Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired. This can result in raised blood glucose concentrations that remain high for a prolonged period of time after activities such as eating. Our diabetes check is a simple test to measure the amounts of HbA1c in your blood.
Cortisol is a hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands. It is commonly referred to as a stress hormone due to its ability to trigger and fuel the “fight-or-flight” response.
Hair loss is a natural process which occurs as your hair follicles reach the end of their life cycle. The hair follicles on your head tend to be at different stages in this cycle which prevents all the follicles shedding at the once.
Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is predominantly derived from the foods we consume. Therefore, consuming an unhealthy diet, rich in fatty foods can increase the levels of cholesterol in your blood, putting you at a greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease and suffering a heart attack.
Your risk of developing of heart disease is controlled by many factors that may be genetic or linked to your lifestyle. Consuming a diet high in fatty foods can increase the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood which can increase your risk of developing heart disease.
HIV targets the immune cells of your body. This can make it more difficult for you to fight infections, as your immune system slowly weakens. Overtime and if left untreated, a HIV infection can progress into Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS); the final and most severe stage of the infection.
The kidneys are one of the most important organs in the body due to their role in filtering the blood and safely removing waste products from the body by producing urine.
This is the perfect package for you if you are after a comprehensive analysis of key markers associated with your general health. It can help establish if lifestyle choices such as your diet are having an impact on the levels of key analytes in your blood.
Our liver function tracker provides you with a comprehensive analysis of your liver function. We test for key liver enzymes including GGT and ALT which typically rise in response to obstruction of the biliary system or inflammation of the liver.
Our male hormone tracker PLUS provides a comprehensive, thorough, extensive and complete assessment of the key hormones in your body. This package is therefore a great tool to check whether your hormones are within a normal, healthy range.
This package provides an insight into your levels of key hormones including testosterone, oestradiol and sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) to assess whether your values are within a normal, healthy range.
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) targets the immune cells of your body. This can make it more difficult for you to fight infections, as your immune system slowly weakens.
The thyroid is a small gland that is located towards the lower front of your neck. The thyroid secretes hormones which are important in regulating many processes within the body including growth, development, metabolism, body temperature and heart rate.
This is our most complete and advanced package we offer to assess the health of your thyroid as well as investigate other potential causes for your symptoms.
Feeling tired at times is a completely normal process that occur for a variety of reasons such as; taking part in strenuous activity throughout the day, during events such as menstruation or the process of your body fighting an infection.
This test is perfect for you if you would like to assess your levels of vitamins and minerals. This package also includes cholesterol and inflammation status meaning our nutrition tracker provides you with a total nutritional profile.
A woman’s reproductive system is maintained and regulated by a variety of hormones. This is an excellent package for women wanting to check whether their levels of key hormones are within a normal, healthy range.
If you are trying to get pregnant, high levels of thyroid specific antibodies in your blood could increase your risk of suffering a miscarriage. This can be the case even if your levels of thyroid hormones (FT3 and FT4) are within the normal range.
These tests look for tumor markers, sometimes called cancer markers, in the blood, urine, or body tissues. Tumor markers are substances made by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to cancer in the body. Some tumor markers are specific to one type of cancer. Others can be found in several types of cancers.
A test that measures the amount of substances called tumor markers in tissue, blood, urine, or other body fluids. Most tumor markers are made by both normal cells and cancer cells, but they are made in higher amounts by cancer cells. These tests look for tumor markers, sometimes called cancer markers, in the blood, urine, or body tissues.
Well Woman Blood Test, covers the essential blood tests to gauge overall well-being including a comprehensive female hormone screen, full blood count, cholesterol check, liver and kidney function analysis, vitamin D and iron levels, and a diabetes screen.
Well Man Blood Test, covers essential blood tests to gauge overall well-being including a full blood count, cholesterol check, liver and kidney function analysis, vitamin D and ferritin levels, and a diabetes screen. It also includes a comprehensive male hormone screen.
Ultimale Performance Blood test, In the realm of sports performance, blood biomarker testing is a window inside the athlete's body. It allows athletes to better understand their nutrition and performance by providing them with information on nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, injury risk, hydration status, muscle status and more.
Vitamin and nutrition blood tests can detect gluten, mineral, iron, calcium and other deficiencies, telling you which vitamins you lack and which you are getting enough of through natural sources. Don't just take supplements, know how much and which ones you should be taking.
The Advanced Essential Blood Test is a comprehensive blood test which analyses key markers for liver and kidney function, cholesterol, diabetes, bone health and inflammation as well as a full blood count which looks at red and white blood cells. It is used as a measure of cardiovascular risk because it gives a good insight into the proportion of your total cholesterol which is "good" (i.e. high-density lipoprotein, HDL). Heart disease risk tools (such as QRisk) use the cholesterol/HDL ratio to calculate your risk of having a heart attack.