Nutrition, Fitness, & Weight Loss in Colorado Springs

How To Easily Get Your Blood Tested Without Spending Tons of Money or Visiting A Fancy Longevity Institute.



It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of getting your blood tested, even if it’s just once a year.

After all, if you don’t know what’s going on inside your body, you have no clue how your foods, supplements, exercise or anything
else you’re doing for your health is truly affecting you, your heart, your gut, or your hormones.

But until the past few years, accurate blood testing was only something the “elite rich” in America could get (lucky folks!) by spending 10,000 dollars or more, plus an airplane ticket, a posh hotel room, and lots and lots of time spent sitting in a doctor’s office.

However, with new technology, you can get these same fancy tests,without forking over tons of cash or visiting some fancy longevity institute.

Seriously. You can drive to a lab a few miles from your house, get tested in 5 minutes, and have the results in your email a couple days later.


You can simply check out any of the tests below, and if you have questions about how to to do the tests, or which ones I recommend, you can just comment below and I will personally respond to help you (I promise). There are also some really helpful FAQ’s on lab testing here.

-Hormone Test (check on your testosterone, cortisol and much more)

-Thyroid Test (find out if thyroid issues are affecting your metabolism)

-Nutrient Test (see if you have hidden nutrient deficiencies)

-Blood Sugar Test (see how your diet is truly affecting sugar and fat)

-Cardiovascular Test (check on whether you have hidden heart issues)

-Wellness Complete test (all those tests above in one big mighty test)

The reason I’m writing this is to help you fix things like digestion, sleep, hormones or a sluggish metabolism…

…and it is very, very cool that anybody can do stuff like this now. Again, let me know in the comments section below if you have any questions and I’m happy to help.*

*These tests are offered in 46 of the 50 states in the U.S. They are not yet offered in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island or Maryland. So either drive across the state line or wait a few months until these tests are available where you live!