Amy is a visual learner. She likes her data in graphs, her information visually represented, and her progress seen rather than spoken. This 26-year-old wife and health nut keeps her own blog about her adventures with her husband, dancing in the kitchen, and that constant battle to lead a sustainable lifestyle in an unhealthy world.
Amy is one of the many new members who has benefitted from our new Annual Checkup. She was so ecstatic about her experience that she wrote a thorough review, shared her biomarkers, and looked towards the future. You can read about her full results here.
Have you tried out Annual Checkup? Did you know it’s FREE? Did you know you can walk into your local blood-draw facility today and have your results on an extremely intuitive platform before the end of the week?
Annual Checkup is like an introductory course to the WellnessFX lifestyle. You’ll be able to see how little effort it takes to get meaningful insight into your personal biology. You’ll be able to access your data any time, any place, without having to request a print-out from your doctor. And you’ll be a part of a thriving community dedicated to wellness.
With e-Checkup, you can expect to:
Take control of your health with our FREE Annual Checkup diagnostics.
Measure 25+ biomarkers covering cholesterol, blood counts, organ function, thyroid and more!
Get precise measurements of your strength, energy, and physical efficiency
Receive notification from a doctor about any critical values.
Access and own your data, 24/7 via web or mobile device. You own your data and decide what to do with your numbers.
Skip appointments, waiting rooms, referrals, and co-pays! Users are usually in and out within 15 minutes
But what do our members actually have to say? Is it worth it? Does it have any real world applications?
WellnessFX Annual Checkup has landed and sure has made a big splash! Our new service (FREE for a limited time) lets you take control of your health by accessing and owning your data.
But what is the experience really like? Sure, it’s free, getting your blood drawn is quick and easy, and you’ll be able to access your health data from the palm of your hand, but is it worth your time?
We say YES. But, of course, do you expect us to suggest any differently? The best way to tell if WellnessFX is for you is through customer experience and word of mouth. We continually bring you these member stories right here on our blog. We encourage you to assess the data for yourself. It’ll be practice for when you get your blood results back!
Blogger. Novelist. Student doctor. Husband. Health freak. Nature-lover. That’s me.
You might not think you know me, but unless you’re new to the blog (which is great: welcome!), we’ve met before. I’ve been writing for WellnessFX since last August and have brought you testimonials, health news, exciting updates, and button-preserving recipes to get you through the holidays alive. So, yeah – we’ve met.
I’ve long been interested in health, fitness, and writing and I landed the perfect opportunity of contributing to the WellnessFX’s media team shortly after sending off my applications for medical school. I’ll be attending the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in the fall. I’m truly excited about taking what I’ve learned about preventive medicine during my time with WellnessFX and applying it in my professional career.
Now that we’ve been formerly introduced, I have a story to share. It’s time for my draw. This is the WellnessFX experience. Uncensored and uncut.
You might wrinkle your nose at the idea of doing yoga. Or maybe you’re doing yoga while you’re reading this. The point is, you probably have preconceived notions on the activity. Some people never try it, and other people live by it. Despite your experiences thus far, yoga’s stress-relieving properties deserve your attention. Science says so.
For those of you who only know yoga from passing a class at the gym or laughing at a spoof in a comedy, it might seem that twisting your body in such positions would be the opposite of stress-relieving. While some of the movements can be a little uncomfortable at first (okay, very uncomfortable), over time yoga becomes more about letting the mind roam free and less about struggling to hold hard poses.
Last week we brought you the first of four episodes from Tim Ferriss’ phenomenal Building the Perfect Human fireside chat. Part One focused on turning back the clock on aging, tracking the human body, and how medicine will evolve in the next 20 years.
This week’s episode continues the conversation. In classic fireside-style, our CEO Jim Kean, best-selling author Tim Ferriss, and Dr. Justin Mager go on wonderful tangents and side-stories but hold on to the central theme throughout: personalized peak performance.
Specifically, tune in this week to learn about: calorie restriction, antioxidant cycling, food allergies, using whole foods to heal, the master regulatory gene, mitochondria and microbiome, and performance enhancement for the future.