Turnaround Time: 14-17 Days
CPT Code:

82139, 83921x19, 83497, 83520, 82542x2, 82726x5, 82300, 82507, 82525, 82570, 82978, 83150, 83605, 83655, 84311, 83735, 83785, 84210, 84585, 84630

Test Type: Kit-Based, Blood/Urine


NutrEval FMV® (First Morning Void) test identifies key nutritional deficiencies. The NutrEval FMV evaluates overall nutritional status to determine personalized supplementation needs for antioxidants, B-vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, digestive support, and other select nutrients.

The NutrEval FMV is an advanced diagnostic tool to guide nutritional therapies, often augmenting and speeding recovery of complex chronic conditions. Select genomics biomarkers may be added to the profile for enhanced personalization of therapies.


Effective for Patients Experiencing:

NutrEval FMV testing is effective for patient concerns such as:

  • Mood disorder
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Digestive Complaints
  • Chronic Pain/Inflammatory Conditions
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Migraine
  • Cardiovascular Risk
  • Weight Issues/Dietary Guidance
  • General Health and Sports Fitness Optimization


Alternate Name: NEV


Performing Lab: Genova

Collection Details:

Patient Preparation:

Patient Instructions

Provider Instructions

Collection Instructions:

Abnormal kidney function or use of diuretics may influence test results. Medications May Impact Results: Discontinuation is at the discretion of the physician if medically appropriate. Antibiotics, antifungals, anphetemines, acid blockers, fibrate and corticosteroids may impact results. To ensure accurate test results you MUST provide the requested information.

Urine Collection -

1. Label all tubes with the patient's date of birth. Do not discard the tube fluid.

2. Write the patient's first and last name, date of birth, gender, and date of collection on the Test Requisition Form.

3. Consider collecting the urine 24 hours prior to blood collection to allow enough time for urine to freeze completely. If you wake up to urinate during the night (within six hours of waking) collect that urine in a sterile collection container, or a clean disposable container and refrigerate it. Upon waking, collect your urine into the same container. Fill the container, and pass any additional urine into the toilet.

4. Use the pipette to transfer urine from the collection container into the Green-top Preservative Tube, Blue-top Amber Tube, and Green-top Urine Tube until all are nearly full.

5. Recap the tubes tightly and shake.

6. Place the tubes into the biohazard bag labeled BAG ONE and freeze for a minimum of 2 hours. Bring frozen urine to the blood draw. Some thawing in transit is expected.

Blood Collection - Please collect all tubes in one session. Label each tube with the patient's date of birth. Blood processing note: Step 3 must be completed within 45 minutes after blood collection.

1. Before venipuncture, thoroughly wash the skin area with isopropyl alcolhol, using two successive swabs of clear, sterile cotton. Do not use iodine or mercury-based disinfectants/antiseptics. Extra cleaning if the skin is important for accurate trace element analysis. Use only stainless steel needles, with no aluminium or other metal crimp ring.

2. Draw Blood.

3. Blood Processing - Na-EDTA or K2 EDTA Blue-top tube: Gently invert the tube 10-15 times, then refrigerate no more than 4 days prior to shipping. - Red SST Tiger-top Tube: Clot for 15 minutes while standing in a rack, centrifuge for 15 minutes at 3000 rpm, then transfer serum to amber transfer tube, and freeze. - EDTA Lavender top tube: Gently invert 5 times (do not shake), and refrigerate.