Get Ahead of Anemia with

At-Home Testing

Stop guessing and start testing with our comprehensive at-home Anemia Assessment. This test is designed to help you understand your anemia risk, letting you take informed steps to prevent or manage the condition. 

What is measured


Vitamin B12

Vitamin B9 (Folate)




Anemia Assessment



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Get Answers and Protect Your Health

Did you know that according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 1 in 8 women of reproductive age suffers from Anemia? This number rises even more for pregnant women.


Our at-home Anemia Assessment lets you take proactive action. Empower yourself with answers to ease your concerns and take informed steps to improve your health.

5 Key Measurements

Ferritin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B9 (Folate), Homocysteine, Hematocrit (Learn More). Get a full picture of your Anemia risk factors.

Non-Invasive & Convenient

Skip the hassle of lab visits and the pain of traditional veinous blood draws. Try a virtually pain-free finger prick collection that delivers accurate results.

Clinical Lab Analysis

Convenience without compromise. Your test is processed in a clinical lab that meets rigorous hospital-grade quality standards.

Fast and Easy Process

Home collection is easy - simply follow the package checklist. With quick shipping and results, you'll have results within days of sending your sample to the lab.

5 Key Markers: Get a Clear Picture of Your Anemia Risk

Get a more accurate picture of your Anemia risk with our comprehensive test that covers all the bases.


A protein that stores iron in your body. Low levels of ferritin can indicate a lack of iron, which is a common cause of anemia.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is essential for the production of red blood cells and a deficiency can cause anemia. Those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet may be at higher risk for B12 deficiency.

Vitamin B9 (Folate)

A B vitamin that is necessary for the production of red blood cells. Low levels of folate can lead to anemia. It is also important for pregnant women, as a deficiency can lead to birth defects.


High levels of homocysteine in the blood can indicate a deficiency in folate, vitamin B12, or vitamin B6. These deficiencies can lead to anemia.


Hematocrit measures the percentage of red blood cells in your blood. Low hematocrit levels can indicate anemia, while high levels can indicate other health conditions.

How it works

Staying proactive has never been easier

Order your test kit online, follow the simple instructions & receive your detailed report within days.

Order your Kit

Get your kit in just a few days, anywhere in the US.

Collect at Home

Follow the simple instructions to collect your sample.

Send to Our Lab

We include a pre-paid USPS return envelope.

Quick Results

Easy to read dashboard in your secure portal

See What Others Are Saying

  • During the fall I was having some issues with fatigue and feeling cold. My sister mentioned it could be Anemia and recommended this test. Sure enough the test showed some of my levels were pretty off. I've started some supplements since finding out and they're helping a lot. 

    Emmanuel V.

    Verified Buyer

  • I was skeptical at first so I took this test at the same time as a regular one from my doctor. The results matched so I trust it now, plus it was way more convenient. Can't see myself going to the doctor again for this.

    Neil B.

    Verified Buyer

  • Earlier this year, I switched to a plant-based diet and wanted to monitor my iron/anemia markers as time passes. I have taken 3 so far and am satisfied with how easy it is and the quality of the report. Will definitely continue using this test.