Meet Vessel, the in-home wellness tracker that instantly and accurately uncovers what your body really needs.
How it works
It’s like a team of nutritionists and doctors in your
pocket, to help you feel better.
Simply pee on the test strip, wait three minutes, then scan it using the Vessel app to receive your results and recommendations.
Instantly review your test results and understand what food, supplement and lifestyle changes will have the biggest impact.
Watch your levels improve along with your sleep, energy, and more. It’s never been easier to take control of your wellness.
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Within just days, I felt less tired and felt my health improving.
Spoiler: it makes quite a lot of difference.
The test cards were able to record almost exact nutrient levels, at times outperforming other FDA-approved devices.
An easy way to keep tabs on what your body needs.
Vessel bypasses the agonizing process (doctor visit) by giving you a lab in your house.
All it takes is a 2-minute urine test for a personalized wellness score with a tailored plan.
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Let us show you the way to optimize your body and your mind.
Take the guesswork out of your health. Vessel tests essential health metrics like nutrition, hydration, and stress levels to help you feel, look, and perform better
Then, pick the food you'll actually eat and have it delivered in a couple of hours.
We use your Vessel test results and a questionnaire around your goals and issues to get you the most accurate supplement recommendations. Vessel fuel puts that formula into a capsule, custom-made for you.
Stay hydrated and reduce stress. No more guessing games about how much water to drink. We'll show you what your body needs, and if your cortisol levels are off, we can help with that too.
Wellness coaching included
Your team of certified nutritionists can help answer questions and build a plan for better sleep, more energy, improved mood and more.
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When you measure a standard control solution in many different labs and calculate the average test result, repeated test results stay within 5-10% of the average (relative standard deviation between 5-10%).
The Vessel app reports results in 3 different ranges: low, good, high. Based on data from a third-party accuracy validation study where each test was evaluated with synthetic urine at 6 different levels, the Vessel app reported results in the correct range 92.33% of the time on average. Learn more
See if your levels are improving every 3 months to 1 year.
See if your levels are improving daily, weekly, or monthly.
Uses reagents that change color (colorimetric), ion-selective electrodes, and spectrometry.
Uses reagents that change color (colorimetric) and lateral flow assays.
Expensive equipment such as plate readers, mass spectrometers, and chemistry analyzers.
Your phone + Vessel App + Vessel Wellness Test Card
Doctor's visit, driving, waiting rooms, and needles.
Test at home, scan with your phone.
Vessel's tests can help with sleep, mood, energy and more—all backed by peer reviewed research studies.
Healthy Immune System and Vitamin C?
Magnesium and Body
The scientific studies showcasing the links between Magnesium and Body .
Zinc, magnesium, vitamins C and E deficiency were risk factors of higher body per cent and central obesity. It is possible that some Indian men can benefit by increased intake of zinc, magnesium, vitamin C and vitamin E in conjunction with lifestyle changes.
The results suggest that magnesium intake is associated with lower BMI, WC (waist circumference) and serum glucose in Mexican population.
This study found that giving the same dose and form of magnesium to people with low magnesium levels (below 1.8 mg/dL) and metabolic syndrome, which is a combination of high blood pressure and blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and low HDL-c. After four months, only 48% of those given magnesium had metabolic syndrome compared to 77.5% of those given placebo. The treated group experienced significantly greater improvements in blood pressure, fasting glucose, and triglycerides
A 2015 analysis of data from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 2001-2010) in 9,148 adults (mean age, 50 years) found a 32% lower risk of metabolic syndrome in those in the highest versus lowest quantile of magnesium intake (≥355 mg/day versus <197 mg/day)
Findings from the present meta-analysis suggest that dietary magnesium intake is inversely associated with the prevalence of metabolic syndrome
This dose-response meta-analysis indicates that dietary magnesium intake is significantly and inversely associated with the risk of metabolic syndrome.
The present systematic review and meta-analysis found an inverse association between Mg intake and MetS (metabolic syndrome).
Moreover, lower serum magnesium concentrations have been reported in individuals with metabolic syndrome compared to controls
In a study of elderly men and women aged 70-79 years, magnesium intake from food and supplements was associated with a significant increase in bone mineral density (BMD) in white men and women, but not in black men and women. Most people in this study did not have adequate magnesium intake. In white women, getting the recommended amount of 320 mg daily of magnesium was associated with a 2% higher BMD compared to intakes 220 mg or lower. Similarly, in men, intake meeting the recommended amount of 420 mg daily were associated with a 1% higher BMD compared intakes of 320 mg or lower
This review provides an extensive and comprehensive overview of Mg(2+) research over the last few decades, focusing on the regulation of Mg(2+) homeostasis in the intestine, kidney, and bone and disturbances which may result in hypomagnesemia.
Here, we summarize how optimal magnesium and vitamin D balance improve health outcomes in the elderly, the role of magnesium and vitamin D on bone formation, and the implications of widespread deficiency of these factors in the United States and worldwide, particularly in the elderly population.
Higher intake of magnesium (from a combination of food and, if used, supplements) was shown to reduce the risk of bone fracture among older men and women (average age 61) in a study in the U.S. Participants recorded their magnesium intakes and their outcomes were followed for 8 years. Those who reported the highest intakes of magnesium (averaging 491 mg/day for men and 454 mg/day for women) also reported the fewest fractures over the follow-up period. The risk of fracture was 53% and 62% lower, respectively, among men and women with the highest intakes compared to those with the lowest intakes (205 mg/day for men and 190 mg/day for women). It was found that women meeting the RDA for magnesium (350 mg) had a 27% lower risk of fracture than those not meeting the RDA, although no such association was found for men (RDA of 420 mg).
This study found an association between higher dietary magnesium intake and bone density.
This study found that high-normal magnesium levels were associated with a lower risk of hip fracture in a subgroup of patients with kidney disease.
Our study suggests that dietary magnesium may play a role in musculoskeletal health and has relevance for population prevention strategies for sarcopenia, osteoporosis, and fractures.
Vessel is working with some of the best doctors, nutritionists, and scientists to create these test cards and personalized plans to help you feel and perform your best.
David Larson, MD
Chief medical officer and integrative medicine physician, double board-certified in family medicine and psychiatry.
Maryam Soltani, MD, PhD
Medical research advisor and head of a residential substance abuse and treatment program at the VA, San Diego.
Linda Illingwoth, RD
Nutritional advisor and registered dietitian specializing in function nutrition with a food-first approach to health.
Mona Ezzat-Velinov, MD
Medical advisor, board-certified in family medicine and integrative medicine. Active in her own private practice and corporate health.
Heather Sandison, ND
Natural medicine advisor and board-certified naturopathic physician in private practice specializing in neurocognitive medicine and neurohacking.
Mike Moreno, MD
Medical advisor, board-certified family medicine physician, and wellness author.
Nadia Mistry, ND
Natural medicine advisor and naturopathic physician specializing in holistic treatments for women and children.
Paula Sturm, RDN, FMN, CFSP
Nutrition advisor and registered dietitian with additional expertise in functional and genomic medicine.
Jesus Gonzalez, MD
Chief scientist at Vessel.
What members are saying
AppStore and Trust Pilot
After using Vessel I definitely feel more energy now.
A member from Alexandria, VA
Vessel makes it simple and easy to know that I'm doing the right things to become healthier and stronger.
Founder Bullet Proof, 3x NYT best-selling author
I'm seeing hair loss slowing down, I'm seeing my skin getting better, those are all things that Vessel testing brings awareness to.
A member from Grove City, OH
Vessel aligns perfectly with the message I want to put out and what I want to put my energy behind.
11x surfing world champion
I've started taking the extra magnesium and in the last couple of days, I've slept better.
A member from Orange, CA
Actual stats on what my body needs, all without seeing a doctor or getting blood drawn, I'm in!
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