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Cardiometabolic Test

Cue+ Member Price $111.20

This at-home test lets you check 10 important markers of cardiometabolic health: Total cholesterol, Low-density lipoprotein (LDL), High-density lipoprotein (HDL), Triglycerides, Hemoglobin A1C, Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), Aspartate aminotransferase (AST), Alanine aminotransaminase (ALT), Blood urea nitrogen (BUN), Creatinine

Order your test, send in your sample, and you'll be able to review your results securely in the Cue Health App within a few days.

  • Fast delivery and pre-paid return shipping
  • HSA/FSA eligible
  • Results sent to the Cue Health App
  • Includes a blood sample kit

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How it works

Collect your sample privately at your convenience and review your test results in the Cue Health App. If you have questions or need help interpreting your results, you can use your App to access on-demand telehealth visits with board-certified clinicians.


Purchase and register your test kit

Purchase your test kit from the Cue Health website or in the Cue Health App. Once you receive your kit, don't forget to register it.


Collect and mail in your sample

Follow the step-by-step instructions in your test kit and in the Cue Health App to collect your sample. Ship your sample to the lab using your test kit's pre-paid return packaging.


View your results

We'll let you know when your results are ready. Just log in to your Cue Health App to review them securely at your convenience.


Talk to a clinician

If you have questions or want to discuss your results, request an on-demand telehealth session in the Cue Health App.

About this test

What this test measures

In the United States, only 7% of adults have optimal cardiometabolic health.¹ Regularly monitoring your cardiometabolic markers can help you understand your risks of common conditions, adapt your lifestyle to prevent disease, and monitor and adjust therapies with your healthcare provider.

This test measures 10 important markers of cardiometabolic health:

•Total cholesterol - The amount of cholesterol in your blood based on your HDL, LDL, and triglycerides numbers. Elevated levels indicate an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
•Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) - "Bad" cholesterol, which can build up in your arteries, increasing your risk of cardiovascular disease at elevated levels.
•High-density lipoprotein (HDL) - "Good" cholesterol, which helps remove cholesterol from your arteries. Low levels may increase your risk of cardiovascular disease.
•Triglycerides - Another form of fat in your blood that can raise your risk for heart disease.
•Hemoglobin A1C - A marker of your average blood sugar (glucose) level over the past two to three months, which can signal prediabetes or diabetes.
•Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) - A hormone that is key to how your body uses, or metabolizes, energy. Levels that are too high or too low may suggest increased risk of cardiometabolic conditions.
•Aspartate aminotransferase - An enzyme that may signal liver damage or disease, or other cardiometabolic problems, at elevated levels.
•Alanine transaminase - A liver enzyme that is associated with liver injury or disease, such as hepatitis or fatty liver disease, at elevated levels.
•Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) - A waste product made when your liver breaks down protein, which is then filtered out by your kidneys. Elevated levels can help determine how well your kidneys are working.
•Creatinine - A waste product of your muscles that is removed by the kidneys. Levels that are too high or too low may signal poor kidney function because of kidney disease or another cardiometabolic condition.

Who should take this test

Cardiometabolic disease does not always cause noticeable signs and symptoms. Take a cardiometabolic test if you:

•Want to monitor your heart health and preventatively check your risk of cardiovascular disease
•Are a male age 45 or older
•Are a female age 55 or older
•Are at risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, or fatty liver disease because of your lifestyle or family history

You must be age 18 or older to take this test. Due to state restrictions, this test is not available to residents of New York.

What's included in the sample kit

This blood sample collection kit includes:

•Alcohol wipe
•Sterile lancet x 3
•Blood collection card
•Gauze pad
•Bandage x 2
•Blood sample return bag
•Return shipping box
•Return shipping envelope bag
•Pre-paid return shipping label

How to collect samples

Follow the instructions in your Cue Health App and sample collection kit.

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Board Certified Clinicians

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Cue Care™ clinicians are independent, licensed, board-certified physicians and nurse practitioners.

What to know about cardiometabolic health

What is cardiometabolic health?
Your cardiovascular system includes your heart, blood, and blood vessels. Cardiometabolic health refers to a number of risk factors that impact your circulatory system, including blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Your cardiometabolic health can be an important signal of your overall health, as well as your risk of developing cardiovascular and heart disease as well as diabetes, kidney and liver diseases, and other chronic and potentially deadly conditions.

Test yourself conveniently and talk to a healthcare provider
Regularly monitoring your heart health can be a good way to understand your lifestyle and stay proactive about your health. Get your test to collect your sample at home and review results right from your Cue Health App. Plus, it's easier than ever to discuss your results with on-demand telehealth visits through your App.

Reducing your risk
When it comes to your heart health, a little prevention can go a long way. Good communication with your healthcare provider can help you better understand how your lifestyle impacts your heart.

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The price of your test includes the costs for an independent physician or nurse practitioner to review your information, determine whether testing is appropriate, and provide follow-up on your results, plus fees for other administrative and operational support. Of the $111.20 to $139.00, $7.00 is payable to Wheel Provider Group for its test review and clinician consultation services.

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