Whole blood versus serum-analysis
The full-blood-analysis describes the actual concentration of mineral substances, vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids in the cell. The serum-analysis describes the measured general value outside the cell. The advantage is obviously an untimely recognition of micro nutrient deficits.
Therefore this concrete statement can be very useful for preventive and therapeutical reasons. The close analysis of single profiles such as amino acids or fatty acids reveals disfunctions at a very early stage to be targeted and evened out.