Health Intelligence is our most comprehensive package, representing a groundbreaking health examination that provides an in-depth understanding of your body by combining data related to your DNA, proteins, metabolism, hormones, inflammation levels, epigenetic, and how your body absorbs vitamins and minerals through our extensive nutrient analysis. All this data offers insights into your biological processes, forming the basis for your personalised report, providing a clear and comprehensive overview of your health.

Additionally, the package includes a DEXA Body Scan, offering insights into your body composition, including body fat percentage, muscle mass, and visceral fat, which, in excessive amounts, can contribute to various chronic diseases.

To conclude, the package comes with protocols, including tools for optimising sleep, suggestions for dietary supplements, and other Longevity tools.

Sampling: Physiological examinations, urine, and blood tests

Price: 24800 DKK

Turnaround time: 5-6 weeks

Price 24.800 DKK


During your examination in our clinic, we collect billions of biological data points about you, examine thousands of genes, and report on hundreds of biomarkers. Through our subsequent state-of-the-art analysis, we can determine your health status, nutritional status, methylation profile, as well as your metabolic index and genetic profile. Based on your results, our team of healthcare professionals then creates tailored health protocols for you, focusing on diet, exercise, sleep, and supplements — all with your individual needs and goals in mind.

Health Intelligence can ultimately guide you towards optimisation and living a longer, healthier life. And while you don’t need a healthcare background to understand the results, all our Health Intelligence packages include a personal consultation with our accredited healthcare professionals who will review the results and action points with you. Below, you can see what the health assessment includes.


What is the difference from a Baseline examination?

With Health Intelligence, we delve deeper into your body. In contrast to our mid-range package, this package includes a comprehensive nutrient analysis, which can inform you about the deficiencies of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and amino acids in your body, as well as the extent to which your body is exposed to oxidative stress. The nutrient analysis is designed to help identify underlying causes of dysfunction and prevent disease.

We calculate your body’s biological age through an epigenetic age determination test. Epigenetic changes in the form of DNA methylation patterns can be used to calculate the biological age of cells. The epigenetic clock essentially represents how biologically old you are.

Additionally, four crucial genes are analysed: APOE and MTHFR, COMT, and TNF-α. Analyses of these genes can provide valuable information about an individual’s genetic predisposition and potential health risks.

Finally, in the Health Intelligence package, you receive 2 hours of consultation time with a doctor and healthcare personnel, compared to the 30 minutes offered in the Baseline package.



We test for 125 biomarkers through blood and urine samples and assess your body's functional requirements for various antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, toxins, essential fatty acids, amino acids, digestive support, and other relevant nutrients



Clinical diagnostic biomarkers for Heart, Liver, Kidney, Pancreas, Thyroid, Blood, Electrolytes, Inflammation, Hormones, Metabolism



Genes: APOE, MTHFR, COMT, TNF-alpha. These genes have significance for various aspects of our health, including cardiovascular health, neurological conditions, immune system function, and metabolic balance.



Vitals checked including Height, Weight, BMI, W/H Ratio, Blood Pressure, Grip Strength, Pulmonary Function Test, ECG


Bio Age

Methylation profile with biological age and metabolic index



suPAR Health Test for Measurement of Chronic Inflammation and Biological Age



Monitor your blood sugar levels with a 14-days CGM-sensor



Body composition, visceral fat, fat percentage and muscle mass



Hours consultation with our doctor and healthcare professionals that will guide you and answer your questions

How does it work?

1. Booking

You can book your appointment for the examination online. Here, you can choose the time for sampling that suits you best. Subsequently, we will provide you with additional information, including pre-examination information, which will guide you on how to prepare for the examination.

Key points include:

  • You must fast from 10:00 PM the night before your examination.
  • Stop taking supplements 4 days before your examination.
  • Continue taking your regular prescription medication.
  • We will send you a urine container, so you can bring a urine sample on the day of the examination.


2. Sampling

The sampling takes place at our clinic in Hellerup and takes about 30 minutes to complete. In the clinic, you will undergo physiological examinations and blood tests. Blood tests are performed by our healthcare staff, and we will do everything to ensure you feel comfortable during the procedure.

Your DEXA Body Scan will take place at our partner’s facility and may not necessarily be on the same day as the sampling at Aetas.


3. Results

The turnaround time for our Health Intelligence package is 5-6 weeks. Once your results are ready, we will invite you to a result consultation with our clinic doctor, who will go through your results with you. During your result consultation, you will receive a comprehensive report of all your analysis results.

Additionally, you will receive our unique Aetas Protocols, which are evidence-based and designed to reduce inflammation in the body, optimise your health, and prevent your risk of chronic disorders.

Result Consultation:

  • 1 hour with the clinic doctor, reviewing your test results.


4. Ongoing Program

  • Over the next few months, you will follow the new plan based on your focus areas and goals.

Follow-up conversation:

  • After the result consultation, we will send you some material by email. You will receive a lot of information from the doctor during the result consultation, and it can be a lot of information to process at once. Therefore, we will send you some material summarising the doctor’s recommendations for lifestyle changes, supplements, and future plans.
  • In this context, you have the opportunity for a 15-30 minute telephone conversation with a healthcare professional.

Final Consultation:

  • The package includes a follow-up suPAR test, and you will be called for sampling after 3 months.
  • In connection with your last suPAR result, you will be invited to a final 30-minute conversation with a healthcare professional. During the conversation, you will discuss your new suPAR result, what you have achieved over the last period, and whether your new lifestyle requires adjustments.

What is included in the package?

Clinical blood tests

60 clinical diagnostic biomarkers for heart, lipid, liver, kidney, pancreas, thyroid, blood, electrolytes, inflammation, hormones, and metabolism.


Physiological examinations

8 vitals including height, weight, BMI, waist-to-hip ratio, blood pressure and pulse, grip strength, lung function, and EKG.


DEXA Body Scan

The Health Intelligence examination includes a DEXA Body Scan, providing in-depth insights into your body composition, including the amount of visceral fat around your organs, your body fat percentage, and muscle mass. Visceral fat is a crucial marker for assessing your risk of diseases.


Advanced nutrient analysis

This analysis includes 125 biomarkers through blood and urine samples, providing precise information about nutrient levels in your body, helping identify any deficiencies. By examining your body’s needs for antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, and other nutrients, we can tailor dietary recommendations and supplement suggestions to provide only the necessary nutrients to your body.

  • Analysis of organic acids can provide insight into potential issues in the body’s metabolism, such as nutritional needs, digestive problems, energy production in cells, neurotransmitter turnover, and detoxification.
  • Oxidative stress is a condition where the amount of free radicals exceeds the amount of protective antioxidants, which can lead to illness and premature aging.
  • Amino acids are crucial in many different biological processes. We analyse both essential and non-essential amino acids to gain insight into issues with digestion, absorption, or metabolism.
  • Fatty acids are relevant to many processes in the body, including regulating inflammation, signalling between cells, and building fats.


Methylation Profile with Biological Age and Metabolic Index

It is an inevitable reality that we age, but how and how quickly we age vary from person to person. Chronological age is a necessary reference point, but it can be a very misleading indicator of your overall health. Your lifestyle, mental health, nutrition, stress management, and sleep all have significant impacts on your health. This means that some people are biologically younger than their chronological age. For others, the situation may be reversed, and they may actually be ‘biologically’ older, thus having a higher risk of developing diseases.

We calculate your body’s biological age through an epigenetic age determination test. Epigenetic changes in the form of DNA methylation patterns can be used to calculate the biological age of cells. The epigenetic clock essentially represents how biologically old you are.

In short, the difference between biological and chronological age can serve as a measure of how healthy your aging is. That is, if you are older than your calculated biological age, it signifies healthy aging.


suPAR Health

suPAR is a protein measurable in the blood, reflecting the activation level of the immune system, also known as inflammation. The test provides valuable information about your current health status, the effectiveness of your health efforts, and your future disease risk.

A low level of suPAR protein in the blood indicates good health, suggesting that your body is currently thriving with your current lifestyle. A high level allows for proactive identification of underlying causes in advance. This enables you to strengthen your health through lifestyle changes and proactive disease prevention.

In the Health Intelligence package, two suPAR tests are included. One is conducted during the examination, and the other is a follow-up test after 3 months. This allows for a detailed understanding of your health development and helps determine the effectiveness of your new lifestyle.



In the Health Intelligence package, we analyze your genetic variants; APOE, MTHFR, COMT, and TNF-α. These are four genes that can have a crucial impact on your health.


APOE is an abbreviation for apolipoprotein E, which is a gene that codes for the production of a protein that, along with fats in the body, forms molecules called lipoproteins. Lipoproteins are responsible for transporting cholesterol and fats around the blood. There are at least three different variants of the APOE gene; ε2, ε3, and ε4. Individuals inherit two copies of the APOE gene.

The most common variant is ε3, found in more than half of the general population. This means that most people have at least one copy of ε3.

Individuals who have at least one copy of the ε4 variant have an increased chance of developing Alzheimer’s and atherosclerosis, which increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes.


The MTHFR gene encodes an enzyme involved in the conversion of folate (vitamin B9) and methylation processes in cells. Each individual inherits two copies of the MTHFR gene, one from each parent. There are two well-studied mutations, 677(C>T) (rs1801133) and 1298(A>C) (rs1801131). These mutations result in reduced enzyme activity, leading to an increase in the concentration of the amino acid homocysteine in the blood. Elevated homocysteine levels can contribute to various health complications, including an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, stroke, high blood pressure, and blood clots.


The COMT gene encodes an enzyme that plays a central role in regulating neurotransmitter activity, including dopamine, noradrenaline (also known as norepinephrine), and epinephrine (adrenaline). Variants of the COMT gene have been studied in relation to neurological and psychiatric diseases, pain sensitivity, and the response to certain medications.

Genetic analysis of the COMT gene can help understand an individual’s metabolic capacity for neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine.

The COMT gene can also influence pain sensitivity, and genetic analysis can assess a person’s predisposition to experiencing pain and their response to pain relief treatments.


TNF-α is a proinflammatory cytokine that plays a crucial role in the immune response and inflammatory processes in the body. The TNF-α gene encodes for this cytokine, and its regulation can impact the function of the immune system and response to infections and inflammation.

There are several variants of the TNF-α gene that can affect an individual’s level of TNF-α and, consequently, the risk of inflammatory conditions.

Elevated production of TNF-α is associated with autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease.

Knowing one’s genetic variants can be overwhelming and cause concern for some individuals, as the results may not always meet their expectations. Before undergoing the examination, we ask you to consider whether you wish to be aware of your genetic variants or not.


CGM-sensor (14 days)

A CGM sensor (Continuous Glucose Monitoring) is used to continuously measure blood sugar levels over a period. The CGM sensor provides information on how blood sugar levels change throughout the day and night, helping optimise blood sugar control and gaining insights into how your diet and activity affect blood sugar levels.

After a period, you’ll have a good idea of what triggers your high glucose levels and how your behaviour contributes to these increases. It serves as both a behavioural and analytical tool to help track and uncover strategies and tactics that can actually save you time and money by preventing poor results in the future.


Comprehensive Report and 2 hours Doctor Consultation

Once your results are ready, we will schedule a consultation with our clinic doctor who will thoroughly review your findings with you. You will receive a comprehensive report of all your analysis results, along with our unique Aetas Protocols. These protocols are evidence-based and designed to reduce inflammation in the body, optimise your health, and prevent the risk of chronic disorders. The two-hour consultation allows for an in-depth discussion of your health status and personalised recommendations based on your unique profile.

Included Biomarkers

Physical examinations & Vitals: Height, Weight, BMI, H/W ratio, Grip Strength, Pulmonary Function Test, Blood pressure, ECG.

Bloodwork: Eosinophils, Basophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Neutrophils, Leukocytes, Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV), Erythrocytes, Hemoglobin, Platelets, Calcium, Magnesium, Urea, Phosphate, Potassium, Sodium, Uric Acid, Creatine Kinase (CK), Albumin, Iron, Folate, Ferritin, Transferrin, Transferrin Saturation, Bilirubin, Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT), Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST), Alkaline Phosphatase, Creatinine, eGFR, Cholesterol, Cholesterol HDL, Cholesterol LDL, Cholesterol VLDL, Triglycerides, Lipoprotein(a) (mg/L), Lipoprotein(a) (nmol/L), Apolipoprotein B, Glucose, Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), Progesterone, Androstenedione, Testosterone, Free Testosterone, Dehydroepiandrosterone-Sulfate (DHEA-S), 17-Hydroxyprogesterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), Testosterone/SHBG Ratio, Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Estradiol, Thyrotropin, Free Thyroxine (FT4), Triiodothyronine (T3), High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP), Soluble Urokinase Plasminogen Activator Receptor (suPAR), 25-Hydroxy-Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Homocysteine.

Nutritional Analysis: 1-Methylhistidine, 3-Hydroxyisovaleric acid, 3-Hydroxyphenylacetic, acid 3-Hydroxypropionic acid, 3-Methyl-4-OH-phenylglycol, 3-Methylhistidine 4-Hydroxyphenylacetic acid, 5-OH-indoleacetic acid, 8-OHdG AA / EPA 20:4 n6 / 20:5 n3, Adipic acid, Apple acid, Alanine Anserine (dipeptide), Anti-inflammatory Eicosanoids, Anti-inflammatory Series 1 Prostaglandins, Arachidonic acid, Arachidonic acid (AA) 20:4 n6, Arachidic acid C20:0, Arginine, Arsenic, Asparagine Aspartic acid, Behenic acid, C22:0 Benzoic acid, Biotin B7, Lead, Cadmium, Carnosine (dipeptide) cis-Aconitic acid, Citramalic acid, Citric acid, Citulline, Coenzyme Q10, Coenzyme Q10, Ubiquinone Cystathionine, Cysteine Cystine, D-arabitol, Delta-5-Desaturase, Delta-6-Desaturase, Dihomo-y-Linolenic acid, Dihydroxyphenylpropionic acid (DHPPA), Docosahexaenoic acid, Docosapentaenoic acid, Docosatetraenoic acid, Eicosatetraenoic acid, Elaic acid 18:1 n9t, Elongase, Ethanolamine, Phenylalanine Folate – B9, Digestive enzymes, Formiminoglutamic acid (FIGIu), Phosphatidylserine Glutamic acid, Glutamine Glutaric acid, Glutathione, Glyceric acid, Glycine, Glycolic acid, Hippuric acid, Histidine Homovanillic acid, Icosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 20:5 n3, Indoleacetic acid, Isocitric acid, Isoleucine Isovalerylglycine, Potassium Cobalamin – B12, Copper, Creatinine, Mercury, Kynurenine/Quinolinic acid ratio, Kynurenic acid, Leucine Lignoceric acid C24:0, Linoleic acid, Lipid peroxides, Lipoic acid, Lysine Lactic acid, Magnesium, Manganese, Margaric acid C17:0, Methionine, Methylmalonic acid, Microbiome/Probiotics, Molybdenum, Nervonic acid 24:1 n9, Niacin – B2, Oleic acid 18:1 n9, Omega-6s, Omega-3s, Ornithine, Orotic acid, Oxalic acid, Palmitic acid C16:0, Palmitoleic acid 16:1 n7, Pentadecylic acid C15:0, Phenylacetic acid, Phosphorylethanolamine,Plant-based antioxidants, Pro-inflammatory Eicosanoids, Proline, Tyrosine, Pyridoxine – B6 Pyroglutamic acid, Pyruvic acid, Quinolinic acid, Succinic acid, 1-Methylhistidine Riboflavin – B2, Sarcosine, Selenium, Serine, Stearidonic acid, Stearic acid C18:0, Suberic acid, Tartaric acid / L(+)-tartaric acid, Taurine, Threonine, Thiamine – B1, Tricosylic acid C23:0, Tryptophan, Vaccenic acid 18:1 n7, Valine, Vanilmandelic acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E / tocopherols, Xanthurenic acid, Gamma-linolenic acid, Zinc, Alpha-ketophenylacetic acid (from Styrene), Alpha-amino-N-butyric acid, Alpha-aminoadipic acid, Alpha-hydroxybutyrate, Alpha-hydroxyisobutyric acid (from methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE)), Alpha-keto-beta-methylvaleric acid, Alpha-ketoadipic acid, Alpha-ketoglutaric acid, Alpha-ketoisocaproic acid, Alpha-ketoisovaleric acid, Alpha-linolenic acid, Beta-alanine, Beta-aminoisobutyric acid, Beta-hydroxybutyric acid, Beta-OH-beta-methylglutaric acid, Gamma-aminobutyricacid and Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) 18:3 n6.

Epigentics: Howarts Clock Biological age, Epi-Metabolic index

DNA analysis: MTHFR, APOE, COMT, TNF-a

suPAR Health tests: 2 tests in total

Why should I choose this package over the others?

Health Intelligence is our most comprehensive package, providing a more in-depth insight into your health compared to our smaller packages. It includes a comprehensive nutrient analysis and the analysis of 4 crucial genes: APOE, MTHFR, COMT, and TNF-a. With this package, you receive personalised recommendations and a range of our Longevity protocols, making it easy and clear for you to optimise your health.

If I have already had a Baseline, can I upgrade to Health Intelligence?

You can certainly upgrade your Baseline to Health Intelligence if you wish. However, the ability to upgrade depends on how long ago you had your Baseline done. Please contact us if you wish to upgrade to Health Intelligence.

How should I prepare before the examination?

When you schedule a Health Intelligence examination, you will receive an email with pre-examination information, guiding you on how to prepare before the examination.

The key points include:

  • You must fast from 22:00 the night before your examination.
  • Stop taking dietary supplements 4 days before your examination.
  • Continue taking your regular prescription medication.
  • We will send you a urine container so you can bring a urine sample on the day of the examination.
How do I book an appointment?

You book an appointment for the examination online. Here, you can choose the time for sample collection that suits you best. Subsequently, we will provide you with additional information, including pre-examination instructions on how to prepare for the examination. For instance, you may need to discontinue taking supplements four days before the appointment, arrive in a fasting state, and bring a urine sample.

How long does the health examination take?

The Health Intelligence examination takes 30 minutes at our clinic in Hellerup, Denmark.

Do I need to wear specific clothing for the examination?

You do not need to wear specific clothing. However, in connection with EKG measurement, it may be advantageous not to wear a bra with underwire, but this is not a requirement.

Will I sweat during the examination?

You are unlikely to sweat as you will not be engaging in any physically strenuous activities during the examination.

When can I expect the results of the examination?

The turnaround time for our Health Intelligence package is 5-6 weeks. You will be able to see some of your blood test results on Min Sundhed after a few days, but we do not recommend looking at your results until you are called for the result consultation, as some of the results may be challenging to interpret.

Please note that we do not offer interpretation of your blood test results before your result consultation.

Information about DEXA Body Scan

Where and how does my DEXA Body Scan take place?

Both our Baseline and Health Intelligence packages include a DEXA body scan. The scan takes place at Capio Privathospital, which is located less than 100 meters from Aetas.

When you book your examination, we ensure that your DEXA scan is scheduled either before or after your appointment at Aetas, so you can go directly to Capio. In some cases, we may not be able to guarantee an appointment on the same day. You will always be informed about this by phone or email.



DEXA body scan requires no special preparation.

However, you should avoid taking calcium or vitamin tablets on the morning of the DEXA scan.

You should not have undergone any tests involving contrast agents or radioactive drugs in the three days prior to the examination.

Please inform us if you have metal in your body, such as an artificial hip.

You should not wear jewelry during the scan.

We do not perform DEXA scans if you are pregnant. This is to avoid exposing the fetus to radiation.



The DEXA body scan takes 20 minutes, is painless, and takes place in a large, open scanner.

You will be measured and weighed before the scan.

You may be asked to remove your clothing and wear only underwear. This is to avoid clothing with metal such as zippers or buttons.



If you have booked a scan in connection with a health examination at Aetas, you will receive the results of your DEXA body scan during the follow-up consultation.

A radiologist will analyze the images. The radiologist will then send a signed report to our doctor, who will interpret the results and discuss them with you.



Entrance A at Tuborg Boulevard 1, 2900 Hellerup.


Public transport

Buses 164, 1A, 21, and 23 stop near the hospital on Strandvejen.



There is free parking with no time limit in front of the hospital and 2-hour zones in certain areas. When you arrive, please report to the reception and announce your arrival. From there, you can take either the stairs or the elevator to the second floor, where you should take a seat in the waiting room. A radiographer will fetch you when it is your turn.

If you have trouble finding your way, please call Capio at the following phone number: +4539777070

If you have questions about your health examination at Aetas, you can contact us via our contact form or by phone at +45 707 70 74 64.


Health risks associated with DEXA Body Scan

Radiation risk from DEXA scan

DEXA scanning is an X-ray examination that emits a very low radiation dose. Radiation dose is measured in Sievert (Sv) and represents the amount of energy the body absorbs during the examination. Normally, the radiation dose is expressed in millisievert (mSv), where 1 Sv equals 1,000 mSv. A typical DEXA scan results in around 0.001 mSv of radiation dose, depending on the protocol and scanner type.

For comparison, the annual natural background radiation in Denmark is approximately 3 mSv, and a DEXA scan is equivalent to about 3 hours of natural background radiation or 0.001 mSv.

If you are pregnant, please contact us beforehand.


Cancer risk from DEXA scan

A radiation dose of 0.001 mSv from a DEXA scan is below the assessed risk dose, and the risk of cancer is therefore considered to be zero.


What are the benefits and limitations of DEXA Body Scan?

DEXA body scan can provide important information about your body composition. It can accurately measure the percentage of body fat and its distribution in the body, including around the organs (visceral fat). In addition, DEXA body scan can measure muscle mass and its distribution in the body, providing a good indication of muscle strength and function.

In addition to body composition, a DEXA scan can also be used to measure bone density, which is important for assessing the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures. Aetas health packages do not include bone scanning, but this can be purchased additionally. Read more about DEXA osteoporosis scan here.


Limitations of DEXA body scan

DEXA body scan cannot provide specific diagnoses regarding diseases such as cancer or cardiovascular diseases. However, it may potentially indicate your risk of developing disease, such as having too much visceral fat.

Although the scan can show the amount of visceral fat, it is not always precise enough to show the exact location of fat within specific organs or deeper tissue layers.

Follow-up DEXA scans should be performed at the same location and ideally with the same machine, as measurements on different machines cannot always be directly compared.



In some cases, it is possible to split the payment into instalments. If you wish to do this, please contact us for further information.

Can the package be customised to my specific needs?

To become a customer at Aetas Diagnostics, you must have undergone one of our health examinations (suPAR, Baseline, or Health Intelligence) at a minimum. You can additionally choose to purchase optional modules, including allergies and intolerances, whole-genome sequencing, pharmacogenetics, metals and minerals, toxins, cancer detect, neurological examination, and microbiome.

If you are unsure about which optional modules are relevant to you, feel free to contact us.

Add-on Modules

For all our packages, it is possible to add other analyses. For more detailed information about our various additional modules and prices, please read more on our website or contact us.

Whole Genome Sequencing
Allergy and Intolerance
Metals and Minerals
Cancer Detect
Neurological Examination
CGM Sensor
BioSense Ketone Meter
Oura Ring

Heavy Metal Analysis (add-on): Arsenic, Bismuth, Thorium, Copper, Manganese, Strontium, Chromium, Cadmium, Mercury, Thallium, Calcium, Boron, Strontium, Iron, Zirconium, Zinc/Copper, Aluminum, Barium, Lead, Platinum, Uranium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Cobalt, Rubidium, Sodium/Potassium, Calcium/Phosphorus.

Toxin and Chemical Analysis (add-on): 2-, 3-, 4-Methylhippuric Acid (2MHA), N-Acetyl Phenyl, Cysteine (NAP), Phenylglyoxylic Acid (PGO), 2-Hydroxyisobutyric Acid (2HIB), Monoethyl Phthalate (MEP), Dimethylphosphate (DMP), Diethylphosphate (DEP), 3-Phenoxybenzoic Acid (3PBA), 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D), Tiglylglycine (TG), N-Acetyl (Carbomethyl), Cysteine (NAE), Diphenyl Phosphate, Perchlorate, N-Acetyl (3,4-Dihydroxybutyl) Cysteine (NABD), N-Acetyl (2, Hydroxypropl) Cysteine (NAHP), N-Acetyl (Propyl) Cysteine (NAPR), 2-Hydroxyethyl Mercapturic Acid (HEMA), N-Acetyl (2-Cyanoethyl) Cysteine (NACE), N-acetyl-S-(3-hydroxypropyl)-L-cysteine, (3-HPMA), Glyphosate.

Pharmacogenetics (add-on): Analytes can be requested.

Food Intolerances (add-on): Abalone, Perch, Apple, Egg Yolk, Egg Whites, Peas, Cucumber, Eel, Allspice, Oyster Mushroom, Lettuce, Amaranth, Pineapple, Duck, Anchovy, Orange, Apricot, Artichoke, Asparagus, Eggplant, Avocado, Banana, Basil, Seal, Blueberry, Squid, Cuttlefish, Blue Mussel, Cauliflower, Plum, Buckwheat, Broccoli, Blackberry, Camembert Cheese, Cashew Nut, Mushroom, Chicory, Lemon, Lemon Balm, Date, Dill, Durum Wheat Flour, Edam Cheese, Emmental Cheese, Tarragon, European Catfish, Sheep Milk, Fennel, Peach, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Yeast, Goose, Goat Milk, Goat Cheese, Pike, Kale, Green Beans, Green Olives, Gruyère Cheese, Carrot, Hazelnut, Oats, Sea Buckthorn Juice, Halibut, Horse (meat), Horsebean, Raspberry, Millet, Honey, Honeydew Melon, Flaxseed, Hops, Lobster, Wheat, White Beans, Garlic, Rose Hip, Ginger, Carob, Strawberry, Tigernut, Coffee, Cocoa, Persimmon, Cabbage, Turkey, Veal, Chamomile Tea, Scallop, Kamut Flour, Cinnamon, Rabbit, Chanterelle Mushroom, Capers, Cardamom, Carp, Curry Powder, Potato, Casein, Chestnut, Catnip, Kidney Beans, Chickpeas, Chinese Cabbage, Chinese Red Vinegar, Cherry, Kiwi, Cows Milk Protein, Coconut, Cumin, Coriander Seeds, Crab, Red Deer, Cloves, Haddock, Hake, Chicken, Licorice, Salmon, Salmon Roe, Lamb, Bay Leaves, Lime, Lentils, Lychee, Onion, Macadamia Nut, Milk, Dandelion, May, Mackerel, Malt, Mandarin Orange, Almond, Mango, Mozzarella, Mung Bean, Nutmeg, Nectarine, Beef, Brewer’s Yeast, Trout, Oysters, Pear, Papaya, Brazil Nut, Parmesan, Passion Fruit, Peanut, Pepper, Peppermint, Horseradish, Pecan, Parsley, Plaice, Pine Nuts, Pistachio Nut, Pomelo, Leek, Quinoa, Rhubarb, Radish, Venison, Wild Garlic, Rapeseed, Shrimp, Currants.

Whole Genome Sequencing (add-on): 100% of your DNA analyzed, the most comprehensive genetic analysis available.

Please contact us for a complete list of all analytes that can be added.

Health Intelligence Member

Get a 15% discount on additional services, including blood tests, medical consultations, personal training programs, and more.

We aim to make things as convenient as possible for our clients and cater to your needs, ensuring that finances do not limit your health. As a member with us, you pay a fixed amount per month and gain access to a wide range of healthcare services, discounted rates on blood tests and medical consultations (with minimal waiting time and at your convenience), the option for personalized programs with our personal trainers and nutrition experts, as well as health check-ups every 3 months.

With our Health Intelligence membership, you get a solution tailored to monitor and improve your health over time.


Unique Member Benefits

Annual Comprehensive Health Examination

After being a member for 12 months, it triggers your annual comprehensive health Health Examination. Through the membership, the examination is also cheaper the next time you receive it.


Health Check-up Every 3 Months

As a member, we schedule regular health check-ups every 3 months, including the suPAR Health test, blood pressure measurement, and weight control. This allows you and our healthcare providers to continuously monitor how your body responds to your lifestyle.


Discount on Medical Consultations with Minimal Waiting Time

As a member, you receive a discount on all medical consultations. Additionally, all consultations have minimal waiting time, allowing adequate time to talk with you. Consultations typically last 30 minutes or 1 hour. Get answers to your questions and receive personal advice at your convenience.


Discount on Personalized Programs

You receive a discount on personalized training programs or meal plans tailored to you based on your health data. Personalized programs are priced according to your specific needs.


Discount on Additional Blood Tests and Services

In addition to regular health check-ups and the annual comprehensive health check-up included in the subscription, you receive discounts on additional blood tests and healthcare services. This includes Nutrient Analysis, Allergies and Intolerances, Mineral and Metal Testing, Microbiome Testing, Whole Genome Sequencing, Hormone Therapy, DEXA Osteoporosis Scan, MR, and much more.


Health check-ups every 3 months include:

suPAR® Health test to assess chronic inflammation, biological age, and the impact of your lifestyle changes. Blood pressure and pulse measurements to monitor your cardiovascular health. Weight control to track your overall body composition and health status.

Learn more and sign up here.

Feel free to contact us at +45 70707464 or via email at if you have any questions or need assistance with registration.

Personal protocols to The Pillars of Longevity

Based on your Health Intelligence test results, our team of healthcare professionals will create customised health protocols for you based on exercise, diet, sleep and supplements. All while keeping your individual needs and goals in mind.


We can’t actually do the exercise for you, but we planned everything else. It’s a plug and play protocol for the new and improved you.

Evidence Based Diet

We can see what foods you would benefit from eating, measured by evidence from your own body. All the way down to recipes and grocery lists, we’ve got you covered.

Sleep Optimisation

We help you optimise those precious and regenerative hours spent on your pillow. Sweet dreams.

Personal Supplements

Using state-of-the-art methods in our lab, we analyse and compile an evidenced-based supplement stack, just for you. Complete with individualised dosing.


The Health Examination of the Future

Start making informed, strategic health decisions. And play the long game with us.