Friday, April 3, 2015

How the Urinalysis Reagent Test Strips Can Warn You of Health Issues!

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A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
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Your health should be your number one priority!  Have you ever done a home urinalysis test before?  It's quite an interesting test you can do in the privacy of your own home.  The Urinalysis Test Strips are very useful in the preliminary screening for diabetes, liver diseases, hemolytic diseases, urogenital, and kidney disorders.  The Areta Urinalysis Reagent Strips provide the fast and accurate tests for the following parameters: Glucose, Bilirubin, Ketone, Specific Gravity, Blood, pH, Protein, Urobilinogen, Nitrite and Leukocytes in urine.


Let The Urinalysis Reagent Test Strips Aid In Alerting You Of Health Issues!

For this review, I received one bottle of a 100 Easy@Home Areta 10 Parameter(10SG) Urinalysis Reagent Test Strips!  The strips are easy to use, just dip the strip in a urine sample for 1-2 seconds, then hold the strip close to the color blocks on the bottle and match colors.  Results may be read up to 2 minutes and any color change after that should be ignored.  In the picture above, I believe it was over two minutes, so the results may not be all that accurate, but I wanted to show you how the test strip would appear.  Here's another picture with the same test strip and a more recent result from another person.


The package contains one bottle, that has 100 Strips, easily used within the shelf life, no waste. 
Note:  (All mainstream Urinalysis Test Strips are fresh to use for 90 days after opening).
The test strips are FDA approved!  The Easy@Home Areta Urinalysis Reagent Strips provide the fast and accurate tests for the following parameters: Glucose, Bilirubin, Ketone, Specific Gravity, Blood, pH, Protein, Urobilinogen, Nitrite and Leukocytes in urine.
  • Nitrites:  may be a sign of urinary tract infection or other infection.
  • Leukocytes:  aka white blood cells. Also indicates presence of infection.
  • Glucose:  the most common test for diabetes.
  • pH:  measures urine acidity, associated with higher risk for kidney stones.
  • Protein:  (albumin): tests for kidney function.
  • Ketones:  caused by disorders of increased metabolism; also by unbalanced diets such as high protein/low carb, anorexia or fasting.
  • Specific gravity:  evaluates the body's water balance and urine concentration.
  • Blood:  can result from infection, injury, inflammation, kidney stones or cancer.
  • Bilirubin:  could indicate liver or gallbladder problems such as gallstones, hepatitis, cirrhosis or tumors.
  • Urobilinogen:  checks for liver disease.

I think it's pretty amazing that you can test yourself and know if you have any possibilities of any health issues.  Next week I'll be going on the Master Cleanse, so I'll have to check myself before and after the cleanse.  It should be interesting to see if there's a difference.  I would highly recommend the Urinalysis Reagent Test Strips!







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Bonny Sallee

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slehan said... Best Blogger Tips

I didn't know you could get these strips. Interesting.

slehan at juno dot com

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