Clinical Blood Test
Why get blood tested?
Regular review of your health data is key to understanding and maintaining good health and wellbeing.
Our simple blood test provides a wealth of data from which you can better understand your hormonal, heart, kidney, liver, thyroid, digestive and nutritional health.
By tracking your health data in this way you are empowered to take control of your health and make informed decisions to help prevent illness.
Real-time health insights that empower you to take positive action to help prevent illness
Up to 150 data points linked to key health areas measured
Personalised health plan detailing results and next steps
Optional scientific discussion
What tests are included?
- Personal Health Measurements
- Full Blood Count
- Iron Status
- Heart Health
- Diabetes Health
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Kidney Health
- Liver Health
- Pancreatic Health
- Digestive Health
- Nutritional Health
- Muscle & Joint Health
- Bone Health
- Allergy Evaluation
- Infection & Inflammation
- Thyroid Health
- Hormonal Health
- Prostate Health
- Female Hormonal Health
An appointment will last 30 minutes.
Do not hesitate to ask our staff questions on the day of the appointment and they will be happy to assist you.
In each of our screening appointments, body measurements will be taken, a blood draw will be conducted and you will be asked to provide a urine sample. You will also be asked to remove your shoes as part of the appointment as part of the body composition assessment.
Please do not consume food or drink for 6 hours prior to appointment. This excludes water, please stay well hydrated. Please do not chew gum.
Do not smoke for a minimum of 30 minutes before your appointment.
Information will be sent to all clients once bookings are made to provide guidance with a personal medical and lifestyle questionnaire provided for our clients to complete.
Your samples will be sent for analysis and within 3-5 business days you will receive notification to access your results and a physical copy of your health report.
Our personal Co-ordinators will then be in touch to arrange a consultation call with one of our scientific advisors.
Up to 150 different data points linked to key health areas are measured.