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Test Levels of Three Essential B Vitamins, Which Are Determined By Your Daily Diet

Measure key levels for evaluating heart disease and diabetes risk
Heart Health Test
This at-home lab test is for anyone interested in a more comprehensive look at heart health and preventing heart disease.
$ 99.00 USD
Measures 9 IgE antibodies linked to common food allergies

This test measures your vitamin B6 (PLP), B9 (5-methyltetrahydrofolate), and B12(cyanocobalamin) levels.

Your results will show your vitamin B6, B9, and B12 levels. B vitamins are important for proper function of the nervous system, immune system, and for normal development of red blood cells. Checking your B vitamin levels can help you understand if you're maintaining adequate levels of these important vitamins.
This test looks for IgE antibody reactivity to the following foods:
  • Almond
  • Cow’s milk
  • Egg white
  • Egg yolk
  • Peanut
  • Shrimp
  • Soy
  • Tuna
  • Wheat

This test measures your total cholesterol, HDL, calculated LDL, triglycerides, hs-CRP, and HbA1c levels

Your test results will show you whether you have optimal levels of total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, and triglycerides. Not only does this panel measure your cholesterol and lipids, and it also includes other important biomarkers for evaluating heart disease and diabetes risk. Knowing your numbers and taking steps to optimize your cholesterol and lipids, HbA1c, and hs-CRP levels can help reduce your risk for these conditions.

Total Cholesterol

Cholesterol is necessary to make the cells in our body. We get cholesterol from two sources—our liver makes cholesterol, and we can also get it from eating certain animal-derived foods. Total cholesterol is the total pool of cholesterol in the body, which includes biomarkers explicitly measured like LDL, HDL, and triglycerides, as well as other smaller lipid molecules.

Calculated LDL

Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol is generally considered the "bad cholesterol" as high blood concentrations of this form of cholesterol can result in a lipid disorder, increasing the risk of heart disease. LDL cholesterol can deposit in arteries and lead to a condition known as atherosclerosis. LDL can be calculated mathematically using triglycerides, HDL, and total cholesterol values or measured directly—this test measures calculated LDL; however, The LDL value will not be able to be calculated if the total triglyceride concentration is greater than 400 mg/dL.


HDL, high-density lipoprotein, is considered the "good cholesterol" because it is able to carry cholesterol deposits away from arteries and back to the liver, where it can be broken down and cleared from the body.


Triglycerides are the primary form of fat in the blood. Excessive levels of triglycerides may lead to damage to organs such as the liver and pancreas and may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.


Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), often referred to as A1c, is a measurement of the amount of glucose bound to the heme found in red blood cells. Blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) levels tested as a single measurement can vary significantly throughout the day based on many factors, including a recent meal or physical activity. A HbA1c measurement lets you know how well your blood sugar levels have been controlled over the past 90 days. For this reason, HbA1c testing gives a better representation of average blood sugar levels over time.


hs-CRP, or high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, is a non-specific, acute phase protein that the liver makes in response to inflammation in the body. It may be elevated due to certain chronic illnesses, medications, or recent illnesses. hs-CRP can be used in the clinical setting as part of a broader, comprehensive assessment evaluating heart health.

Do you have certain risk factors for heart disease, such as increased body fat, weight changes, elevated cholesterol, high blood pressure, or personal or family history of heart disease?

High LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides have been linked to an increased risk for a number of diseases, including heart disease, stroke, peripheral artery disease and atherosclerosis, high blood pressure (hypertension), and type 2 diabetes.


  • Elevated Cholesterol
  • Elevated Blood Sugar
  • Elevated Blood Pressure


  • Increased body fat
  • Changes in weight


  • Personal History of Heart Disease or Diabetes
  • Family History of Heart Disease or Diabetes
  • Sedentary lifestyle


    Kidney disease

Everything you need to understand your results

  • Pre-paid shipping both ways
  • All materials for sample collection and shipping back to the lab
  • Detailed directions and an instructional video to guide you
  • Help along the way from our customer care team
  • Digital and printable results
  • Watch a recorded educational session led by a healthcare professional


Results you can understand sent to your device

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Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. We also provide you with additional resources and helpful tips along the way.


View a personalized report of each marker tested as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you.


Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report and watch a recorded educational session to learn more about your test and next steps.

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