Vivoo is another early stage company offering at home test kits to learn about your health. They make over the counter test strips that can be scanned and use a connected app to deliver results. Urinalysis at home is becoming more popular, since it has the potential to unlock loads of information and is less… Continue reading Vivoo Home Test – Review of at home urinalysis
Many users of the Apple Watch have used it to track steps and stay active. VO2 max, a measurement of how much oxygen the body consumes during intense workouts, is also a watch tracked statistic. If you increased activity is making you more fit, the Vo2 max should show this. But measuring the amount of… Continue reading VO2 Max Test – Apple Watch vs. DexaFit Review
Everyday you give away mountains of data without any benefit. Each time you exhale, the makeup of your breath contains a mountain of information about how your body is working. Lumen uses carbon dioxide measurements in your breath, CO2, to gauge what your body is processing. This measurement can be used to define your metabolism… Continue reading Lumen Review – Tracking Metabolism
For years I ran sporadically, 15-20 miles maximum a week. On a handful of occasions I would train for a race for 3-4 weeks. That totaled 500-1000 miles a year. Given that experience I can say that on average my running shoes lasted a minimum of 350 miles when running primarily trails, and 400-600 when… Continue reading How many miles do my running shoes last?
The Daily Pee Test Experience with 3 Minute Results In July 2020 I pre ordered my first 5 home pee tests for $48.26 in hopes of finding out more about results of some lifestyle changes I had made, mainly better eating. I read that Bloom Health, which changed their name to Vessel Health, opened pre-orders… Continue reading Vessel Health Review