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At-home Health Test Kits

Our rapid at-home health testing kits offer you the ability to learn more about your health in the convenience and comfort of your own home. Whether you are looking to understand potential symptoms and get peace of mind or if you are interested in monitoring key biomarkers to improve performance, these tests offer a cost-effective alternative to lab testing.

All of our tests have been validated against industry comparable tests or lab equivalents to ensure we continue to offer the best health testing to our valued clients.

Our Health Test Range

The Healthy Stuff range of rapid at-home or in-clinic health tests is continually expanding and includes the very latest and best home testing technology.

Our current tests include Liver Function, Kidney Health, Vitamin D, Iron, Persistent Inflammation, Underactive Thyroid and Prostate Health. Test use either blood or urine samples to quickly and effectively provide you with results that can be used to get peace of mind or give you information to investigate symptoms or a condition further.

 

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What we test for…

Vitamin D Test

25-hydroxy Vitamin D is the main storage form of vitamin D in the human body. The current status of vitamin D levels can be determined by detecting the content of 25-hydroxy Vitamin D.

25-hydroxy Vitamin D level less than 30ng/mL indicates Vitamin D Deficiency or Insufficiency.

The test provides results based on Deficient, Insufficient or Excess. Both Deficient and Insufficient results can then be used to request a secondary test or consult further medical advice.

 

Kidney Health

Creatinine, Protein and Specific Gravity levels are tested using a small urine sample.

 

Liver Function Test

Leukocytes: White Blood Cells produced by the body to help fight infection. Could indicate a UTI or Kidney Infection.
Nitrites: Bacteria that cause urinary tract infections (UTIs) convert nitrates into nitrites. A positive result for nitrites could indicate a UTI.
Urobilinogen: A by-product of the breakdown of Bilirubin. Smaller levels are normal, but larger levels could indicate liver disease.
Protein: High levels of protein in a urine sample can indicate kidney disease.
pH: Checks the acidity or alkalinity of urine.
Blood: A serious UTI/Cystitis can cause blood in urine as well as other issues such as kidney stones or bladder/kidney cancer.
Specific Gravity (S.G.): Higher specific gravity could be signs of a UTI, diabetes or even dehydration. Other issues could be a kidney infection, kidney failure or heart failure.
Ketone: Ketones are produced when the body is not able to extract energy from Glucose and therefore starts to burn off body fat. A high level of ketones could simply be down to dieting, not eating for prolonged periods of time (12-18 hours), or something more serious such as diabetes.
Bilirubin: A by-product of the breakdown of red blood cells. These cells should not be present in the urine and these could indicate liver disease.
Glucose: Not usually found in urine as the kidneys are able to process it and release it back into the body. Glucose in urine can indicate undiagnosed diabetes.

 

Iron Deficiency Test

Ferritin is a blood protein that contains iron. Our home ferritin test helps you understand how much iron your body is storing and if you have iron deficiency.

Ferritin levels less than 30ng/mL indicate an Iron Deficiency or Insufficiency.

The test provides results based on Normal or Abnormal/Deficient basis. Deficient results can then be used to request a secondary test or consult further medical advice.

Underactive Thyroid Test

The thyroid is a gland that produces hormones and releases them into the bloodstream that controls the rate at which the body uses and stores energy from the food we eat, also known as the metabolic rate.

A TSH level higher than 5μIU/mL indicates a higher-than-normal level and the possibility of an underactive thyroid.

The test provides results based on a Positive/Higher or Negative/Normal basis. Positive results can then be used to request a secondary test or consult further medical advice.

Persitent Inflammation Test

Serum amyloid A (SAA) proteins are produced predominantly by the liver and are usually in response to inflammation in the body.

The raised Serum amyloid A (SAA) gives an indicator of inflammation in the body and is especially useful for evaluating disease severity and monitoring disease activity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and secondary amyloidosis.

An SSA level higher than 10μIU/mL indicates a higher than normal level and a positive test.

The test provides results based on a Positive/Higher or Negative/Normal basis. Positive results can then be used to request a secondary test or consult further medical advice.

Prostate Health Test

The prostate antigen (PSA) is secreted by the prostate gland, which is situated in the abdomen under the bladder surrounding part of the urethra and plays an important role in semen production.

The prostate antigen level gives information about the prostate physiological condition. Levels above normal may indicate a range of conditions, including benign hypertrophy, prostatitis or cancer.

A PSA level higher than 4μIU/mL indicates a higher than normal level and the possibility of a health issue.

The test provides results based on a Positive/Higher or Negative/Normal basis. Positive results can then be used to request a secondary test or consult further medical advice.

features & benefits.

  • Testing sample kits ready for use
  • Easy-to-use sample collection
  • Rapid results
  • Free shipping to your address

each kit.

  • Instructions
  • Key/explanation of results
  • Sample collection kit

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