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Lab Test Analyzer is Now LIVE!

Written by Joe Cohen, BS | Last updated:

How would you like to fully understand your lab tests and know what you can do about them, with 100% science-based information?

Lab Test Analyzer Launch

Today is the big day!

After 6 months of hard work, we just opened the doors to our brand new Lab Test Analyzer.

When I was sick, I would go to the doctor and try to get them to give me as many lab tests that my insurance would pay for – and some that it wouldn’t.

My doctor would spend about 1 minute looking over my labs and then tell me I was “perfectly healthy.” But the thing is, I knew I wasn’t perfectly healthy. I was actually quite sick.

Trying out alternative medicine doctors was super-expensive for me because I was too sick to work.

So I decided to spend HUNDREDS of hours doing research on what these labs meant, what the optimal ranges were and then what I could do to normalize them.

After giving consults to over 1000 people, I realized I wasn’t alone. Patients would complain that even the best functional medicine doctors wouldn’t be able to give them much useful information of their blood results. I also noticed that much of the information they received was false or without any scientific backing.

And the truth is, I understand why. It would take doctors thousands of hours to do the proper research and then dozens of hours explaining to the patient what each result means, the optimal ranges and what do to do improve it.

The lab reference ranges, as you know, are complete BS. They are taken from the ranges of sick people, so they are not very helpful when it comes to understanding the optimal ranges for health.

After spending a lot of time conquering genetics, I realized that lab tests are even more important and we didn’t have any tools to help people understand their results and how to optimize them.

That’s when I started to realize that we NEEDED to build Lab Test Analyzer to help people.

6 months ago, I took our best scientists from SelfHacked and worked with them to comprehensively comb through ALL of the research on every lab result, so that we can give clear and concise explanations on what each result means, what the optimal range is, and steps that you can do to get into the optimal range.

Dr. Michael Lustgarten, a world-renowned researcher and professor in longevity research from Tufts joined the LTA team to help us devise our proprietary protocol for determining optimal ranges. His research makes him privy to information that no one else has.

What is Lab Test Analyzer?

Lab Test Analyzer is a web app that makes health recommendations based on our analysis of your lab results. It gives simplified information about your labs that you get from your doctor, as well as what the optimal ranges are – and steps you can take to get into the optimal range if you’re not there.

Lab Test Analyzer is the first ever direct-to-consumer software with science-based natural treatments, detailed descriptions of the lab tests, and optimal ranges for many important tests.

I can say that this is the product that I’m most proud of and the best that we’ve released to date.

What’s Our Mission?

It’s my life’s work to make sure that we create the best products that are relatively affordable so that we can make you and the world a healthier place.

We are determined at trailblazing the path of health for our readers and the world, because I know what it’s like to not be optimal, and to not have the tools to help me.

It’s also my philosophy to never stop improving the products that we have, which is why we are using all of the proceeds to reinvest in the app and make continuous improvements. You are also helping to support SelfHacked, because without ways to monetize our content, we would not be able to continue creating the great content that we have and we would be forced to stop.

By purchasing now, you will be locked into the cheaper rate, which will go up as we keep adding features.

Only 1.5 years ago, it was just me essentially working alone. In the past year and a half, we added 35 full-time people to our team to help me create amazing products. And what I am noticing is that things are growing exponentially.

Our goal is to create a network of software products that all interact with each other. We are in the process of integrating Lab Test Analyzer with people’s genetic data in SelfDecode.

Our mission is to integrate lab tests, genetics, symptoms/conditions, and other data so that we can inform you about which therapies you’ll do best with.

Come join me and our great team in the future of personalized health!

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About the Author

Joe Cohen, BS

Joe Cohen, BS

As a kid, Joe suffered from inflammation, brain fog, fatigue, digestive problems, mood and other issues that were poorly understood in both conventional and alternative medicine. Frustrated by the lack of good information and tools, Joe decided to embark on a journey of self-experimentation and self-learning to improve his health--something that has since become known as “biohacking”. With thousands of experiments and pubmed articles under his belt, Joe founded SelfHacked, the resource that was missing when he needed it. SelfHacked now gets millions of monthly readers. Joe is a thriving entrepreneur, author and speaker. He is the CEO and founder of SelfDecode. His mission is to help people gain access to the most up-to-date, unbiased, and science-based ways to optimize their health.


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