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Test packages from £24

Advanced iron profile

£6

Relates to:

Energy
Sleep
Fitness

Iron is a nutrient that helps transport oxygen around your body. If your levels are low, it can affect your energy, sleep, and fitness. Or if it's too high, it can affect your heart health.

Your body uses iron to make haemoglobin — a part of red blood cells that carries oxygen around your body. If you don't get enough iron you might develop iron deficiency anaemia. Tiredness, shortness of breath and heart palpitations are signs you might be deficient. While if your iron stores become too high, it can affect your heart and long-term health.

What's included?

Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC)
Unsaturated iron binding capacity (UIBC)
Ferritin
Iron
Transferrin saturation

Cholesterol

£5

Relates to:

Long-term health

Cholesterol is a fat that's essential for your health. But if it's too high, it might affect your heart health.

Cholesterol is a type of fat that’s produced by your body. While you need it to help make hormones and vitamin D, if it gets too high it might increase your risk of heart disease. There are no symptoms for high cholesterol so regular checks are recommended.A cholesterol test, sometimes called a lipid profile test, will look at the different types of fats in your blood.

What's included?

Triglyceride/HDL ratio
LDL cholesterol
Non-HDL Cholesterol
HDL cholesterol
Cholesterol
Triglycerides
HDL/Total cholesterol ratio
Total Cholesterol/HDL Ratio

CRP

£5

Relates to:

Long-term health
Sleep
Mood
Weight

CRP is linked to inflammation in your body. And inflammation can affect everything from your heart health to your mood, sleep, and even weight.

A high sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) test can tell you if you're suffering from chronic inflammation — a strong risk factor for heart disease. A raised CRP level is also linked to a number of other health problems, like diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and some cancers.

What's included?

CRP (high sensitivity)

Ferritin

£5

Relates to:

Energy
Sleep
Fitness

Ferritin can help you understand more about your iron levels — a nutrient that helps transport oxygen around your body. If your levels are low, it can affect your energy, sleep, and fitness. Or if it's too high, it can affect your heart health.

Ferritin measures the amount of iron stored in your body. It can be used to help diagnose anaemia or iron overload. Ferritin levels can also be elevated with infection, inflammation, and conditions affecting your kidneys and liver.

What's included?

Ferritin

Folate (vitamin B9)

£13

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness

Folate (vitamin B9) is essential for making red blood cells — these are important for energy. Low levels can lead to anaemia (causing tiredness) and affect your heart health in the long-term.

Folate (vitamin B9) is also sometimes called folic acid — the synthetic (man-made) version of this vitamin. Folate is important for a healthy liver, as well as healthy skin, hair, and eyes. It's stored in your body so you can become deficient in a matter of weeks. And a deficiency can lead to anaemia — when you can't transport enough oxygen around your body. Symptoms of this include low energy, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and difficulty concentrating. A long-term deficiency might also affect your heart health.

What's included?

Folate

HbA1c

£5

Relates to:

Energy
Sleep
Weight

A HbA1c test measures your average blood glucose levels over the last 3 months. This helps indicate your risk of pre-diabetes and diabetes.

HbA1c refers to glycated haemoglobin. When the glucose (sugar) in your blood rises, it binds to the haemoglobin in your red blood cells. Red blood cells live for about 3 months, so a HbA1c test measures your average blood glucose levels over the last few months.

What's included?

HbA1c

Liver function

£5

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness
Weight

Your liver health is a good indicator of your long-term health — because it can affect your immunity and the inflammation in your body. Your liver can also affect everything from your energy levels and fitness to your mood and sleep.

Your liver is an organ that plays a role in over 500 functions in your body. It helps detoxify your blood, digest food, fight infections, maintain hormone balances, and regulate blood sugar levels. A liver function test measures the levels of a range of things in your blood, like proteins, liver enzymes, and bilirubin. Measuring these things can help check your liver function and also check for signs of inflammation or damage.

What's included?

Gamma-GT
Alanine transferase
Albumin
Alkaline phosphatase
Globulin
Bilirubin
Total protein

Omega-3 & 6

£43

Relates to:

Long-term health
Sleep
Mood
Weight

Omega-3 and omega-6 fats are types of unsaturated fats. Omega-3s are important for hormone production and brain health. They can also help reduce inflammation in your body — which might lower your risk of heart disease. While omega-3s reduce inflammation, omega-6s promote it. Omega-6s are still essential for your health, but too much inflammation can increase your risk of developing a chronic disease. Having a balanced amount of omega-6s to omega-3s is important.

Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are types of fat that you can only get from your diet. Both omega-3 and omega-6 are essential for your health but it's important to get the balance right — that's why we measure your omega-6:omega-3 ratio. Ideally, this ratio should be 2:1, but most Western diets are way too high in omega-6 so the ratio is around 10:1. This causes chronic inflammation and can increase your risk of heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and some cancers. Reducing omega-6 rich foods and increasing omega-3 rich foods in your diet can lower your risk.

What's included?

Omega-3 Index
Omega-6:omega-3 (AA:EPA) ratio

Testosterone (free or unbound)

£15

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness
Weight

Free testosterone, also called unbound testosterone, refers to the amount of testosterone available for your body to use. Testosterone plays a role in red blood cell production — which is important for energy. It also helps maintain your mood, muscle and bone strength, sex drive, and fertility.

While females produce testosterone too, males produce it in much higher amounts. Levels naturally drop with age but other factors, like liver disease and weight can also cause your levels to drop. Males with low testosterone might feel tired, have a low sex drive, gain weight, feel depressed and have low self-esteem. Females might experience these symptoms, as well as irregular periods. Free testosterone is calculated based on your total testosterone, sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG), and albumin level. Free testosterone reflects the amount of testosterone available for your body to use (rather than the total amount in your body).

What's included?

Free testosterone (calculated)
Testosterone
SHBG
Free Androgen Index

Testosterone (total)

£6

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness
Weight

Total testosterone refers to all of the testosterone in your blood — both bound and unbound (free). Testosterone plays a role in red blood cell production, which is important for energy. It also helps maintain your mood, muscle and bone strength, sex drive, and fertility.

Bound testosterone means it's attached to protein in your blood, so it's not readily available for your body to use. While unbound (or free) testosterone is easy for your body to use. While females produce testosterone too, males produce it in much higher amounts — but levels naturally drop with age. Other factors, like liver disease and weight, can also cause testosterone levels to drop. Males with low testosterone might feel tired, have a low sex drive, gain weight, feel depressed and have low self-esteem. Females might experience these symptoms, as well as irregular periods.

What's included?

Testosterone

Thyroid profile

£6

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Mood
Weight

Your thyroid gland produces hormones that control your body's metabolism. If it's over or underactive, it can affect your weight, energy, mood, heart, and bone health.

Your thyroid gland is a gland found at the front of your neck that produces the hormones T3 and T4. Sometimes, your thyroid gland might produce too much or too little of these hormones. This can cause symptoms like tiredness, weight gain, and feeling depressed.

What's included?

Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
Free thyroxine (FT4)

Thyroid profile (advanced)

£19

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Mood
Weight

Our advanced thyroid test measures your thyroid hormone levels. It also checks for the presence of any thyroid antibodies — which can cause autoimmune thyroid diseases. An over or underactive thyroid can affect your weight, energy, mood, heart, and bone health.

Your thyroid gland is a gland found at the front of your neck that produces hormones T3 and T4. Sometimes, your thyroid gland might produce too much or too little of these hormones. This can cause symptoms like tiredness, weight gain, and feeling depressed. Thyroid antibodies (proteins produced by your immune system) can cause an autoimmune thyroid disorder — these are sometimes responsible for an over or underactive thyroid.

What's included?

Triiodothyronine (FT3)
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
Thyroglobulin antibodies (TgAB)
Thyroid peroxidase antibodies (TPOAb)
Thyroxine (T4)
Free thyroxine (FT4)

Vitamin B12 (total)

£12

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness

Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy brain and nervous system. It’s also needed for making red blood cells — which are important for your energy levels. Low vitamin B12 levels can make you feel depressed and might affect your sleep and fitness.

Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, plays a key role in the normal functioning of your nervous system, and the formation of red blood cells. A deficiency can lead to anaemia — when you can't transport enough oxygen around your body. Symptoms of this include low energy, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and difficulty concentrating. Vitamin B12 deficiency can also affect your mental health and is linked to depression.

What's included?

Total B12

Vitamin B9 and B12 (active)

£17

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness

An active B12 test measures the amount of vitamin B12 your body can actually use — making it a more sensitive marker than a total B12 test. It's essential for a healthy brain and nervous system. And works closely with folate (vitamin B9) to make red blood cells — important for your energy levels. Both vitamins are linked to sleep, mood, and heart health.

Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, plays a key role in the normal functioning of your nervous system. Because both B vitamins are involved in producing red blood cells, a deficiency of either can lead to anaemia — when you can't transport enough oxygen around your body. Your body also can't store folate, meaning you can become deficient in a matter of weeks. A deficiency of either can cause tiredness, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and muscle weakness.

What's included?

Active B12
Folate

Vitamin D

£9

Relates to:

Long-term health
Energy
Sleep
Mood
Fitness

Vitamin D plays a key role in your long-term health, particularly your bone health. It's also important for a strong immune system and is linked to your sleep, energy levels, and mood.

Vitamin D helps absorb calcium in your gut and maintains your calcium and phosphate levels. Your body makes vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sun. So during autumn and winter, when sun exposure is low, it's common for your levels to drop. Because of this, a deficiency is quite common. Signs of this include low energy levels, bone and muscle pain, and getting ill more often than usual.

What's included?

Vitamin D

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