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Personalized, data-driven healthcare made easy and effortless. HSA-eligible.

Empowering health-conscious individuals to take ownership of their health

Precision Ignites Motivation
NiaHealth was incredibly effective in providing me with the motivation I needed to take a proactive approach to my health and fitness. The biomarker assessment is a deep dive into health metrics that you wouldn’t have regularly considered, and now I have something tangible to work towards and maintain.
Mariam | 32 years of age, BC
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Life Changing Health Insights
My experience with NiaHealth has been life-changing. The information shared has brought awareness using the latest techniques and providing the information in an easy format with action items specific to my age and bio-marker results. The feedback was very motivating and provided detailed suggestions that will assist with longevity on my personal health journey.
Richard | 53 years of age, AB
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Exceptional Value & Top-Notch Service
NiaHealth was a great experience all around. I looked at many options in the US and Canada and they were the best value, and very thorough. The customer service was top-notch as well. Would recommend.
Mike | 35 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Insightful, Actionable Guidance
I found the report very well organized, with practical advice aligned against facts uncovered in my bloodwork. The debrief with Dr. Saleh provided further insights and reinforced my desire to take action and address the findings.
Sebastien | 44 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Plus Customer
Superior Testing Service
I wholeheartedly recommend NiaHealth without any reservation. In my quest for a Canadian company specializing in biomarker testing, I was delighted to discover one located near me. From the initial blood draw to the concluding meeting with the doctor, every step of the process was handled with professionalism and efficiency.
Deborah | 59 years of age, AB
NiaHealth Plus Customer
In-Depth Health Assessment
Canadians who want ownership of their health journey with a focus on wellness, longevity and disease prevention will appreciate the NiaHealth assessment.  I was impressed with the breadth of the report summarizing my results. There were so many additional markers that provided insightful information about my health. Highly recommend!
Kristina | 55 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Precision Ignites Motivation
NiaHealth was incredibly effective in providing me with the motivation I needed to take a proactive approach to my health and fitness. The biomarker assessment is a deep dive into health metrics that you wouldn’t have regularly considered, and now I have something tangible to work towards and maintain.
Mariam | 32 years of age, BC
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Life Changing Health Insights
My experience with NiaHealth has been life-changing. The information shared has brought awareness using the latest techniques and providing the information in an easy format with action items specific to my age and bio-marker results. The feedback was very motivating and provided detailed suggestions that will assist with longevity on my personal health journey.
Richard | 53 years of age, AB
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Exceptional Value & Top-Notch Service
NiaHealth was a great experience all around. I looked at many options in the US and Canada and they were the best value, and very thorough. The customer service was top-notch as well. Would recommend.
Mike | 35 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Essential Customer
Insightful, Actionable Guidance
I found the report very well organized, with practical advice aligned against facts uncovered in my bloodwork. The debrief with Dr. Saleh provided further insights and reinforced my desire to take action and address the findings.
Sebastien | 44 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Plus Customer
Superior Testing Service
I wholeheartedly recommend NiaHealth without any reservation. In my quest for a Canadian company specializing in biomarker testing, I was delighted to discover one located near me. From the initial blood draw to the concluding meeting with the doctor, every step of the process was handled with professionalism and efficiency.
Deborah | 59 years of age, AB
NiaHealth Plus Customer
In-Depth Health Assessment
Canadians who want ownership of their health journey with a focus on wellness, longevity and disease prevention will appreciate the NiaHealth assessment.  I was impressed with the breadth of the report summarizing my results. There were so many additional markers that provided insightful information about my health. Highly recommend!
Kristina | 55 years of age, ON
NiaHealth Essential Customer

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Take the first step towards a healthier life with personal health insights & recommendations.

Convenient Testing

We offer both in-clinic and at-home blood collections. For an extra fee, a phlebotomist will come to your home or office for a 15-minute blood draw.

Healthspan Analysis

We create a custom health report outlining your future health risks and recommendations to improve your health by analyzing your biomarkers, biometrics, and medical history.

Personalized Care

With our Plus Plan, you can collaborate with a dedicated healthspan-focused clinician to enhance suboptimal biomarkers and help you set and achieve your health goals.

We measure & track up to 50 biomarkers

Lp(a)

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Lipoprotein(a) or Lp(a) is a type of LDL cholesterol molecule with an additional protein called apolipoprotein(a). Elevated levels of Lp(a) in the blood are considered an independent risk factor for heart diseases, such as coronary artery disease and aortic valve stenosis.

ApoB

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Apolipoprotein B100 (ApoB) is a protein that marks problematic cholesterol-carrying particles, such as LDL. Elevated concentrations of these particles indicate a higher risk of artery-clogging events, making it a significant marker for cardiovascular risk.

LDL-c

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Low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDL-c) is a measure of cholesterol content carried by atherogenic particles in the body. While cholesterol is essential for building cells and certain hormones, when deposited in artery walls, it can create inflammation and narrowing of blood vessels thereby increasing the risk of cardiovascular events like heart attacks and strokes.

HDL-c

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High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-c) is the cholesterol concentration found within high-density lipoprotein molecules, which play a vital role in removing cholesterol from the bloodstream. These particles act as a cleaner of blood vessels and are thought to be protective against heart disease.

non-HDL-c

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Non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (non-HDL-c) measures the cholesterol content in all atherogenic particles. It gives insight into the risk of arterial buildup of cholesterol making it an important measure for heart disease risk.

Triglycerides

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Triglycerides are a kind of fat in the blood. High levels, especially in combination with other lipid imbalances, may heighten the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Total Cholesterol

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Triglycerides are a kind of fat in the blood. High levels, especially in combination with other lipid imbalances, may heighten the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Homocysteine

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Homocysteine is an amino acid in the blood. Elevated levels can suggest an increased risk for heart and blood vessel diseases, and even hint at vitamin deficiencies.

hs-CRP

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hs-CRP, or high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, is a marker indicating inflammation in the body. Elevated levels suggest increased inflammation which can be a risk factor for heart disease. Various factors, including infections, injuries, and chronic inflammation, can influence hs-CRP levels.

Uric acid

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Uric acid is produced during the breakdown of purines, substances found in certain foods and drinks. High levels in the blood can lead to conditions like gout or kidney stones. Factors influencing uric acid include diet, kidney function, and certain genetic factors.

Hemoglobin

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Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. Low levels suggest anemia. Iron status, bone marrow health, and hydration can affect hemoglobin values.

RBC

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RBC, or Red Blood Cell count, indicates the number of oxygen-carrying cells. Abnormal counts can suggest anemia or hydration issues. Factors influencing RBC include bone marrow function and overall health.

HCT

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Hematocrit (HCT) shows the portion of blood made of red blood cells. It provides insight into oxygen-carrying capacity. Dehydration, lung health, and bone marrow function can influence HCT values.

MCV

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Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) measures the average size of red blood cells. It is key for classifying types of anemia. Bone marrow function and iron status play roles in MCV levels.

MCHC

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Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) gauges the average concentration of hemoglobin in red blood cells. It is used in anemia diagnosis. Factors affecting MCHC include iron status and bone marrow health.

RDW

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Red blood cell distribution width (RDW) indicates the variation in red blood cell size. It is used to diagnose and classify anemia. Bone marrow function and iron status can influence RDW.

WBC

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WBC, or White Blood Cell count, measures immune cells in the blood. High or low levels can suggest infections or other conditions. Immune function, bone marrow health, and certain diseases can affect WBC values.

Platelets

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Platelets are small blood cells vital for clotting. Abnormal counts can suggest bleeding disorders or certain diseases. Bone marrow function, immune health, and certain conditions can influence platelet counts.

Neutrophils

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Neutrophils are white blood cells crucial for fighting bacterial infections. Abnormal levels can suggest infections, inflammation, or other conditions. Factors include immune responses, certain medications, and bone marrow health.

Lymphocytes

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Lymphocytes play a role in the body's immune response, targeting viruses and cancers. Abnormal counts can indicate viral infections or immune disorders. Immune health, certain diseases, and bone marrow function can influence lymphocyte levels.

Monocytes

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Monocytes are white blood cells that become macrophages, essential for fighting infections. Elevated or reduced levels can hint at chronic inflammation or certain diseases. Factors influencing monocyte counts include immune function and overall health.

Eosinophils

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Eosinophils fight parasites and are involved in allergic reactions. High counts can suggest allergies or parasitic infections. Allergic conditions, certain medications, and immune responses can impact eosinophil levels.

Basophils

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Basophils are involved in allergic responses. Elevated levels are rare but can suggest certain blood disorders. Allergies, immune function, and certain conditions can influence basophil counts.

nRBC

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nRBC, or nucleated Red Blood Cells, are immature RBCs. Presence in the bloodstream can hint at bone marrow stress or diseases. Bone marrow health and certain conditions can impact nRBC presence.

Blasts

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Blasts are immature blood cells. Elevated levels in the bloodstream can be a sign of certain blood cancers. Factors influencing blasts include bone marrow function and specific diseases.

Sodium

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Sodium is an essential mineral responsible for maintaining fluid balance in the body. Abnormal levels, either too high or too low, can indicate dysfunction in numerous bodily systems or medication side effects. Sodium balance is primarily influenced by dietary intake and kidney function.

Potassium

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Potassium is a critical mineral that ensures proper nerve and muscle cell functioning. Imbalances can cause arrhythmias or muscle weakness. The body's potassium levels are largely affected by dietary intake, kidney function, and certain medications.

Creatinine

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Creatinine is a byproduct of muscle metabolism. Elevated levels in the blood can indicate impaired kidney function, as the kidneys are responsible for its filtration and excretion. Factors influencing creatinine include muscle mass, age, and kidney health.

eGFR

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eGFR, or estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate, is a measure of kidney function. A low eGFR indicates that the kidneys may not be filtering the blood effectively. It is calculated using age, sex, creatinine levels, and other factors.

Urea

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Urea is a waste product formed from protein breakdown. Elevated blood urea levels can suggest reduced kidney function, as kidneys play a role in its removal. Dietary protein intake, hydration status, and kidney function can influence urea levels.

ALT

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Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is an enzyme found in the liver. Elevated ALT levels in the blood can indicate liver damage or inflammation. Factors like alcohol consumption, medications, or certain diseases can impact ALT levels.

AST

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Aspartate aminotransferase (AST) is another enzyme originating from the liver and some other organs. Elevated levels can signal liver injury or other tissue damage. Various factors, including liver health, medications, and alcohol, can influence AST values.

ALP

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Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is an enzyme linked to the liver and the bones. High levels can suggest liver disease or bone disorders. Age, bone growth, and liver health are among the factors affecting ALP.

GGT

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Gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) is a liver enzyme. An increase in its levels often points to liver disease or bile duct issues. Alcohol consumption and certain medications can also raise GGT levels.

Total Bilirubin

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Total bilirubin is derived from the breakdown of red blood cells (RBCs). High levels can cause jaundice and suggest liver dysfunction or certain types of anemia. Factors like liver health and rapid RBC breakdown influence bilirubin levels.

Albumin

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Albumin is a significant protein the liver produces. Decreased levels can hint at liver or kidney disorders, or malnutrition. The state of liver function and nutritional status play a role in determining albumin levels.

TSH

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TSH regulates thyroid function. Abnormal levels can suggest a thyroid that is overactive or underactive. TSH levels are influenced by the pituitary gland's response to thyroid hormone levels.

Magnesium

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Magnesium is a mineral vital for muscle, nerve, and enzyme functions. Imbalanced levels can lead to muscle cramps or cardiac issues. Dietary intake, kidney health, and certain medications can affect magnesium levels.

Vitamin B12

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Vitamin B12 is essential for nerve function and DNA formation. Deficiency can result in fatigue and neurological issues. B12 levels are influenced by diet, absorption efficiency, and certain medications.

Ferritin

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Ferritin is a protein that stores iron. Low levels typically indicate iron deficiency, while high levels might suggest inflammation or iron overload. Factors like iron intake, inflammation, and certain conditions can impact ferritin values.

Iron

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Iron is a crucial mineral for producing red blood cells. Imbalances can lead to conditions like anemia or iron overload. Dietary intake, absorption rates, and blood loss influence iron levels.

TIBC

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TIBC measures the blood's capacity to bind iron. Elevated TIBC often indicates iron-deficiency anemia. Factors affecting TIBC include iron status and liver function.

Saturation Index

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The saturation index indicates the percentage of iron-binding sites occupied by iron. It is crucial for diagnosing iron-related disorders. Iron levels and TIBC values determine the saturation index.

Folate

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Folate is a B-vitamin necessary for DNA synthesis. It is especially important to maintain at optimal levels in pregnancy. Dietary intake and absorption rates play roles in folate levels.

A1c

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Hemoglobin A1c, or A1c provides a snapshot of average blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months. It is a key indicator of diabetes management and risk. Factors that can influence A1c levels include blood sugar control, diet, and medication adherence.

Glucose (Fasting)

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Fasting plasma glucose measures blood sugar levels after an overnight fast. It is a primary tool for diagnosing diabetes. Elevated levels can indicate the body's inability to regulate sugar effectively. Diet, pancreatic function, and insulin sensitivity play roles in determining these levels.

Insulin (Fasting)*

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Fasting insulin levels give insight into how much insulin the body is producing when you have not eaten. Elevated levels can suggest insulin resistance, a precursor to diabetes. Factors that influence fasting insulin include diet, activity level, and overall metabolic health.

*Only available for in-clinic draws

Calcium

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Calcium is vital for bone health and muscle function. Imbalances can suggest bone disorders or issues with the parathyroid gland. Factors include dietary intake, vitamin D levels, and kidney function.

Phosphate

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Phosphate is essential for energy production and bone health. Abnormal levels can point to kidney disease or calcium metabolism issues. Dietary intake, kidney health, and parathyroid function influence phosphate levels.

Vitamin D

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Vitamin D helps in calcium absorption and bone health. Low levels can lead to bone loss or other disorders. Sun exposure, diet, and absorption rates can affect vitamin D levels.

Total Testosterone

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Testosterone is a sex hormone that plays a key role in supporting bone health, density and strength as well as libido and sexual function. Testosterone is primarily produced by the testes in males and, to a lesser extent, by the ovaries in females. 98% of testosterone is found bound to carrier proteins (sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG) and to a lesser degree albumin). Between 1-3% is free, unbound testosterone. Total testosterone measures the testosterone that is biologically active (bound to albumin, but not SHBG) along with that which is inactive.

Free Testosterone

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Free testosterone refers to the portion of testosterone in the bloodstream that is not bound to proteins, such as sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) or albumin. This form of testosterone is considered the active form because it can easily enter cells and exert its biological effects. Free testosterone is a crucial factor in various bodily functions, including libido, muscle mass maintenance, bone density, and mood regulation. While total testosterone levels are essential, free testosterone levels provide a more accurate representation of the hormone's availability for cellular uptake, utilization and better correlates with signs and symptoms.

Comprehensive biomarker analysis and personalized insights

Understand and mitigate your health risks with our focused approach.
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Optimized biomarker ranges with simplified insights

Our reports go beyond standard metrics, focusing on longevity with evidence-based optimal ranges. We simplify the complexity of +50 biomarkers by spotlighting the key indicators that deserve your immediate attention, ensuring you focus on what truly matters for your health.

Tailored action plan for healthspan enhancement

Get a concise action plan based on your health assessment and biomarker analysis. We identify key lifestyle adjustments in exercise, sleep, and nutrition for immediate health improvements, all in an easy-to-follow format.
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Coordinated care support

A personalized letter for your primary care physician is included when needed, facilitating integrated care and ensuring your health plan is comprehensive and coordinated.

Pick the plan that fits you best

Step into a future where you lead your health with confidence, armed with the insights to prevent, manage, and excel.

What makes NiaHealth checkups different?

9 out of 10
customers would recommend us to their friends and family
89%
of customers discover a previously unknown health issue or risk with NiaHeatlh
92%
of customers intend to make behavior changes based on NiaHealth recommendations
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Frequently Asked Questions

Coverage & Insurance

Are NiaHealth services covered by my insurance plan?

NiaHealth’s services are not covered under public/government health insurance plans in Canada. However, our service is an HSA-eligible expense (in addition to CRA-eligible medical expense), but it is recommended that you check with your insurer first. 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 or any other supplemental benefits.

Are NiaHealth services HSA-eligible & CRA-eligible medical expenses?

Yes - our service is HSA-eligible and CRA-eligible medical expenses, but it is recommended that you check with your individual insurer if our services can be covered under any of your other supplemental benefits.

Are my results going to be shared with my insurance company?

No - we take data privacy and security very seriously. Your results are for your eyes only and will be handled in keeping with our privacy policy.

Service Differentiation and Information

Why is NiaHealth different than my regular family doctor / primary care provider?
  • NiaHealth includes 3-4x more lab tests than your average annual checkup in Canada. This includes heart, thyroid, metabolic, kidneys, liver, nutrients and more. See a list of all biomarkers we test for here.
  • We also use the most up-to-date, evidence-based reference ranges customized to your healthspan and longevity.
  • Our reports go well beyond your average 15 minute checkup and provide you with a level of insight and actionable recommendations that empowers you to take your health to the next level. See more about our products here.
Which biomarkers are covered in the blood test?

Our Basic offering includes the top 35 biomarkers related to your health and longevity, whereas our Essential and Plus offerings include a more comprehensive panel of 50 biomarkers. See biomarker comparison by plan here. These biomarkers provide insights into your cardiovascular health, liver function, kidney function, blood glucose levels, and various essential vitamins and minerals. Hormonal biomarkers are an add-on and can be selected at checkout. The hormonal biomarker panel is an add-on that can be selected upon checkout for $65 CAD. You can read more about each biomarker here.

Do I need a requisition to order a test?

NiaHealth provides a requisition that you will use so you don’t need to worry about this.

Medication, Treatment, and Logistics

Does NiaHealth prescribe medications?

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.

I have an existing illness or condition. Can you help treat it?

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.

What are my options for getting a blood draw?

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.

Do I need to fast?

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. For more information regarding our blood collection methods, click here.