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Welcome KMAK Fitness Athletes!

Our journey with KMAK ignited a passion to bridge the gap between health and fitness. After facing challenges in obtaining our own labs, we decided to pave an easier path for fellow KMAK members.

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Tailored Health Insights for KMAK Athletes
Unlock a world of curated health insights designed for your ultimate performance and well-being. KMAK is committed to enhancing your training journey, which is why we're offering exclusive access for its members.

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Comprehensive Panels for Fitness Enthusiasts

Comprehensive Health Kit Components

We offer comprehensive kits for a detailed insight into your health. Click on each component below to understand its significance and ways to influence it.
HbA1c (Hemoglobin A1c)

Provides a longer-term trend of blood sugar levels. Regular exercise and management of carbohydrate intake can aid in optimal levels. Learn More

ApoA-1 (Apolipoprotein A-1)

Essential part of HDL, clears cholesterol from arteries. Consuming healthy fats and aerobic exercises can boost levels. Learn More

ApoB (Apolipoprotein B)

Primary protein in LDL cholesterol; high levels can lead to plaque buildup in arteries. Dietary changes and regular cardiovascular exercise can influence levels. Learn More


The body's main stress hormone; prolonged elevated levels can have negative health impacts. Stress management techniques, adequate sleep, and regular exercise can help maintain healthy levels. Learn More

DHEA-S (Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate)

A hormone that aids in the production of other hormones like testosterone and estrogen. Levels can be influenced by certain supplements, diet, and exercise. Learn More

Estradiol (E2) [Women's kit only]

A form of estrogen, crucial in reproductive health and bone health. Levels fluctuate and can be influenced by diet, medications, and lifestyle factors. Learn More


Indicates iron storage in the body. Iron-rich foods and certain supplements can influence ferritin levels. It's important for energy and muscle function. Learn More

HDL (High-Density Lipoprotein)

Known as the "good" cholesterol, it helps remove bad cholesterol from arteries. A diet low in saturated fats and regular exercise can boost HDL. Learn More

hs-CRP (High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein)

Indicator of inflammation in the body. A balanced diet, maintaining a healthy weight, and regular exercise can help manage hs-CRP levels. Learn More


An amino acid, high levels of which can indicate heart disease risk. Consuming adequate B-vitamins, especially B12, B6, and folate can help maintain levels. Learn More


A hormone that helps regulate blood sugar levels. Maintaining a balanced diet and regular exercise can influence optimal levels. Learn More

LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein)

Known as the "bad" cholesterol, high levels can lead to arterial plaque buildup. Dietary changes and cardiovascular activity can influence levels. Learn More

TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)

Controls thyroid gland function. Levels can be influenced by iodine intake, stress, and medications. Important for metabolism regulation. Learn More


A type of fat in the bloodstream. Levels can be influenced by diet, alcohol intake, and physical activity. Learn More

Vitamin D

Crucial for bone health, immunity, and mood. Sun exposure, diet, and supplementation can influence Vitamin D levels. Learn More

ApoB/ApoA-1 Ratio

Indicates the balance between "good" and "bad" cholesterol carriers. Dietary changes and physical activity can influence this balance. Learn More

Estimated Average Glucose (EAG)

Gives an average of glucose levels over the past 2-3 months. Influenced by diet and medication. Crucial for monitoring diabetes. Learn More

Total Testosterone [Men's Kit Only]

A crucial hormone influencing muscle mass, mood, and energy. Levels can be affected by diet, exercise, and overall health. Learn More