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Core Longevity Panel

  • Test Kit

Measure 10 key biomarkers critical to health and longevity, with age-related disease assessment and inflammation analysis, all available with an easy-to-read report delivered within 2 weeks.

Starting at $95

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Healthy you starts at the core

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Heart health

Reveal your overall lipid profile and assess cardiovascular health to help detect risk for heart disease

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Measure inflammation in the body and assess risk for effects on immune health, heart health, and more

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Diabetes and insulin resistance

Detect your likelihood to have and/or develop diabetes and insulin resistance now or in the future

How it works

What good is all the progress made in longevity research if only a select few have access? Not good enough, if you ask us. Our simple and convenient lab-analyzed blood test is here to change that.

How It Works

Order your test

We’ll generate a physician-ordered requisition for you to complete your labs.


Complete blood draw

Schedule your blood draw at a date/time convenient for you. The lab will take care of the rest.


Receive results

Review your digital results within 2 weeks to understand how you can optimize your health.

The future of health data is here

This test measures 10 key biomarkers most likely to impact your longevity—including a few your primary doctor may not routinely screen for. Results reveal core health status to accurately identify areas of improvement, as well as potential risks for leading causes of age-related damage and disease, such as heart disease, diabetes, and more.

Core Longevity Panel test results on mobile screen

A protein found in lipoprotein particles that can damage and clog arteries. The greater the number, the greater the risk of cardiovascular disease and/or heart attack.

Often known as “bad” cholesterol, LDL carries essential cholesterol to cells via the blood. It is a key indicator of heart health, as higher levels can clog arteries and increase risk of heart problems.

Often known as “good” cholesterol, HDL carries cholesterol to the liver to break it down and reduce unnecessary cholesterol from the body. Healthy levels reduce risk of heart disease.

Total Cholesterol
A waxy, fat-like substance found in every cell, this test measures the total amount of cholesterol molecules found in the blood to measure your heart health.

A form of fat and a major source of energy for the body, this test measures the total amount of triglycerides in your blood to help identify risk of cardiovascular disease.

One of the most significant biomarkers of heart disease, LP(a) is a type of LDL particle that causes increased plaque buildup in our arteries, leading to a higher risk of artery wall buildup.

Otherwise known as blood sugar, glucose comes from the foods you eat and drink to fuel the body. Higher levels mean there is too much sugar in the blood, often leading to diabetes or hyperglycemia.

The amount of blood sugar (glucose) attached to hemoglobin, which helps carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Higher levels increase risk of diabetes.

A hormone that helps move blood sugar (glucose) from the bloodstream into cells to keep glucose at the right levels. Higher levels can increase risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and more.

Calculated with fasting glucose and insulin levels, this biomarker reveals how much insulin your body needs to keep blood sugar levels in check. It is often a core indicator of insulin resistance.

A protein that measures general levels of inflammation in your body; it helps identify excess inflammation & can identify risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Core Longevity Panel
$95 / test one-time charge
  • Includes physician order for labs and blood draw

  • Measures 10 key biomarkers

  • Results within 2 weeks

Best Value
Core Longevity Panel + LP(a)
$115 / test one-time charge
  • Includes physician order for labs and blood draw

  • Measures 11 key biomarkers including LP(a), a leading indicator of heart disease

  • Results within 2 weeks

Currently unavailable for patients located in HI, NJ, NY, and RI.


Who should take this test?

If you’re an adult aged 18 or older and interested in identifying your risk for prediabetes, insulin resistance, inflammation, cardiovascular disease and more, this test is for you. Take control with real data backed by science to optimize your health and identify ways you can help slow down the onset of age-related damage and disease.

This test is also a convenient way to track how certain lifestyle changes and other interventions impact your biomarkers (and overall risk factors) over time.

How should I prepare for this test?

You will need to fast (not eat or drink anything besides water) for at least 8 hours before you collect your blood sample. It’s best to try to schedule your blood draw in the morning for your convenience.

Do I need a prescription for this test?

Nope! A prescription is not required. We do provide a physician order for every test in every state (even those that do not require them). You do not need to pay extra for this; it is included with your order.

What is LP(a)?

Short for lipoprotein(a), LP(a) is a unique molecule produced by the liver. It shares similarities with LDL (low-density lipoprotein), which is commonly recognized as “bad cholesterol.” However, what sets LP(a) apart is the addition of an apolipoprotein(a). Our bodies try to clean as much LDL from our bodies as possible, but this additional protein acts like a mask, disguising LP(a) from our cells so they’re harder to clear from our bloodstream. This means LP(a) particles are much more likely to stick around in the blood, get into blood vessel walls, and cause plaque formation, leading to conditions like atherosclerosis.

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Important safety information

The information you learn from the Core Longevity Panel is not designed to independently diagnose, prevent, or treat any condition or disease. This test is intended for research, informational, and educational purposes only, and while information might point to a diagnosis or to a possible treatment, it should always be confirmed and supplemented by additional medical and clinical testing and information. We urge you to seek the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider if you have questions or concerns arising from your test results.

Furthermore, you should not change your health behaviors solely on the basis of information from the Core Longevity Panel. Make sure to discuss your information, and any possible desired changes, with a physician or other healthcare provider before you act.

Note: The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.