- Total cholesterol
Polite Notice: Due to potential delays over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, we recommend that you do not collect or post any samples from Monday 30th May until Sunday 6th June inclusive.
A combined test profile checks your cardiovascular risk and includes test for:
Our tests for diabetes and total cholesterol will help give you a better understanding of your cardiovascular risk and what steps could be taken to help lower your risk.
Health conditions that affect our heart and blood vessels are known as cardiovascular disease. These conditions can lead to serious problems including angina (chest pain), heart attack, stroke and vascular dementia.
There are a range of factors that can affect our risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Two of the major risk factors are the amount of cholesterol and sugar (glucose) in our blood.
High levels of cholesterol can cause narrowing of blood vessels, increasing our risk of cardiovascular disease. High blood sugar (glucose) can indicate that you may have diabetes or be at high risk of diabetes. The high sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels and this can make cardiovascular disease more likely to occur.
Importantly, it is possible to lower the amount of cholesterol and sugar in our blood, and this can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
All tests are confidential, and designed simply to help you self diagnose.
All tests are designed to be able to be carried out in the comfort of your own home, simply follow the package instructions.
For the best results all tests should be returned in the pre-paid package provided as soon as they are carried out.
We will contact you by your chosen method to let you know your results are ready (typically 24-48 hours following receipt of the sample). You will then be able to log into your personal dashboard and view your results.
Designed by clinicians to enable you to clearly and safely interpret your results with different charts and views to help you monitor and aid self-improvement.
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