The Organ Health Assessment shows you how your results influence 14 of your organ systems.

When you first click the blue Organ Health Assessment Section in the side menu of your Health Data Dashboard, you will see a visual summary of your organ systems overall. 

The less colour, the better! 

The list of organ systems on the left is prioritized by system with the MOST markers outside of optimal range. The top systems on the list should be your top priority. Any organ systems that show up red in your overall organ system view will be closer to the top of your list.

You can dive deeper into each system

Try clicking on one of your Organ System names on the left-hand list to learn more. In this example, we will click on the top organ system priority, Metabolic Health.

The body visualization now shows you which organ this system relates to. The black colour of the organ on this body does not have any relevance or meaning. 

The graph shows you how many of your biomarkers we measured that relate to this organ system, and breaks them down by biomarker category. 

You may see up to 4 biomarker categories stacked in the biomarkers graph: 3 dynamic biomarker categories (metabolites, proteins, and exposome markers) and one static category (your genetics). Your genetics are static becuase they don't change over time. Your dynamic biomarkers can be changed over time!

For your dynamic measures, the biomarkers graph gives you an idea how many are far outside optimal range (in red), just outside optimal range (yellow), or within the optimal range (dark blue).

For your genetics, the biomarkers graph tells you how many gene variants you have that lower your risk of disease in this organ system (turqouise), minimally increase your risk of disease (orange), or significantly increase your risk for some disease related to this organ system (red).

The markers in red are the most important to consider

When you scroll down the page, you can dive specifically into which biomarkers are in the red zones, and learn more about each one.

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