Thriva General Health Blood Test


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Thriva General Health Blood Test checks everything from your cholesterol levels to your liver function and vitamin D levels. The general health blood test kit provides health insights, actionable support, and GP advice.
You will get results and recommendations back for: Full cholesterol markers (LDL, Non-HDL Cholesterol, HDL, Cholesterol, Triglyceride, Total Cholesterol/HDL Ratio, Triglyceride/HDL ratio), Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, Alanine, Aminotransferase, Alkaline Phosphatase, Gamma-glutamyl transferase, Billrubin , Vitamin D, Ferritin &B12. Thriva blood tests give you health insights, actionable support, and GP advice. Collecting a blood sample can be daunting to begin with. But don’t worry follow our online sample collection guide, online sample collection guide you will soon get the hang of it. About the test: A general health check gives you a clear picture of what’s going on inside and how to support your body. Check everything from your cholesterol levels to your liver function and vitamin D levels. Gain insights into how you can further optimise your health. Suitable for: Anyone looking to get a comprehensive insight into their health. Those with pre-existing health conditions. Those tracking whether lifestyle or medications changes have improved your levels. Important Information: To submit a sample for testing you must activate your kit by registering for an account on the Thriva website. Please do this as a first step before anything else. If you do not activate your kit as stated, your sample will not be processed and you will not receive any results. This product is for persons over 18 years of age. Report is prepared solely on the basis of your blood sample and the information which you have pr d without access to your full medical records. Whilst tailored to your personal information, the report is generic in nature. This means that you must not rely on the report to diagnose or treat suspected or actual medical conditions; and (ii) you are solely responsible for any actions you do (or do not) take before and after receiving the report, and when you take (or do not take) such actions. We recommend that you always consult an appropriate medical professional for advice on your specific circumstances and situation.