The Carb Tolerance Test is a powerful tool from Heads Up Health that anyone can use to optimize their health. By helping you test and identify foods that are optimal for your own body’s blood sugar levels, the Carb Tolerance Test can help you fine tune and customize your diet for optimal blood sugar control.
In addition to the standard body composition metrics such as weight, body fat percentage and BMI, Heads Up Health now has the ability to help you track and trend your body tape measurements. If you want to skip ahead and start logging your measurements now, feel free to create an account using the button below. […]
The fasting timer feature was designed specifically to help you monitor your fasting intervals and collect relevant data along the way so you can optimize your results.
This is a guest post on insulin load by Michael Alward Insulin Load – An Introduction When I first adopted a low carb eating plan, I remember countless questions on low carb support groups as to how to count the carbs / net carbs of various processed food products (on this particular day, it happened […]
In this post we will examine the “glucose ketone index” as a biomarker for tracking metabolic health. We will also explore some of the primary use cases for tracking the glucose ketone index including cancer treatment, weight loss, metabolic disease management and athletic performance. Lastly, we will demonstrate how you can use Heads Up Health […]
Customizing lab ranges is a unique feature that allows you to tailor your Heads Up profile to meet your specific needs (skip to the end of this post for a link to the video tutorial). If you’ve been tracking lab values in your Heads Up profile, you’ve noticed that we provide standard reference ranges for […]
For those who are looking to reap the benefits of a ketogenic diet, tracking breath ketone levels can be a very helpful part of the process. Breath ketones are a real-time indicator of your level of ketosis which is a big advantage compared to other testing methods that merely indicates traces of ketosis. New devices on […]
Can you name a famous football player? What about a Real Housewife? Now, can you name your blood type? If you answered “no,” you have a problem. Knowing your blood type can come in handy — to say the least — in a variety of situations. The Benefits of Knowing Your Blood Type Emergency preparation: […]
Eyes are the windows to the soul. Pretty important, right? Then why is it that an estimated 61 million Americans are at risk for vision loss, and yet only half have visited an eye doctor in the last year? Eye exams can be easy to forget. Unless you have a problem seeing or need your […]
Dental decay happens to just about everyone eventually. It’s just a part of getting older, with a whopping 91 percent of adults between ages 20 and 64 experiencing some sort of tooth breakdown, from tooth decay to cavities. The scary part is that studies have shown up to 27 percent of those people could have […]