Isolated data points can’t tell you much about your wellness—but connections can. That’s why we take an integrative look at your body’s many sophisticated systems, from genetics to inflammatory markers, and bring this knowledge together in one place.
Think of it this way. Genes are clues. Your bloodwork is the evidence. You and your coach? Detectives.
Your annual physical might look at a handful. We test over 40. This includes standards, like cholesterol and glucose, but also markers that may not be tested by your doctor unless you have symptoms of a clear problem.
The more we know, the more tailored recommendations we can give.
Look for early warning signs and make adjustments to your diet and lifestyle.
Chronic inflammation is harmful to many areas of your wellness. Check your levels.
Electrolytes are vital to your nervous system. Are yours in range?
Vitamins and Minerals
Are you taking supplements you don’t need? Check common and rare deficiencies.
Kidney and Liver Function
We don’t overlook the basics. These standard markers help us flag problems.
Essential Fatty Acids
Your balance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats is important for heart health and inflammation.
Bloodwork shows what’s happening in your body. Genes provide context. And for you and your coach, they’re clues for what actions will work best for your body. So, let’s meet them.
Using hundreds of genetic variants, we calculate your predisposition for obesity, weight gain with aging, and high waist circumference.
Exercise injuries aren’t just bad luck. Discover your predisposition for ACL rupture, tendon and ligament injuries, fractures, and achilles tendinopathy.
Are you predisposed to chronic inflammation? Along with your bloodwork, use this knowledge to make changes to your diet.
Each body digests nutrients differently, and knowing how yours works is a key step to addressing nutritional deficiencies.
Harmful toxins lurk in everything from our cleaning products to food. How well does your body eliminate them?
We check your blood for warning signs. Now, let’s look at the genes in play.
Your LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglycerides are impacted by hundreds of genes. With this knowledge, you can be proactive—not just reactive.
Is your body primed to digest lactose? Could caffeine or salt impact your blood pressure? Let’s check.
What diet will work best for your body? How much do you need to exercise? Find clues in your genes.
Periodontal disease causes tooth decay, it’s associated with diabetes and heart disease, and yes, it’s influenced by your genes.
A crucial piece of the puzzle.
From your dashboard, you can self-report your weight, waist circumference, exercise habits, and even sync a Fitbit to add heart rate, sleep, and activity data.
Not everything is a number.
We need to know about you. You’ll also tell us about your happiness, stress, digestion, sleep, energy, and how you feel about your health.
Turn data into action.
Science draws the dots. You need someone to help you connect them. Enter, your Arivale Coach.
So, let’s optimize it. Join our community for the latest recommendations from our team of scientists and nutritionists. We can’t wait to meet you.
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In general, the Arivale blood panel is more comprehensive than what you might get at your doctor’s office. While our panel does include some labs that your physician usually measures—such as cholesterol, blood glucose, blood counts, and clinical chemistry panels—it also includes a lot of independent labs that typically are not measured by physicians.
For example, we measure several blood markers of nutritional status—such as minerals, vitamins and fatty acids in the blood—that aren’t generally measured unless someone has symptoms of a disease or overt nutritional deficiency. Even in areas that might be covered by a conventional physical such as diabetes risk, we look at a few rarely tested markers. The blood measurements become even more valuable as they are integrated with your genetic report.
We look at actionable genetic variants related to wellness. That is, we examine behavioral and lifestyle-related genes—namely those that impact heart health, diabetes risk, inflammation, optimal nutrition, healthy aging, and stress. Your coaching calls will be tailored for you to highlight some key behavioral changes based on the genetic findings to optimize health and wellbeing.
If you continue with membership, you’ll also consistently receive new genetic insights from our research team, based on the latest research and discoveries.
Your security is our top priority, and we have a team dedicated to maintaining the safety of your data. Your data is encrypted in transit and in storage, and we have security controls at multiple levels within our cloud-hosted infrastructure. Furthermore, we perform regular security testing with external partners.
Read more about the security and privacy of your data here.
You and your coach. Your data is hosted on a secure dashboard for you and your coach to review. In addition, you can consent to share your de-identified data (meaning all personal identifying information is removed) with our internal research team. They look at your data in aggregate with all customer data, not in isolation. You can also consent to add your de-identified data to a database for external research.
You must complete your blood draw at an approved external partner laboratory. You can look for your closest location and schedule an appointment on your Arivale Dashboard or by calling Concierge at 206-981-5834.