Health is an Ongoing Journey: WellnessFX Loyalty is Back

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We talk often about the importance of regular blood testing. With good reason:

Health is an ongoing journey that requires maintenance and constant assessment.

Where you were a few months ago may not necessarily be where you are today, because lifestyle and habits change over time for a number of reasons, from job change and stress levels to nutrition habits and level of physical activity.

In order to have an accurate picture of where your total health is, we recommend regular re-assessment every 120 days, which is how often your blood cells regenerate.

With a new year approaching, you might be looking to get an accurate picture of your own total health, whether it’s to:

  • Lose weight
  • Improve your athletic performance
  • Gain muscle
  • Improve heart health
  • Get more sleep and improve your mood
  • Just be an overall healthier person in the new year

We’re excited to welcome back the WellnessFX Loyalty Program, as part of our mission to help make health improvement an easy and actionable experience for everyone.

Bringing back the WellnessFX Loyalty Program means you can now receive up to 20 percent off of our most popular diagnostic packages when you purchase them in groups of 2 or 3. (FYI you can still add consultations with our licensed health practitioners; It’s an easy one-click option at checkout).

Loyalty Packages: What’s In It For You?

1. Save some cash.

While some tests can be obtained from your doctor free of charge (this varies widely with insurance coverage), we offer advanced diagnostic tests, like performance hormones, advanced thyroid, and women’s health biomarkers that you may have a hard time ordering through your doctor. Because of our bulk discount, these advanced tests are generally also less expensive than ordering through your doctor – even if you have insurance.

2. Practice being optimally healthy (as opposed to “less sick”).

Don’t wait until you feel sick to take charge of your health. Retesting readies you to take your health into your own hands to maximize longevity before your doctor identifies red flags. WellnessFX exists because we think the healthcare experience can be so much better. Instead of focusing on the all-too-common “sick care,” what about seeking and optimizing health before illness hits? You can proactively check your heart, liver, kidney health and more. WellnessFX also offers a unique model where you have unrestricted access to your data – that means you can share it with whomever you like – your doctor, your nutritionist, or your trainer.

3. It’s HSA/FSA reimbursable.

Did you know that you can use your Health Savings or Flexible Spending account (HSA/FSA) benefits to pay for your WellnessFX lab testing purchases like this one? This allows you to put pre-tax money toward uncovering valuable information about your health in a way that’s meaningful and useful to you – giving you even more control over your health and wallet. You can learn how to do that here.

Focus On What Matters

While having the data is a large piece of the puzzle when it comes to your biomarkers, what you do after receiving the data is crucial, in order to see meaningful change. When it comes to areas of improvement – hormones, blood sugar, and metabolic health – they all play a role in energy levels, sleep quality and quantity, and weight loss goals. If you retest, you’ll be able to see what may be holding you back from feeling your best, and then zero in on improving the individual biomarkers that need attention.

Choose from your favorite diagnostics packages and sign up for all of your 2017 reassessments before January 31, 2017, to receive our multi-package discount. Packages must be redeemed with a year from your purchase date.

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The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.