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Updated Online Class Timetable May 15 20

1 CLASS CREDIT

This package gives you 1 credit to  book 1 online exercise class.  

4 CLASS CREDITS

This package gives you 4 credits to  book 4 online exercise classes.  

UNLIMITED CLASS CREDITS

This package gives you unlimited credits to  book unlimited online exercise classes.  

The Baseline Health Check is a great way to get a snapshot of your overall health and wellbeing. It's an at-home blood test that provides insights into some of the most essential health markers including bone health, heart function, liver function, and energy levels.

 

Biomarkers included: 

  • Active B12
  • Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT)
  • Albumin
  • Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)
  • Corrected Calcium 
  • Creatine Kinase
  • Ferritin
  • Gamma GT
  • Globulin
  • Haemoglobin
  • HbA1c
  • HDL
  • HDL Ratio
  • hs-CRP
  • LDL
  • Magnesium (serum)
  • Oestradiol (Oestrogen)
  • Red Blood Cell Count (RBC)
  • Testosterone (total)
  • Total Cholesterol 
  • Total Protein 
  • Triglycerides 
  • Uric Acid 
  • Vitamin D (25 OH)
  • White Blood Cell Count (WBC)

Baseline Health Check (Home Finger Prick)

£115.00Price
  • Active B12 - Vitamin B12 plays an important role in forming healthy red blood cells, which helps keep your immune system strong. It also helps to regulate your mood and gives you energy. A deficiency can therefore lead to low mood and fatigue. 
  • Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) - ALT is an enzyme found in the liver that helps to break down fats and proteins. ALT also helps to break down alcohol, so it can be raised due to excess alcohol consumption. Consistently raised levels can be a sign of liver damage. 
  • Albumin - Albumin is a protein made in your liver and is directly associated with both liver function and nutritional health. Albumin also has a key role to play in the transportation of calcium, so is an important health marker for your bone health too. 
  • Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) - ALP is an enzyme produced in your liver and is responsible for liver function and breaking down bone. Raised ALP is therefore associated with problems with your liver or bone. ALP can be affected by your diet and lifestyle choices such as smoking and drinking. You can keep your ALP in the healthy range by eating healthily and exercising regularly. 
  • Corrected Calcium - Did you know there is more calcium in the body than any other mineral? 99% of calcium is stored in your bones so it is essential for maintaining strong bones and teeth. As your body can't produce calcium, you must take in enough by eating foods such as oily fish, dairy products and fortified cereals. 
  • Creatine Kinase - Creatine Kinase is an enzyme found mainly in your skeletal system as well as your heart and brain. As it plays an important role in muscle contraction, this health marker is used as an indicator of muscle damage. 
  • Ferritin - Ferritin is a protein that is responsible for storing iron and helps to keep the amount of iron in your body balanced. It is essential for the formation of healthy red blood cells and is also involved in immune function and energy production. Low levels of ferritin can cause both fatigue and mood disorders. 
  • Gamma GT - Gamma GT (GGT) is an enzyme mainly found in your liver. A GGT test is therefore useful in detecting injury to the liver or associated bile ducts. Drinking too much will raise your GGT levels. 
  • Globulin - Globulins are a family of over 60 proteins made by both your liver and your immune system. These proteins are essential for good health and levels can rise in response to infections and disease. 
  • Haemoglobin - Haemoglobin is a protein found in your blood that transports oxygen to cells throughout your body. If your haemoglobin is low this can indicate anaemia which causes symptoms such as fatigue and weakness. Low haemoglobin caused by iron deficiency can also lower your body's natural defense system. 
  • HBA1C - HbA1c indicates the average concentration of glucose levels in your blood over the last 2-3 months. It is the gold standard test for checking your risk of pre-diabetes as well as the management of type-2 diabetes. 
  • HDL - HDL or high-density lipoprotein is known as the 'good' type of cholesterol as it acts like a scavenger by removing excess cholesterol from your arteries. High levels of HDL are therefore good as it lowers your risk of developing heart disease. 
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