Driving Quantitative Success Metrics


Represents fat circulating in the bloodstream; sensitive to lifestyle changes


Encompasses cholesterol carried by all atherogenic particles; not just LDL-C

Apolipoprotein B (ApoB)

Identifies # of on-HDL-C carrying particles; indicator of cardiovascular disease risk

Visceral Fat

Linked to chronic diseases and increased mortality


90-day average indicating blood sugar control impacting diabetes

Fasting Insulin

Is a better leading indicator of metabolic health than HbA1c/Fasting Glucose

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Weight to height squared ratio correlated to metabolic health


Higher levels linked to a longer healthspan

Resting Heart Rate (RHR)

Lower levels indicate good cardiovascular fitness and overall health

Muscle Mass

Supports enhanced mobility, better metabolic and mental health

Heart Rate Variability(HRV)

Indicates strong cardiovascular health and adaptability to stress

Biological Age

Lifestyle changes impact biological age - captured by methylation patterns in the epigenetics