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IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™...
… you’re going to get a step-by-step guide to taking accurate labs at home. You’ll learn how to use home test kits effectively to get high-quality results.
At-home test kits got more popular in the past few years as people wanted to know more about their personal health data. Knowing your data gives you the power to control your own biology.
Some of the biggest value drivers of at-home labs include: Convenience, performance specificity, and being proactive rather than reactive about your symptoms.
Dolce Conde co-founded Knowing Labs to support a growing community of people who want to be proactive about their health.
Knowing Labs offers reliable laboratory testing directly to consumers in the convenience and privacy of their homes. The kinds of test kits available at Knowing Labs include panels for vitamin D, inflammation, sleep & stress, weight & energy, male and female hormones and wellness, and many more.
If you want to use home test kits to find out more about your own data and upgrade your health, here are a few essentials to know:
It’s important to choose a certified lab.
- Knowing Labs is a High Complexity CLIA Certified Laboratory in the State of Texas.
- CLIA means the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments that regulate laboratory testing.
- All Knowing Labs testing is done in-house so they have total control over the quality and performance of the services.
It’s important to understand the type of at-home test kit you have and how to collect accurate samples.
- This could be saliva, blood or urine, depending on the kit you choose.
- For blood samples, this could mean a spot, pipette or home phlebotomist visit.
- Conde talks about some best practices and troubleshooting tips.