Quick Tips for Finding Your Existing Blood Test Data

    Here's a common question we hear from people when they're trying to decide which InsideTracker plan to select: "I know I already have blood test results from my doctor and I want to use them, but how do I access them?" Navigating the world of medical records can seem a daunting task at first, but it is actually quite simple.

A Super Simple New Way to Use Blood Test Results from Your Doctor

  Here at InsideTracker, our scientists are always looking for ways to make the platform smarter and easier to use. One feature that users already love is the ability to add existing results from blood tests ordered by their doctor or insurance company, and receive the full value of InsideTracker, just like our DIY panel. That means getting personalized, science-based recommendations for nutrition, supplement, exercise and lifestyle, based on goals and unoptimized biomarkers; all of the good ...

Using InsideTracker as a Business Tool for Your Body with Ken Lubin

Ever since his teenage days competing in ski and cycling races, and then as a college athlete, Ken Lubin has had a drive for physical and mental excellence. This passion, in accommodating a growing career in the financial services executive recruiting industry, as well as increased family demands, has evolved into frequent participation in adventure and multi-sport challenges. “I won some fairly big races, and thought, there’s got to be other guys like me,” who want to perform at their very ...

Understanding Your Blood Test Lab Results

  For many of us, an annual physical includes a routine blood test. While the process of getting blood drawn is relatively straightforward, it can feel like you need a medical degree to understand the results that come back to you from the lab. We are here to help! Below are two of the most common blood test panels (panel just means group of tests) that your physician may order.

Why Women Should Pay Attention To Iron

  Feeling tired, lethargic, or just not at your best? You could be one of the 3.3 million women in the US who have iron-deficiency anemia. In fact, iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiencies in the country! Read more to learn about the signs of iron deficiency and why they are crucial for women to pay attention to.

Impress Your Friends! Learn the Difference Between Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load

  You may have heard of the glycemic index (GI). It’s a measure sometimes used as a way to predict the impact of various foods on your blood sugar. Fewer people are familiar with the more worthy judge of carbohydrate quality: glycemic load. Impress your friends with your nutrition savvy and learn the difference between these two buzzwords!  View this free demo to see how InsideTracker can optimize your health and performance.

Cortisol: How the Stress Hormone Affects You

Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, is a steroid hormone (specifically, a glucocorticoid) produced by the adrenal glands. It is responsible for responding to both physical and emotional stress, and plays a key role in a number of essential physiological functions.

What is the next revolution in consumer diagnostics?

  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 ...
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