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  • What’s included

Meet the first comprehensive test to monitor how alcohol impacts your brain health.

Measures 7 biomarkers across core health categories that are sensitive to alcohol at low and moderate levels of consumption.

Finger prick
sample collection

CLIA/CAP
accredited lab

Physician-reviewed results delivered to your Seek account

Custom care plan generated from your biomarker levels

Access to Seek’s community of women with similar drinking habits

Add-Ons

RECOMMENDED
+$48

Monitor for early indicators of breast cancer
*Up to one drink a day can increase a woman’s risk for breast cancer

+$28

Monitor how alcohol impacts your reproductive health
*Includes a deep analysis into fertility or menopause, depending on what matters to you

Who Seek’s test is for

  • Women who drink
    any amount of alcohol

    Whether you drink once a month, only on weekends or several times during the week

  • Women with
    alcohol-related symptoms

    Symptoms could be anything from brain fog, to digestive issues, to skin redness or irritation

  • Women who want to
    change their drinking habits

    You could be planning to run a marathon, have a baby, or prevent night sweats during menopause

What do I get with Seek’s Signature Alcohol Health Test?

1

Detailed analysis of your test results, including how your drinking habits can impact your health now and in the future

2

Custom care plan generated from your biomarker levels that’s easy to follow even if it’s your first time getting lab work

*Includes insights on specific drinks and other lifestyle factors that can impact symptoms to help you meet your goals faster

3

Actionable improvement timeline based on women with similar drinking habits and the most comprehensive research on alcohol and women’s health

4

Preventive health screening for early indicators of the top alcohol-related conditions, including heart disease and breast cancer

How It Works

  • Take a clinician-approved quiz

    Personalizes your test panel based
    on your drinking habits and health goals

  • Order a test and collect your sample

    Easy at-home testing and pre-paid
    shipping to CLIA/CAP accredited lab

  • Get your custom insights and care plan

    Delivered privately to your Seek account, where you can track your progress over time

Exploring the science behind alcohol health testing

11 biomarkers, 200+ studies, all focused on how alcohol impacts the female body differently

Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST)

An enzyme and marker of how alcohol impacts the liver. AST is a powerful biomarker that can detect early indicators of liver disease over a decade before a diagnosis. Levels can elevate if a woman consumes 2+ drinks daily or 14+ drinks weekly.

Cortisol

The body's main stress hormone that impacts everything from sleep, to mood, to focus and patience. Drinking can lead to higher cortisol levels over time, which means even if you haven't had a drink for a few days or a week, cortisol can remain elevated.

Weight gain, irritability and anxiety are all symptoms of high cortisol.

Estradiol

A hormone made naturally by the ovaries that impacts most areas of women's health. Drinking can elevate estradiol levels, which is why consuming as little as one drink a day increases a woman's risk for breast cancer.

High estradiol levels is one of the earliest indicators of breast cancer.

Homocysteine (HCY)

Alcohol can elevate HCY levels, which can cause brain fog, anxiety and trouble sleeping. It can also make us more likely to develop neurological conditions later in life. HCY can unlock information about how alcohol impacts health that often goes undetected in annual bloodwork.

Total Cholesterol

Drinking can elevate total cholesterol, especially in women with a family history. Total cholesterol is one of the most common biomarkers impacted by alcohol consumption, even in women who eat well and exercise regularly.

Triglycerides

A type of fat in the blood that doesn't have nutritional value. Drinking can elevate triglycerides, increasing risk of heart disease and stroke. Women are at higher risk than men. 8 or more drinks a week can increase a woman's risk for heart disease by up to 51% and binge drinking regularly can increase risk by up to 68%.

Vitamin D

A fat-soluble vitamin that helps the body absorb other nutrients, making it essential to gut microbiome health. Vitamin D can reduce inflammation and risk of multiple cancers, while promoting healthy energy levels, sleep and overall mood.

Drinking is one of the most common causes of low vitamin D levels and women are more susceptible to vitamin D deficiencies than men.

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)

A hormone used to measure a woman's ovarian reserve or egg count. Binge drinking (4+ drinks in one sitting) twice a week can lower AMH by more than 20%.

*Only tested with Reproductive Health Panel

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

A hormone released by the pituitary gland that can indicate menopause and perimenopause. FSH also impacts fertility by stimulating the growth of eggs in the ovaries. Alcohol can elevate FSH levels, increasing the likelihood of premature menopause and unpleasant symptoms. It can also indicate that a woman has a shorter window to become pregnant.

Progesterone

A hormone made naturally by the ovaries that prepares the body for pregnancy. Drinking can block progesterone production, even at low levels of consumption. This can make it more difficult to get pregnant and cause complications with pregnancy.

Low levels of progesterone can lead to higher levels of estradiol, increasing breast cancer risk.

*Only tested with Breast Cancer Panel

Testosterone

A hormone produced in a woman's ovaries in small amounts. Testosterone works with estradiol to support everything from reproductive health, to bone mass, to mental health.

As little as one drink a day can increase testosterone levels in the female body. High testosterone has been linked to an increased risk for breast cancer, especially in postmenopausal women.

*Only tested with Breast Cancer Panel

The state of alcohol-related care today

Seek empowers women with information about how alcohol impacts every area of health
without booking multiple specialist appointments, doing hundreds of hours of research and spending thousands of dollars on medical bills.

Our care plans are generated based on your biomarker levels and real-world datasets on alcohol and women's health so you can be an active partner in conversations with your doctor
and come to appointments with insights you can't get anywhere else.

Alcohol-related...
Traditional healthcare
Health testing cost

$1,800+ per test

$134 per test

Preventive screenings

2.5% of US patients screened

100% of women screened

Health specialists

0.2% of US clinicians

100% of clinicians + coaches

Health insights

Doesn’t focus on alcohol-related conditions until symptoms are severe

100% of women get custom health insights, with or without symptoms

Communities for women

Sobriety-focused or
not designed for women

Made for all women who drink
alcohol with various health goals

Clinical research

Less than 1% of US resources
go to clinical research on alcohol

100% of research focuses on
how alcohol impacts women’s health

Closing the gender gap on alcohol and women’s health

Women metabolize alcohol differently than men because of how we’re made physiologically. This makes us more susceptible to alcohol-related conditions across every health category.

35% more women are dying from alcohol-related conditions than ever in history. Research on how alcohol impacts the female body is minimal, especially since women were excluded from clinical research until 1993.

When you unlock your Seek test, we’ll give you the option to share your anonymized results for IRB-approved research focused on advancing solutions for the top alcohol-related conditions that impact women.

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