How it Works

  • 1. Test

    Gather your biomarker profile with minimally invasive blood tests collected at-home via a kit mailed to your house.

  • 2. Correlate

    Connect your wearable devices (optional) to correlate sleep, heart rate, and activity levels with your blood tests.

  • 3. Learn

    Access a dashboard that breaks down your health status and provides actionable insights.

  • 4. Track & Improve

    Measure regularly to find what works as you maintain and improve your health.

  • hsCRP, Homocysteine, Ferritin, Vit. D

    Inflammation plays a key role in healthy immune response. However, during ageing, chronic, low-grade inflammation - called inflammaging - develops, which contributes to the pathogenesis of many age-related diseases.

    More on Inflammaging from Nature Reviews  
  • Step Counts, Workout Time (Low intensity, Med. intensity, High intensity)

    Physical activity is essential to health. Countless studies have correlated exercise with improved blood biomarkers.

    More on Activity and Biomarkers from Nature  
  • Fasting Insulin, HbA1C, Vit. D, Trig:HDL

    Metabolic fitness is the condition of a robust and healthy set of cellular mechanisms that produce energy from our food and environment to power every process in the human body. Poor metabolic health is associated with worse brain function, energy, memory, mood, skin health, fertility, and like inflammation, puts us at greater risk for chronic disease.

    More from Levels  
  • Total sleep, REM, Deep, Sleep efficiency

    Getting enough high quality sleep is one of the best hacks for good health.

    More from The Nature of Science and Sleep Journal  
  • Cortisol, LH, Ferritin, B12, Folate, DHEA-S(M), Testosterone(M), FSH(F), Estradiol(F), Progesterone(F)

    Balance means maintaining the appropriate levels (not too high or too low) of hormones and critical vitamins/minerals. This is key to keeping our internal environment running at its peak.

    More from EndocrineWeb  
  • Resting Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability

    Heart Efficiency is a measure of your current heart health and athleticism. Optimal resting heart rate and heart rate variability are correlated with longevity.

    More from Health  
  • ApoB, ApoA1, Triglycerides, HDL, LDL, TC

    Cardiovascular markers are used to predict heart disease and stroke. Poor cardiovascular health puts individuals at risk for shortened lifespan and decreased quality of life. Tracking these markers allows you to optimize your diet and lifestyle to stay healthier, longer.

    More from The Lancet  
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Gold Standard Lab Testing, Doctor Reviewed Results.

All of our blood biomarker data is collected in labs certified by Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) and accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). CLIA-certified labs must continually meet a wide range of quality standards on equipment, technical protocols, and testing sensitivity.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Quantity blood test kit equivalent to standard labs?

Yes, we work with a CLIA/CAP accredited lab that performs extensive validation on each assay to meet federal CLIA requirements.

How are you able to offer the lowest cost per biomarker in the industry?

A. We bundle 17 biomarkers into a single sample collection, maximizing the data we collect from a single kit. Other companies like EverlyWell sell 2-4 markers per kit to maximize profits.

B. We sell the monthly Quantify subscription at cost. The reason we are doing this is to drive demand and leverage that to drive our costs down.

C. SiPhox, the company behind Quantify, develops blood testing hardware. We will be deploying our hardware in users' homes starting in 2023 to cut test costs further.

Note that we do not compromise on the quality or accuracy of our tests in any way.

Why should I use a wearable with Quantify?

Quantify is not just another blood testing service delivering raw data to users. We draw upon correlations between biomarkers and wearable data. This allows you to optimize your lifestyle to improve your biomarkers.

What are the different membership tiers?

Quantify currently has three membership tiers:

Tier I (yearly at-home test)

Tier II (quarterly at-home test)

Tier III (monthly at-home test)

Can I change my membership tier?

Yes, this can be done through your User Portal after logging in.

What wearable devices are compatible with Quantify?

Quantify currently has the ability to support over 300 devices across ten categories. The most common devices our users connect are Oura, Fitbit, EightSleep, Whoop, and Freestyle Libre.

How do I view my test results?

When your Quantify Report is ready for viewing, you will receive an email letting you know your User Portal has been updated! You can access your report portal at any time by logging in and clicking on My Reports in the navigation bar.

What makes Quantify Reports unique?

Your Quantify Reports are not just raw data. The team at Quantify created a unique scoring system called the Axes of Wellness that spans different health and lifestyle categories such as Inflammation, Metabolic, and Cardiovascular Health. With this, we take the guesswork out of interpreting your results and empower you with actionable insights to improve your wellness.

When is my card charged?

Your card is charged every time a testing kit is sent to you (cadence depends on membership tier).