What are we testing for in urine?
Our urine test measures your near-term exposure for bisphenol-A (BPA) and phthalates through their metabolites.
The levels detected in urine are typically indicative of exposure in the 24-48 hours prior to collecting the sample. While your urinary BPA level reflects short-term exposure, it is also likely an indicator of daily habits including diet, choices of consumer products and lifestyle.
What can we tell you?
In addition to the level of BPA and phthalate metabolites found in your urine sample, we tell you how your level compares to that of other people. We also provide you with curated information on common sources of exposure, the latest scientific findings on these chemicals and personalized lifestyle recommendations for minimizing your exposure.
What can I do with this information?
What you measure, you can change.
Knowing your own exposure level contextualized and personalized with other information is a practical way for understanding how everyday choices of products, food and environment are impacting your health.