Unlock a healthier, longer life with personal health insights and actionable recommendations.
Everything in the Essential Plan, plus a consultation with a longevity-focused physician to deepen your understanding
Our comprehensive panel includes 50 biomarkers related to your health and longevity, including cardiovascular health, liver function, kidney function, blood glucose levels, and various essential vitamins and minerals. You can read about them here.
No - the full set of biomarkers and tailored reference ranges we review go beyond the current standard of what is included in a periodic health examination and are specifically meant to evaluate your health and well-being from a proactive, long-term perspective. We encourage you to think of NiaHealth as complementary to your existing primary care.
No - we do not prescribe medication. However, we do provide, where applicable, suggestions. For interventions (including medications and supplements), we include a note of suggestions that you can discuss with your current medical team. Prescriptions are left to their discretion.
We offer advice to enhance your current health state, emphasizing prevention through exercise, nutrition, sleep, and emotional well-being but not medical management of existing illness. If we discover any incidental health issues, we provide suggestions for discussion with your primary care provider. While our suggestions impact overall health and various chronic conditions, comprehensive medical management of existing illnesses remains the responsibility of your current medical team.
NiaHealth provides a requisition that you will use so you don’t need to worry about this.
Our standard pricing includes a blood draw in the comfort of your home or office via one of our licensed phlebotomists; this visit usually takes no longer than 15 minutes. If you are in Ontario, you can save $100 by going into any one of our partner lab locations.
It is required that you fast for 8-12 hours for most tests. For this reason, we recommend that you plan for a morning test.
NiaHealth’s services are not covered under public/government health insurance plans in Canada. However, our service is considered a CRA-eligible medical expense. You should review the terms of your private health insurance plan or consult with your insurance plan provider to determine if NiaHealth’s service is eligible for reimbursement under your private health insurance plan.