Peak Performance Advanced - WOMEN

£149.00

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This test is for those who want to perform to the peak of their abilities - in whatever it is they're doing. We have devices to manage our heart rate, our sleep, our speed, our cadence, our stamina. But very few of us look at the most important driver of our peak performance - our own bodies.

At CheqUp, we believe that if you can measure it, you can manage and improve it. So, our Peak Performance range has been designed to tell you what your body is doing. What's working and, in some cases, what isn't? Don't leave your peak performance to chance.

This Peak Performance Advanced - Women checks your major major biomarkers and hormones for strength, stamina and general health. Read more

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This test is for those who want to perform to the peak of their abilities - in whatever it is they're doing. We have devices to manage our heart rate, our sleep, our speed, our cadence, our stamina. But very few of us look at the most important driver of our peak performance - our own bodies. 

At CheqUp, we believe that if you can measure it, you can manage and improve it. So, our Peak Performance range has been designed to tell you what your body is doing. What's working and, in some cases, what isn't? Don't leave your peak performance to chance.

This Peak Performance Advanced - Women checks all the major biomarkers and hormones for strength, stamina and general health. 

So many of the demands made on our lives require peak performance. Make sure you retain your edge with this test, which checks vital biomarkers to help you monitor your condition. If you aspire to be the best, be health positive and do something about it.

This Peak Performance Advanced – Women test looks at your main biomarkers to help you maximise your peak performance. It builds on the core Peak Performance test and adds Cortisol to measure your stress hormone, Creatine kinase which is needed by your muscles to function properly, and an indicator of heart health (hs-CRP)

  • Adjusted Calcium (1 biomarker)
  • Creatine Kinase (1 biomarker)
  • Cortisol (1 biomarker)
  • Folate - Vitamin B9 (1 biomarker)
  • HbA1C (1 biomarker)
  • Hs-CRP (1 biomarker)
  • Full Iron Profile (5 biomarkers)
  • Liver function test (7 biomarkers)
  • Oestrogen (1 biomarker)
  • Vitamin B12 (1 biomarker)
  • Vitamin D (1 biomarker)

The “Biomarkers” tab gives full information on the importance of each of these biomarkers 

Simple, easy, convenient

Our tests deliver insights, spur actions, and empower happier, healthier lives.

This simple at-home blood test is sent to your door with full instructions on how to complete the test and send it off to our laboratory using the pre-paid envelope and packaging. 

All our blood samples are analysed at leading UK laboratories which are accredited by UKAS to ISO15189 standards reflecting the highest pathology standards. 

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HOW IT WORKS

Step 1

Order online

Use our secure ordering system to select your tests and we'll get them sent out to you the next working day

Step 2

Test at home

Do the test in the privacy of your own home. Send back to our lab for processing using the pre-paid postage label. Sit back and relax

Step 3

Receive your results

Access and review your results using our secure online portal. Get peace of mind or give yourself the power to make informed medical choices

Step 1

Order online

Use our secure ordering system to select your tests and we'll get them sent out to you the next working day

Step 2

Test at home

Do the test in the privacy of your own home. Send back to our lab for processing using the pre-paid postage label. Sit back and relax

Step 3

Receive your results

Access and review your results using our secure online portal. Get peace of mind or give yourself the power to make informed medical choices

WHY CHOOSE CHEQUP

HOW TO TAKE A BLOOD TEST AT HOME

AVOIDING COMMON ISSUES

INSUFFICIENT BLOOD

Warm your hands before you start. Stand up while collecting the blood. Hold your arm down so gravity does its thing. Gently milk your finger

 

DAMAGED BLOOD

Try not to squeeze too hard as it can damage the the blood cells. Use a new lancet on another finger to keep blood flowing naturally

 

BLOOD CLOTTING

Make sure you post your samples close to the time of collection. Avoid hot days and posting before a long holiday weekend

 

We measure our personal best in so many different ways. From looking at Strava for our fitness regimes to how quickly we do the school run or get something done at work – we all look to perform at our peak.

At CheqUp we don’t accept that you just have good days and bad days. Instead, we believe that what’s going on within our bodies plays a big role in how we perform and the best way for you to be at its peak is if your body is at its peak.

The Peak Performance range by CheqUp is designed to help give you the power to always perform at your best – in whatever you do. Our tests will confirm that everything is working perfectly, or they’ll tell you that that something’s not quite right and you should seek additional help.

Either way, you’re in control.
Adjusted Calcium

Also called "corrected calcium", is an estimate of the total calcium concentration in the body


Creatine Kinase

Creatine kinase is a type of protein needed by your muscles to function properly. Levels of creatine kinase can rise after a heart attack, skeletal muscle injury, or strenuous exercise. They can also go up after drinking too much alcohol


Cortisol

Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands. It is often referred to as the ‘’stress hormone’’. It controls many important pathways including how we use fat, sugar and protein in our body, the ‘’fight or flight’’ response and our sleep/wake cycle.


Folate/Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 and folate are part of the B vitamins group. B12 is important for red blood cell and DNA formation, as well as brain and nerve cell development. Folate is also important for red blood cell formation, and crucial in early pregnancy to reduce certain brain and spinal birth defects. It can give an indication of nutritional and/or malabsorption statuses.


HbA1C

The haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) test measures the amount of blood sugar (glucose) attached to your haemoglobin. haemoglobin is the part of your red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body.


Hs-CRP

Heart disease is usually as a result of fatty deposits in the arteries causing narrowing and poor blood supply. This blood test measures markers of inflammation specific to this process and can help to predict an otherwise well person’s cardiac risk.


Full Iron Profile

Iron is a mineral in your body that comes from foods like red meat and fortified cereals or from supplements you take. You need iron to make red blood cells. Iron is also an important part of haemoglobin, a protein in your blood that helps carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. An iron test can show if you have too much or too little of this mineral in your system.

Ferritin - Ferritin is a protein which stores iron. This test indicates if your body's iron stores are low and you have iron deficiency or if you have too much iron. It could also point to liver disease, rheumatoid arthritis, other inflammatory conditions or hyperthyroidism.

Iron Serum - A serum iron test measures how much iron is in your serum. Serum is the liquid that’s left over from your blood when red blood cells and clotting factors have been removed. The test can reveal abnormally low or high blood iron levels. Having too much iron — or not enough — can cause serious health problems.

TIBC - Total Iron Binding Capacity - A total iron-binding capacity test tells you how much transferrin in your blood is binding to iron, which tells you how well iron is functioning in your body.

UIBC - Unsaturated Iron Binding - Unsaturated iron-binding capacity is related to the total iron-binding capacity test and measures how much transferrin is not yet bound to iron.

Transferrin Saturation - Capacity - Your liver makes a protein called transferrin that attaches to, or binds to, iron in your blood. Once iron is bound to transferrin, it goes to your bone marrow to make red blood cells and haemoglobin, a protein that helps carry oxygen.


Liver function test

When the liver is damaged, it releases substances called enzymes into the blood and levels of proteins produced by the liver begin to drop. By measuring the levels of these enzymes and proteins, it's possible to build up a picture of how well the liver is functioning. This can help to diagnose certain liver conditions, including hepatitis, cirrhosis (liver scarring), and alcohol-related liver disease.

Total protein - Your liver is in charge of making most of the proteins that are in your blood. The total protein test measures all the proteins in your blood.

Globulin - This is a group of proteins. Some of them are made by your liver. Others are made by your immune system. They help fight infection and transport nutrients.

Gamma GT - Gamma GT is a common enzyme found in many of your body’s tissues and organs, including your liver. It plays a part in breaking down, changing, and moving proteins and other molecules in your body.

Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) - Your body uses ALT to break down food into energy. Normally, ALT levels in the blood are low. If your liver is damaged, it will release more ALT into your blood and levels will rise.

Albumin - This carries medicines and hormones throughout your body. It also helps with tissue growth and healing

Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) - Alkaline phosphatase is one kind enzyme found in your body. Enzymes are proteins that help chemical reactions happen. If your liver isn’t working properly, the amount of ALP in your blood may be high.

Bilirubin - Bilirubin is a pigment that occurs normally when part of your red blood cells break down. Your liver takes the bilirubin from your blood and changes its chemical make-up so that it can be passed through your body. If your bilirubin levels are higher than normal, it’s a sign that either your red blood cells are breaking down at an unusual rate or that your liver isn’t breaking down waste properly and clearing the bilirubin from your blood.


Oestradial / Oestrogen

This is the main female sex hormone and responsible for female sexual and reproductive development.


Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 and folate are part of the B vitamins group. B12 is important for red blood cell and DNA formation, as well as brain and nerve cell development. Folate is also important for red blood cell formation, and crucial in early pregnancy to reduce certain brain and spinal birth defects. It can give an indication of nutritional and/or malabsorption statuses.


Vitamin D

Vitamin D and Calcium are important for good bone health. The blood test is used to screen for and monitor bone disorders. It can also give an indication of nutritional status, organ damage and other medical conditions.

Blood Test FAQs

If you need more information, please contact us

Why should I take this test?

At CheqUp we think everyone should be health positive. Whether you’re concerned about something specific or just want peace of mind, our tests are easy, fast and convenient so health isn’t something that happens to you, it’s something you control.

Our plans are simple to manage, affordable and tailored to your needs and lifestyle. You take our tests in the comfort and privacy of your own home, at a fraction of the price of most private medicals and without bothering your doctor. Check out any issues or understand how key markers can help guide your decisions and health wellbeing.

All backed-up by our friendly and efficient team. Peace of mind and the highest quality tests.

You’re always in control of your health

How do I take the test?

Taking the test is really straightforward. Just follow the step-by-step instructions which are included in your test kit or watch our short video which explains everything.

Please verify you have all the components required to complete the testing process and if you need further assistance, please contact our customer services team by email at info@chequp.com or through our webchat and we will be happy to help.

How do I register and activate my test?

Registering your test is easy.

Just visit: https://chequp.com/start - create an account and follow the steps to register your test.

You’ll need the 16-digit code on the front of your test box If you already have an account, please log into the account and on the top right corner click the "Activate Test" button.

Will there be enough blood?

If you follow the instructions in our video or in the step-by-step guide included in your kit, you will have enough blood to complete the test.

If you are struggling in collecting enough sample; jogging on the spot and increasing your heart rate will help your blood circulation, always collect from the end of your finger and hold your hand down, you can lightly squeeze your finger in a downwards motion to help with blood flow.

If you have used all three of the lancets and have still failed to collect an adequate sample please contact us via email at info@chequp.com or through our webchat for assistance.

REMEMBER: It is really important that you fill the vials to the required line.

How do I send my test back to you?

It’s really easy and everything you need is included in the kit which will be sent to your door. Please complete your testing as per the instructions included in your test kit, making sure to seal the vial and the box correctly and register all necessary details.

The test sample must be returned in the same box, with the Tracked 24 Royal Mail label provided in order for the laboratory to be able to complete the appropriate testing -please keep a record of your tracking number in case there are any issues with your delivery.

If unsure please refer to the instructions or contact customer service by email at info@chequp.com or through our webchat for assistance.

Where do I get my results?

You will be sent an email when your results are ready.

This email will contain a link to our secure results portal where all your results will be visible. It’s a simple, easy-to-use process and each biomarker contains advice on how to interpret your results.

How long can I keep the samples?

You should do the test as soon as reasonably possible. Don’t worry, nothing in the kit will go off. But we’re sure you’re keen to take control of your health and get the results as quickly as possible

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Peak Performance Advanced - WOMEN

£149.00