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HbA1c (%)

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Blood Pressure (mmHg)

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Cholesterol ratio

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Vitamin D (nmol/l)

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Creatinine (μmol/l)

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Smoking Status

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Weqaya score
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Baseline Value:
Weqaya score
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you

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Age

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BMI (kg/m2)

you

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Overweight

Obese

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Your height
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Your weight
kg
BMI (kg/m2)
HbA1c (%)

you

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Pre-diabetes

Diabetes

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5.7

6.5

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%
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Blood Pressure (mmHg)

you

Normal

Pre-hypertension

Hypertension

0

120

140

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Systolic
mmHg
Diastolic
mmHg
Taking medications
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Cholesterol ratio

you

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Moderate

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Total
mmol/L
HDL
mmol/L
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Vitamin D (nmol/l)

you

Deficiency

Risk of deficiency

Normal

High

5

30

51

251

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Creatinine (μmol/l)

you

High

Moderate

Normal

3

61

91

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Smoking Status
Baseline Value: Non-smoker
Well done, your personal risk score is within normal limits. You are a good example to others in society and you should encourage your family, friends and colleagues to follow your healthy lifestyle. Please carry on with your healthy lifestyle while looking for changes that could improve your or your family’s health still further. Your personal risk score is above healthy limits. This is due to everyday lifestyle choices which are damaging your health. As a result, you currently have a higher-than-average risk of serious medical problems such as heart disease or stroke. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community, but you need to make changes to your lifestyle now to bring your risk down. Your personal risk score is high. This is due to everyday lifestyle choices which are damaging your health. As a result, you are currently at increased risk of serious medical problems such as heart disease or stroke. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community, but you must take immediate action. Your weight is under levels that are medically recommended. Please see a doctor for further investigation and to rule out any treatable causes. Well done, your BMI is within the normal range.  Please carry on with your healthy lifestyle to maintain your BMI level while looking for changes that could improve your or your family’s health still further. Your BMI is above healthy limits.  This is probably due to everyday life choices, including the amount and type of food and drink consumed and lack of physical exercise.  You are at increased risk for serious medical conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community but you must take action to lose weight Your BMI is too high. This is due to everyday life choices, including the amount and type of food and drink consumed and lack of physical exercise.  This puts you at an increased risk of serious medical conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer.  The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community but you must take action to lose weight Well done, your blood pressure is normal. Please carry on with your healthy lifestyle while looking for changes that could improve your or your family’s health still further. Your blood pressure is just within the normal range. If you currently smoke, do not exercise or eat the wrong types of food too often, your blood pressure will rise to dangerous levels. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community, but you must take action. Your blood pressure is too high. You may have hypertension which has not yet been identified or which is not adequately controlled. This is probably due to everyday life choices, including the amount and type of food and drink consumed, lack of physical exercise and smoking.  While you may still be feeling well you are at increased risk of serious medical problems such as heart attacks, stroke and kidney disease. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community, but you must take immediate action. Well done, your blood tests suggest your risk of developing diabetes is within the normal range. Please carry on with your healthy lifestyle while looking for changes that could improve your or your family’s health still further. Your blood tests suggest that you are at higher than average risk of having or developing diabetes. This is probably due to everyday lifestyle factors such as what you eat and drink and lack of physical exercise. You can improve your risk of developing diabetes in partnership with your family and community, but you must take immediate action. Your blood tests suggest that your risk of having diabetes is very high or you may already have diabetes which is not adequately controlled. This is probably due to everyday lifestyle factors such as what you eat and drink and lack of physical exercise. Diabetes can quickly become progressively worse if left uncontrolled and can make you very ill. It is vital that you take immediate action. Well done, the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol in your blood is normal. Please carry on with your healthy lifestyle while looking for changes that could improve your or your family’s health still further. The ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol in your blood is higher than normal. You should take action to reverse this by stopping smoking if you do so, making changes to the type of food and drink you consume and taking more exercise. You have a high cholesterol ratio, which means blood contains too much bad cholesterol (LDL) and not enough good cholesterol (HDL). This may be caused by factors beyond your control such as genetics or by factors you can control such as the type of food and drink you consume or lack of exercise, and is putting you at increased risk of serious medical conditions such as heart disease and stroke. The situation can be improved in partnership with your family and community, but you must take immediate action. Vitamin (D) results is "Normal" Vitamin D 61-200 nmol/L is considered normal. The measured level of Vitamin D in your blood sample is considered normal. Vitamin (D) results is "deficient" which is very low. In general, levels below 30 nmol/L (12 ng/mL) are too low for bone or overall health, and levels above 125 nmol/L (50 ng/mL) are probably too high. Levels of 50 nmol/L or above (20 ng/mL or above) are sufficient for most people. Vitamin D <25 nmol/L is considered deficient. The measured level of Vitamin D (< 25-hydroxyvitamin) in your blood sample is considered deficient. This could be due to lack of sun exposure and/or low dietary intake of food rich and fortified with Vitamin D. This situation can be improved if you take immediate action. Action: Choose foods that are rich in vitamin D. For example, choose fortified foods such as milk and yogurt and fatty fish such as salmon and halibut. Talk to your doctor about appropriate exposure to sunlight to get enough vitamin D, discuss your diet and whether a vitamin supplement might benefit you. Vitamin (D) results is "insufficient" which is lower than the normal range. Vitamin D 25 -60 nmol/L is considered insufficient. The measured level of Vitamin D (25-hydroxyvitamin) in your blood sample is considered insufficient. This could be due to lack of sun exposure and/or low dietary intake of food rich and fortified with Vitamin D. This situation can be improved if you take immediate action. Action: Choose foods that are rich in vitamin D. For example, choose fortified foods such as milk and yogurt and fatty fish such as salmon and halibut. Talk to your doctor about appropriate exposure to sunlight to get enough vitamin D, discuss your diet and whether a vitamin supplement might benefit you. Vitamin (D) results is "High" which is higher than the normal range. In general, levels below 30 nmol/L (12 ng/mL) are too low for bone or overall health, and levels above 125 nmol/L (50 ng/mL) are probably too high. Levels of 50 nmol/L or above (20 ng/mL or above) are sufficient for most people. Your creatinin value is higher than the normal range. Higher than normal level may be due to, blocked urinary tract, kidney problems, such as kidney damage or failure, infection, or reduced blood flow, loss of body fluid (dehydration), or muscle problems. Talk to your doctor about the meaning of your specific test results. The measurement of Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) - based on creatinine measurement is considered borderline. Talk to your doctor about the meaning of your specific test results. Your creatinin value is within the normal range. Normal value ranges may vary slightly among different laboratories. Some labs use different measurements or test different samples. Talk to your doctor about the meaning of your specific test results. Smoking is a major contributor to ill health. If you smoke you are putting yourself at risk of many serious medical problems such as heart attacks, stroke, asthma, respiratory illness and lung cancer. Stopping smoking is proven to be the best measure you can take to give yourself the chance of a healthy future. It will also benefit your family and community. There is help available to assist you in quitting but you must take immediate action. Well done for not smoking. Why not encourage your family and those around you to take your lead and stop smoking too. 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