See Your Future: Our New Biomarker Graph is Predictive

By Margie Ploch Nov 18, 2016

How do you feel when you’re waiting for your latest set of InsideTracker results? We like to think of it as a big, shiny gift waiting to be unwrapped. If it’s your first InsideTracker analysis, you’re probably thinking about the here and now: “Where do I stand? Are any of my biomarkers too high, too low?” If it’s your second, or third, or seventh InsideTracker test, you’re probably hoping that your present results have improved since the last one. Of course, everyone who uses InsideTracker is hoping to make changes in the present that will improve their future.

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Lessons from the World Cup: From the Pitch to the Boardroom

By Gil Blander, PhD Jul 30, 2014

 

The World Cup illustrated yet again that a small moment in time can mean the difference between winning and losing. Many elite athletes are using physiological data about their sleep, heart rate variability, and blood biomarkers to get the advantage. Like professional athletes, business executives face constant travel, high stake pressure, and extreme competition — all stressors that can create strain and breakdown to their bodies. As a result, many entrepreneurs and corporate leaders are now monitoring fatigue and well-being with the same services and devices one would see with national and professional sport teams. These corporate athletes have recognized the power of physiological data in helping them gain the advantage in their field.

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Your Optimal Zones...New and Improved

By Gil Blander, PhD Feb 05, 2014

 

My lifetime goal is to help humankind to live longer, delay the onset of age-related disease, and improve quality of life. Very early in my professional career, I learned that to do that we need to know what is happening inside our bodies. The best indicator for that is blood analysis, as it reflects the current status of our organs and body systems.

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Biomarkers: Going Beyond “Normal”

By Margie Ploch Sep 18, 2013

 

Do you have an annual blood test at your doctor’s office? If you do, then you’re probably used to getting a follow-up postcard in the mail that says your blood test was “normal.” You may not know which blood tests your doctor ordered, let alone what your results actually were.

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What is the next revolution in consumer diagnostics?

By Perrin Braun Jun 02, 2013

 

We lead demanding lives! Work, exercise, and family obligations can keep even the most proficient time managers on their toes, leaving them little time for taking care of themselves. If you want to feel better, and want to know whether there are any biochemical issues that affect your wellness and performance, the best thing to do is to test your blood. But we are busy and may feel we don’t have time go to the lab to get tested.  InsideTracker is now offering an exciting new option that makes blood analysis extremely easy – the InsideTracker Home Kit.

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How is your taking care of your body like maintaining your car?

By Perrin Braun Nov 28, 2012

 

To keep your car running well and to extend its life, you take it to your mechanic every 5,000 miles or so. With the assistance of computer diagnostics, your mechanic checks the engine, brakes, and other systems. The diagnostics software tells your mechanic which parts need to be fixed or replaced. After maintenance, the car should run pretty well until the next scheduled check-up. But, if you skip the regular oil change, the oil will become thick and dirty, and eventually the engine will seize.

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