Preventive Health Screening

Preventive Health Screening

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Get a comprehensive health checkup from the comfort of your own home. Available in Basic and Extensive panels, the Preventative Health Screening Test gives the user a snapshot of their overall health through measuring biomarkers in key areas that may be causing undiagnosed symptoms or be indicative of other health conditions. These biomarkers are identical to what may be tested at the GP’s office during a checkup. Use the Preventive Health Screening Test as your annual health screening or as a starting point to further investigate certain health concerns.

Test for: blood sugar, cholesterol levels, liver & kidney function, thyroid function and vitamin & mineral levels.

Test method: Finger prick test

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Preventive Health Screening - Homed-IQ

Preventative Health Check

What’s included
  • Cardiovascular Health (Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL & Tryglicerides)
  • Average Blood Sugar (hbA1c)
  • Kidney Function (Creatinine, eGFR)
  • Liver Function (ALAT, GammaGT)
  • Thyroid Function (TSH)
  • Vitamin Levels (Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Folic acid)
  • Mineral Levels (Ferritin)


10 Biomarkers


15 Biomarkers

About the test

What is the Preventive Health Screening Test?

This test comes in two forms, depending on how much information you’d like to gain on your health. The Basic Preventive Health Screening Test measures your blood sugar, cholesterol and lipid levels, and kidney & liver function. The Extensive Preventive Health Screening Test measures blood sugar, cholesterol and lipid levels, kidney & liver function, thyroid function, key vitamin levels (Folic Acid, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12), and iron (ferritin) levels. The test is a finger prick test that you can easily take from home. Your sample will then be examined by a certified laboratory and you will receive the results within a matter of days. It couldn’t be easier!

What’s in the test?

Homed-IQ’s Preventive Health Screening Test comes with everything you need to take a blood sample from home. Simply activate your test and follow the detailed instructions included in your kit to prepare your sample, then mail it to our laboratory using the prepaid shipping label. Results will be available within days.

As the Preventive Health Screening includes several different blood tests, two blood samples are required.

Your kit contains the following (can use the images from the test manuals):

  • 3 x lancets
  • 2x blood collection tubes (1x Serum tube, 1x EDTA tube)
  • 4x alcohol wipes
  • 2x band aids
  • 2x alcohol-free disinfecting wipes
  • 1x return envelope
  • 1x protective bag with absorbent material


What can the results of the Preventive Health Screening test tell you?

Your results will give you information about your risk of lifestyle-related disease as well as vitamin and mineral markers related to immunity and bone health. You will receive a detailed report with your test results and what steps you can take to improve your overall health status. We also have medical support staff available to answer your health-related questions.

How can I collect my own sample for the Preventive Health Screening Test?

This is a finger prick test that allows you to collect your sample from home. In order for the laboratory to have sufficient sample material to analyze, you will be asked to fill two microtainers with blood.

What is the difference between the Basic and Extensive Preventive Health Screening Tests?

The Basic Preventive Health Screening Test provides a useful overview of important biomarkers related to overall health, in the areas of blood sugar, cholesterol and liver and kidney function. For those that want to learn even more about their health, the Extensive PreventiveHealth Screening Test provides the most comprehensive look with the addition of key vitamin levels, thyroid function and iron.

Summary of Biomarkers & Results

1. Blood Sugar

This test result gives an indication of your average blood sugar level over the past three months. HbA1C measures the percentage of blood sugar attached to hemoglobin, the blood protein that carries oxygen. The higher the percentage, the higher your blood sugar.

2. Cholesterol and Lipids

Cholesterol is produced in the liver and is found in every cell of the body. The body uses cholesterol as a building block for cells and hormones and for the production of bile. There are two types of cholesterol: one in the form of HDL (high-density cholesterol) and LDL (low-density cholesterol). HDL is also referred to as the ‘good’ cholesterol and LDL is known as the ‘bad’ cholesterol. 

High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) is also known as the “good” cholesterol because it transports excess bad cholesterol to your liver to clear it. Higher HDL levels are associated with a lower risk of heart attack and stroke. Lifestyle changes such as increasing exercise, quitting smoking, and improving one’s diet have been seen to increase HDL.

Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) transports cholesterol throughout the body, creating the risk that cholesterol builds up in the arteries and can cause cardiovascular disease. Elevated LDL can indicate an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

HDL % of total cholesterol
The percentage of total cholesterol refers to the amount of HDL (= “good” cholesterol) in the body that can fight the LDL (= “bad” cholesterol). The higher the percentage of total cholesterol is HDL, the better.

Triglycerides are the most common types of fats in the body. Excess calories, alcohol and sugars are converted into triglycerides and stored in the body as fat. An elevated triglyceride level increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.

3. Liver Function

Your liver is an organ with many important functions. Some of its functions are that it removes wastes and toxins from your blood, produces bile which aids in food digestion, produces cholesterol and other fat-carrying proteins for the rest of the body, processes hemoglobin, regulates blood clotting, and converts excess glucose to glycogen for storage.

Alanine aminotransferase (ALAT) are enzymes found primarily in the liver. Generally, ALAT levels in the blood are low. However, damage to the liver can cause these enzymes to leak from the liver into the bloodstream, elevating blood liver enzyme levels. The same is true for GammaGT. High levels of GammaGT in the blood can be a sign of liver or bile duct damage.

GammaGT (GGT)
Gamma-glutamyltransferase (Gamma-GT or GGT) is an enzyme made in the liver that helps convert and digest substances that enter the body through food and drink. Normally the concentration of GGT in the blood is very low but can become elevated when the liver is overloaded. This happens when the liver must process a high quantity of certain substances in a short period of time, for example with excessive use of certain medications or alcohol. GGT values will also rise when the bile ducts are blocked, with gallbladder problems, or as a result of liver damage. 

Creatinine & eGFR
A creatinine test can indicate how well the kidneys are functioning. The kidneys are organs that filter waste products from the blood. Creatinine is a waste product from the muscles. All waste products are stored in the bladder until you excrete them. If you have an elevated creatinine level, this may be a sign that the kidneys are damaged or not functioning properly. An elevated creatinine level can be caused by inflammation of the kidneys, a kidney-related bacterial infection, an enlargement of the prostate, or kidney stones. Diabetes, dehydration, or excessive use of medication can also be a cause.

A low creatinine value is usually not alarming and is usually caused by a decrease in muscle mass which often comes with age. The eGFR provides information about the kidney’s ability to purify the blood and remove waste products through urine.

4. Thyroid Function

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) is produced in the pituitary gland in the brain. TSH regulates the production of hormones T3 and T4 by the thyroid gland. Either too much or too little TSH can indicate problems with the thyroid, such as hyper or hypothyroidism. 

5. Vitamin Levels

This test measures the Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, and Folic Acid levels in your blood. Based on the test result, it can be determined whether there are abnormal levels of one of the above vitamins. This can indicate that changes in diet or supplements are needed.

6. Iron

Ferritin is a protein that stores iron in your body. The amount of ferritin in your blood indicates the amount of iron in your body. A low ferritin value can indicate anemia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Preventive health screening tests can help to lower certain health risks before they develop into disease, or indicate health issues before symptoms become apparent. This can improve the chances of treatment and cure. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the leading causes of poor health and death in Western-Europe are preventable or can be delayed by early treatment and intervention (Source).

While opinions vary, routine physical exams are generally recommended once a year if you’re over the age of 50, and once every 3 years if you’re younger than 50 and in good health. If you have a chronic disease or other ongoing health issues, you should see your doctor more often, no matter how old you are.

Early detection and treatment of potential illnesses will help you maintain a healthy mind, body and quality of life.

The results of this blood test in combination with your response to the health questionnaire can be used in discussions with your healthcare provider about potential health problems you may be experiencing that need further testing or investigation. You will also receive a detailed report of the test results with recommendations from our medical team on next steps.

Homed-IQ uses only scientifically validated tests with the highest accuracy. Our tests are specifically validated for at-home use and are of equal accuracy to a test performed in the doctor’s office.

Yes! Performing a home blood test with Homed-IQ is fast and easy. Your kit comes with detailed instructions on how to best collect your sample.

After you collect your blood sample, simply place it in the protective envelope and use the prepaid shipping label to send it to one of our partner labs. Your sample will be analyzed by our laboratory and the test result will be sent directly to your online account.

This test checks for biomarkers that are present in the blood. This means that a blood test is the only way to perform this test. Luckily, only a small quantity of blood collected via a finger prick is required, unlike tests taken at the doctor’s office which often require a blood draw from the vein.

Please check directly with your insurer whether home health tests are covered. Certain insurance companies do cover general health checks/preventive screening. 

Homed-IQ can provide itemized receipts for tests you order – which you can then submit to your insurance for reimbursement.

Our receipts include:

  • Purchaser’s name, email, and address
  • Date of purchase (as opposed to date of service)
  • Amount paid (after any discounts or promotions)

Yes! Homed-IQ is happy to offer large scale testing solutions for your employees. We can offer tailor-made testing solutions for both large and small scale companies. Please contact us to receive more information or to discuss options and pricing.

Yes! Homed-IQ offers a range of targeted health tests that offer a more in-depth look at certain health issues. Click here to view our full testing portfolio.

No, this test does not check for food sensitivities or intolerances. To order a Homed-IQ Celiac Test, please click here.


How It Works

Order Your Test

Once you have placed your order, your test-kit will be delivered within days (in discreet packaging).

Activate & Mail Your Sample

After online activation of your test-kit, you can collect and mail your sample within minutes.

View Results

A certified laboratory will review your sample, test results will be available within days.

How It Works

Order Your Test

Once you have placed your order, your test-kit will be delivered within days (in discreet packaging).

Activate & Collect Your Sample

After online activation of your test-kit, you can collect and mail your sample within minutes.

View Results

A certified laboratory will review your sample, test results will be available within days.

We only work with the best certified laboratories

All laboratories we work with are ISO 15189 certified, which is the highest possible medical certification in Europe.

Private & Confidential

Order your test online from the privacy of your home. The test kit will arrive in discreet packaging, so no one will know what you ordered. Homediq ensures that you can test at your own terms, and your results will always remain confidential and secure!