Your health is the most valuable asset

We provide insight into your health to detect changes as early as possible

Your health is the most valuable asset

What are biomarkers?

Cholesterol, hormones, vitamins and electrolytes are some examples of blood biomakers, which are objective measures of your health.
Biomarker Vitamin D
Biomarker Creatinine
Biomarker Triglycerides
Biomarker Magnesium
Biomarker Iron
Biomarker Leukocytes

Track your progress through multiple blood analyses per year

We recommend regular blood testing if you want to optimize your health and performance. Your blood levels are a good indicator of your progress as they are influenced by numerous lifestyle factors.

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Diet

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Supplements & vitamins

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Exercise

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Sleep

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Stress

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Alcohol and tobacco consumption

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We recommend at least 2 blood analyses per year for an optimal tracking

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13%

of the Swiss population have high cholesterol levels.

The most important risk factors of cardiovascular diseases that can be influenced include high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol levels.

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4%

of the Swiss population are affected by diabetes

Type 2 diabetes (insulin resistance) can run asymptomatically for a long time. Preventive blood analysis therefore plays an important role.

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15%

of all women of menstrual age in Europe have an iron deficiency

Iron deficiency can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, residual leg syndrome, depression, sleep disturbances, headaches and dizziness.

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60%

of the Swiss population suffer from a vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, exhaustion, fatigue mood swings, increased susceptibility to infections and hair loss.

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