The LOUNA Active Man’s Health Values package provides a thorough overview of your body’s well-being and balance.
The package has been tailor-made to examine the active man’s performance and resilience, as well as the impact of physical strain on the body.
The package includes measurements of blood levels that are particularly important to the active man, including testosterone, creatine kinase, which provides information on muscle metabolism, and aspartate aminotransferase. A short-term sugar level (Gluk) measurement is also included in the package.
The levels of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D, which affect performance and recovery, are also examined as part of the package. The sodium and potassium levels reflect the body’s salt balance. The package also includes a measurement of so-called storage iron (ferritin). The liver count included in the package provides information on the metabolism and protein production of your body, and the kidney function levels reveal information about your fluid and salt balance.
The package is ideal for both one-off and regular monitoring. By monitoring your personal well-being, you are able to make daily choices that support your health and help you feel better.
Red blood cell count
The number of red blood cells (B-Eryt)
Basic blood count and thrombocytes
The average amount of hemoglobin in red blood cells
Mean corpuscular haemoglobin (MCH) measures the amount of oxygen-delivering haemoglobin in the red blood cells. MCH is part of the Complete blood count and Basic blood count.
Avarage hemoglobin concentration in red blood cells
Mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration E-MCHC. MCHC is part of the Complete blood count and Basic blood count.
Medium erythrocyte volume
Mean corpuscular volume (E-MCV). MCV is part of the Complete blood count and Basic blood count.
Kidneys and urinary tract
Glomerular filtration rate
ALAT (Alanine transaminase)
ASAT (Aspartate transaminase)
Active vitamin B12
Micro-nutrients and minerals
Bones and muscles
Inflammation and infections
CRP is short for C-reactive protein (S-CRP). In healthy individuals, the liver continuously produces small amounts of CRP. Its amount increases considerably in connection with infections, inflammation, and tissue damage in the body.
Heart and blood vessels
Fasting is not required
This examination does not require fasting