Looking to measure and improve your overall wellbeing? Our wellbeing health checks give you insight into your body’s key biomarkers.
Track & learn how to improve 16 of the most essential health markers that play a vital role in your wellbeing.
Measure & track 20 key biomarkers including energy, fat, sugar, stress, inflammation and bone health.
Check your liver function at home with our home liver function test kit. Simply carry out the finger prick test at home, post it to our lab and you’ll have your results online in a matter of days.
Check the level of inflammation in your body which is a known risk-factor for heart disease.
With over 45 biomarkers, this health check empowers you to gain a deep understanding about your inside health.
Our most advanced health check which analyses over 50 biomarkers. For those who want a deep understanding of their health.
If you are a vegan, looking to improve your diet or training for your first half marathon then our diet and fitness profiles are designed to give you the clear insight you need.
Is your diet supplying you with all the micronutrients your body needs? This nutrition test will identify any deficiencies.
Check your body's key micronutrients essential to the body's core functions and good health.
If you are following a vegan or plant-based diet, check your body is not lacking in vital nutrients.
For those who enjoy keeping fit and want to optimise performance and check the impact their training is having on their health.
Check if you are amongst 50% of the population who are vitamin D deficient. This vitamin plays a vital role in wellbeing including, strong bones, immunity and energy.
Do you have too much saturated fat in your diet? Check your omega ratios to reduce the risk of inflammation and help protect your body against heart disease.
Do you have too much sugar in your diet? Keep your blood glucose levels in check by measuring your body's average glucose level and reduce your risk of diabetes.
Are you feeling fatigued? Check your diet is supplying your body with enough iron, which is essential for red cell formation. Ferritin (stored iron) is the recommended marker to test for iron deficiency.
Check your cholesterol levels and LDL (bad cholesterol) HDL (good cholesterol) from your home with our lab analysed cholesterol blood test. Great for those on a weight loss programme or those who need to monitor cholesterol levels more accurately.
Feeling tired and weak? Check your vitamin B12 levels with our home blood test kit. A lack of active B12 can cause lethargy and fatigue and this test will give you a quick and accurate result.
Our comprehensive range of male and female hormone checks cover fertility as well as key aspects of good health including strength, thyroid function and bone health.
A comprehensive test of key male hormones which can affect libido, muscle strength, energy and much more.
This profile analyses key hormones which can not only affect your fertility, but also mood, energy and weight.
For women in various stages of the menopause who want to check hormone levels as well as the impact changes may be having on their overall wellbeing.
Test the 4 key hormones essential for female fertility.
A hormone check for women who believe they may be starting to transition through the menopause and want to track how fast their body is changing.
Low testosterone can affect libido, mood and muscle mass. In women, high testosterone can have an effect on fertility. Check your testosterone level with our simple at-home testosterone test kit.
Planning to conceive? Measuring the amount of progesterone in your blood will indicate whether ovulation has occurred.
Test your level of TSH, T3 and T4, the three main hormones that indicate if your thyroid is functioning correctly.
Check your cortisol level and check whether your lifestyle or job is placing your body under too much stress.
The tests Forth offers are intended to improve wellbeing and optimise sports performance. They are not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis. If you have concerns about your health please talk to your GP.