14-in-1 Comprehensive
Metabolic Health Test

Was $145.00
Now $108.75

A simple, finger-prick blood test that measures;

Cholesterol Profile, Insulin Resistance, Inflammation, Average Blood Sugars, Visceral Fat, Vitamin D, AST, ALT, GGT, Total Bilirubin, Alkaline-Phosphatase, Creatinine, EGFR & Fasting Glucose

Was $145.00
Now $108.75
- Free shipping
- HSA/FSA accepted
- All testing performed in a CAP & CLIA accredited lab

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What Biomarkers Are Measured?

Vitamin D
Vitamin D plays multiple important roles in the body, including supporting immune, brain and nervous system health. Your body can only absorb calcium, the primary component of bone, when vitamin D is present.
Cholesterol Profile
Cholesterol is a key maker of cardiovascular health. A cholesterol (or lipid) panel measures the amount of Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL and Triglycerides in your blood.
Insulin Resistance
An elevated TG/HDL ratio has been regarded as one of the valid markers for Insulin resistance. Insulin resistance leads to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and is a precursor for type-2 diabetes.
Fasting Glucose
High blood glucose/blood sugar can damage the capillaries in your kidneys, causing them to lose their function. Fasting glucose can help screen for conditions such as diabetes and prediabetes.
Creatinine
Creatinine is a chemical waste product of creatine and is used to supply energy. Serum creatinine levels indicate how well the kidneys are performing their function of filtering toxins from the blood.
EGFR (Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate)
EGFR indicates how well the kidneys are functioning by measuring how much blood passes through the glomeruli each minute. Glomeruli are tiny filters in the kidneys that filter waste from the blood.
AST (Aspartate Transanimase)
AST is one of the two major liver enzymes and is crucial for amino acid metabolism. AST is released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged.
ALT (Alanine Transanimase)
ALT is the second major liver enzyme and it's role is to convert proteins into energy inside the liver. ALT is also released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged.
Total Bilirubin
Bilirubin is a yellowish substance produced during the normal breakdown of red blood cells in the body. It is transported to the liver, where it is processed and excreted into the bile, which is a fluid that aids in digestion.
Alakaline Phosphatase
Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found in various tissues throughout the body, such as the liver, kidneys, and intestines. It plays a crucial role in various physiological and metabolic processes.
GGT (Gamma Glutamyl Transferase)
GGT is an enzyme found in high levels in the liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, and brain. It is a measurement for oxidative stress and can help detect diseases in the liver or bile ducts.
Average Blood Sugars (HBA1C)
Average blood glucose (sugar) levels for the last two to three months. It is measured by HBA1C levels and is used as a risk factor for diabetes or prediabetes.
Inflammation (HSCRP)
Highly sensitive C-Reactive Protein measures general levels of inflammation in your body and can assess the risk or presence of liver fibrosis, chronic liver disease and other issues.
Visceral Fat
Visceral Fat is stored around your internal organs, including your heart, liver and intestines. Visceral fat makes chemicals and hormones that can be toxic to the body.
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What Biomarkers Are Measured?

Cholesterol Profile

Cholesterol is a key maker of cardiovascular health. A cholesterol (or lipid) panel measures the amount of Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL and Triglycerides in your blood.

Insulin Resistance

An elevated TG/HDL ratio has been regarded as one of the valid markers for Insulin resistance. Insulin resistance leads to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and is a precursor for type-2 diabetes.

GGT (Gamma Glutamyl Transferase)

GGT is an enzyme found in high levels in the liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, and brain. It is a measurement for oxidative stress and can help detect diseases in the liver or bile ducts.

Average Blood Sugars (HBA1C)

Average blood glucose (sugar) levels for the last two to three months. It is measured by HBA1C levels and is used as a risk factor for diabetes or prediabetes.

Inflammation (HSCRP)

Highly sensitive C-Reactive Protein measures general levels of inflammation in your body and can assess the risk or presence of liver fibrosis, chronic liver disease and other issues.

Visceral Fat

Visceral Fat is stored around your internal organs, including your heart, liver and intestines. Visceral fat makes chemicals and hormones that can be toxic to the body.

AST (Asparate Transanimase)

AST is one of the two major liver enzymes and is crucial for amino acid metabolism. AST is released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged.

ALT (Alanine Transanimase)

ALT is the second major liver enzyme and it's role is to convert proteins into energy inside the liver. ALT is also released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged.

Total Bilirubin

Bilirubin is a yellowish substance produced during the normal breakdown of red blood cells in the body. It is transported to the liver, where it is processed and excreted into the bile, which is a fluid that aids in digestion.

Alkaline Phosphatase

Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found in various tissues throughout the body, such as the liver, kidneys, and intestines. It plays a crucial role in various physiological and metabolic processes.

Creatinine

Creatinine is a chemical waste product of creatine and is used to supply energy. Serum creatinine levels indicate how well the kidneys are performing their function of filtering toxins from the blood.

EGFR (Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate)

EGFR indicates how well the kidneys are functioning by measuring how much blood passes through the glomeruli each minute. Glomeruli are tiny filters in the kidneys that filter waste from the blood.

Fasting Glucose

High blood glucose/blood sugar can damage the capillaries in your kidneys, causing them to lose their function. Fasting glucose can help screen for conditions such as diabetes and prediabetes.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D plays multiple important roles in the body, including supporting immune, brain and nervous system health. Your body can only absorb calcium, the primary component of bone, when vitamin D is present.

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FAQs

What comes with the service?

Choose Health is an at-home health tracking service that allows you to track key markers of internal health (collected with a simple prick of your finger) and learn how your diet, exercise and lifestyle are impacting your markers so you can make more informed decisions on your health journey. Each kit contains:
• Lab test supplies
• Tape measure for visceral fat
• Pre-paid shipping package to send your test to the lab
• Unlimited subscription to Choose Health mobile tracking service application

What markers can I test?

You can personalize your test to track the markers that are most relevant to you. If you don't know which markers you want to test, our team of doctors will help recommend which might be most relevant to you based on your lifestyle, goals and family history. Our current list of markers include:
• Cardiovascular Health (Total Cholesterol : HDL Ratio)
• Insulin Resistance (Trigylcerides : HDL Ratio)
• Average Blood Sugar (hbA1c)
• Body Composition and Visceral Fat (Waist : Heigh Ratio)
• Oxidative Stress (GGT)
• Inflammation (hs-CRP)
• Vitamin D (25-OH vitamin D)
• Testosterone (Total)
• Thyroid (TSH)

Who should take this test?

If you would like to learn how your nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress, drinking and family history are impacting your long-term health you should take this test. You must be over 18.

Is my data safe?

We use the highest standards in end-to-end encryption and comply with the strictest standards for HIPAA compliance. We firmly believe that your data is yours and yours alone.

What labs are used to process my test?

We only partner CLIA and CAP accredited labs to provide testing solutions. These labs have the same accreditations as labs that your doctor might use.

Does Choose Health do DNA testing?

Choose Health is an at-home blood testing service. We do not offer DNA testing and your sample will never be stored or saved for the purpose of testing your DNA. The labs we have partnered with do not offer DNA testing services.

How do I take this test?

Please watch our instructional video on how to properly take the test: by copy and pasting the following link into your search bar: https://choosehealth.io/instructions
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