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Understand the impact of your diet with a blood test
Ever wondered how your nutrition choices impact your health? Want to know if you’re eating enough of the right things? A blood test can give you insight into the effects of your lifestyle choices on your health.
A home blood test can help you understand how your diet choices impact your health. Our nutrition subscription blood test can check nutrient levels which are important for your health. It can also check for diabetes risk and give you insight into your cholesterol levels.
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What will be tested?
Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium and helps to keep your skin and bones healthy. It also plays an important role in your immune system. Vitamin D deficiency is linked to fatigue, bone and muscle pain, as well as getting ill more often than usual.
Advanced iron profile
Your body uses iron to make haemoglobin — a part of red blood cells that carry oxygen around your body. If you don't get enough iron you might develop iron deficiency anaemia, which can affect your fitness performance. Tiredness, shortness of breath, and heart palpitations are signs you might be deficient.
Vitamin B12 (total)
Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy brain and nervous system. It also works closely with folate to make red blood cells — these carry oxygen around your body. If you don't get enough vitamin B12, it can impact your endurance and performance.
CRP (high sensitivity)
CRP is linked to inflammation in your body — affecting everything from your heart health to your mood, sleep, and even weight. A raised hs-CRP level is also linked to diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
Apolipoproteins and cholesterol (advanced lipid profile)
Cholesterol is a type of fat that’s produced by your body. It’s essential for making hormones and vitamin D. But if it gets too high it might increase your risk of heart disease— putting you at risk of things like a heart attack or stroke.
HbA1c (glycated haemoglobin) measures your average blood sugar over the past three months, which is one indicator for risk of developing pre-diabetes and diabetes.