked Questions
Christy Kesslering, MD, is a board-certified radiation oncologist whose career is dedicated to working with cancer and non-cancer patients to optimize cancer outcomes, improve quality of life, and reverse chronic diseases. She is a founding member of the Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners and is on the leading edge of cancer care, having actively incorporated metabolic health practices into the care of oncology patients for years. She has been named a Top Doctor multiple times by Castle Connolly and Chicago Magazine.
This workshop is intended for anyone who wants to better understand the most important lab tests for assessing and improving metabolic health with the aim of reducing risk for cancer or optimizing treatment outcomes for those already living with cancer. It is suitable for laypeople wanting to take a more informed and proactive role in their own health future as well as for professionals helping their patients to improve their health and support them during cancer treatment.
There’s a lot of misinformation on the internet – a lot of snake oil and empty promises. It’s difficult to know who to trust. If you’ve watched a loved one navigate the frightening and confusing world of cancer treatment, or you’ve gone through it, yourself, you know that there’s a great deal of conflicting information out there and unscrupulous influencers preying on you at your most vulnerable. You want to understand the science – not catchy clickbait headlines, but what the research actually shows. Dr. Kesslering has been treating cancer patients for over twenty years and was among the first to incorporate metabolic therapies into her practice. She is a leading professional in the field and is beloved among her patients and their families for her dedication to research, solid science, and supporting their best possible treatment outcomes.
No. You are purchasing the REPLAYS of a 2-part live workshop that took place in July 2023, plus question and answer portions for both sessions. You will also receive full transcripts for parts 1 and 2 of the workshop. (There are no transcripts for the Q & A portions.)
No. We will not be offering refunds for this workshop. All sales are final.