Health & Wellness Test
A simple, finger-prick blood test that measures;
- PSA, Testosterone (Free & Total), Estradiol, LH, SHBG
- Cholesterol Profile, Insulin Resistance, Inflammation,
- Average Blood Sugars, Oxidative Stress & Visceral Fat.
- Free shipping
- HSA/FSA accepted
- All testing performed in a CAP & CLIA accredited lab
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What biomarkers are measured?
Cholesterol is a key marker of cardiovascular health measured by Total : HDL ratio.
A key marker of metabolic health measured by Triglycerides : HDL ratio. It is a common predisposition to type- 2 diabetes.
A key marker of biological aging measured by Gamma-Glutamyl-Transferase.
Average Blood Sugars
A key indicator of metabolic health and is a risk factor for developing diabetes measured by hbA1c.
Measured by hs-CRP and is a key risk factor for heart disease and certain cancers.
Linked to proper organ function, measured by waist:height ratio.
Testosterone is most commonly associated with sex drive, and is crucial for sperm production. It can also impact bone and muscle mass.
Free testosterone can bind to any cell in the body and helps regulate metabolism, and execute a variety of other cellular functions.
Prostate Stimulating Hormone (PSA)
PSA is primarily used as a means to liquify the semen in males and plays an important role in fertility
In early reproductive years, estradiol is the main controller that develops and maintains female sex characteristics during puberty.
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
LH is a hormone made in the pituitary gland. LH is one of the main sex hormones and can trigger and promote ovulation in females.
Sex-Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
SHBG is a glycoprotein produced in the liver and binds to female sex hormones such as estradiol.
How it works
No separate appointments, lab visits, or confusing lab reports.
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