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Mito Health is here to prevent illness, not just treat it.

Identify issues early and make changes now.
To maximise not just the length, but the quality of your life.

Over 63 Advanced biomarkers that actually matter.

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We engage the services of partner clinics authorised to order the tests and to receive your blood test results prior to making Mito Health analytics and recommendations available to you.

Apolipoprotein B

Early indicator for an individual's risk of developing cardiovascular disease
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Testing for Apolipoprotein B can provide detailed information about your risk for heart disease. Each LDL (low-density lipoprotein) or ‘bad cholesterol’ particle contains one molecule of Apolipoprotein B. Therefore, measuring it can give a more accurate count of LDL particles, which can be more indicative of risk than measuring LDL cholesterol alone. High levels of Apolipoprotein B can suggest a higher risk of atherosclerosis and heart disease.

Lipoprotein (a)

Early indicator for risk of heart disease and stroke
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The amount of Lipoprotein (a) in your blood is primarily determined by your genes and is not easily altered by lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise. High levels of this lipid particle can contribute to the buildup of plaques in arteries, which can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Lipoprotein (a) testing can help identify individuals who are at a higher risk due to genetic factors.


Early indicator for the cause of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
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Testing insulin levels can help diagnose pre-diabetes, diabetes, and insulin resistance. In these conditions, insulin is either insufficient or ineffective at processing blood glucose. Monitoring insulin levels along with blood glucose levels can help manage these conditions and prevent long-term complications, such as heart disease, nerve damage, and kidney disease.


Early Indicator for Peripheral arterial disease (2) and coronary artery disease
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Elevated homocysteine levels can be an indicator of vitamin B12 or folic acid deficiency, as these nutrients help break down homocysteine in the body. Furthermore, high homocysteine levels have been associated with an increased risk of heart disease, although it’s not entirely clear whether it is a cause or a result of the disease. Testing for homocysteine can help identify deficiencies and potentially identify a higher risk of cardiovascular issues.

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Results come in an online, user-friendly dashboard that makes it effortless to access and interpret results.
JJ Chai, Co-Founder, Rainforest
Recommended for anyone who's trying to optimise health.
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Mito is the only screening (>60 biomarkers) in Singapore focused on longevity.
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The interpretation and biomarker breakdown were presented in a way that was easy to understand.
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