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Body Composition Scale

The body composition scale provides a detailed body composition analysis – weight, body fat percentage, and body mass index.

Body Water Percentage

Water is found in every cell of your body and water plays an important role in all its vital processes.  Being properly hydrated will help you:

  • Enhance digestion and metabolism
  • Carry nutrients, oxygen, enzymes, and glucose to the cells
  • Remove toxins and other metabolic waste from the body
  • Cushion joints and strengthen muscles
  • Provide natural moisture to skin and other tissues
  • Boost brain function

Cardiovascular Fitness (VO2)

A scientific measurement of the oxygen consumed during exercise – a major predictor of longevity. This provides an understanding of how an individual can exercise in shorter time frames, but with greater impact.


An ECG translates the heart’s electrical activity into line tracings on paper. An ECG is done to check the heart’s electrical activity and to assist in identifying patterns consistent with elevated risk for sudden cardiac death.

Genetic Tests: Disease and Health Risks

These empower an individual to undertake a proactive lifestyle that mitigates their specific risks for common chronic conditions.

Genetic Tests: Exercise

Understand how your body responds to different types of exercise such as endurance training, or strength training and the potential for specific types of sports injuries.

Genetic Tests: Nutrition

Illustrates the genetic basis of an individual’s metabolism, eating habits, and propensity for vitamin deficiencies. This provides a blueprint for an individual’s nutritional needs.

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

A scientific measurement to pinpoint the exact number of calories you burn daily.

Visceral Fat

Visceral fat is the fat in the abdominal cavity (stomach), surrounding the vital organs. If you have a higher body fat percentage than you anticipated it may be the amount of visceral fat you are carrying. Visceral fat has been shown to create a 95% higher rate of mortality than weight in other areas. Visceral fat is a major driver of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

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