I'd go with mandatory exercise prior to the workday (1/2 hour paid), and primal meal plans with no outside food allowed.
Really all test are simply downstream markers of lifestyle choice so why not just skip the middle man. That is if you are really interested in making your employees healthier. If your just interested in playing the same old risk management game just give em their test results and wish em luck.
I still vote non-cardiac CRP as a valid lab test for health risk.
C-RP, yes agreed.
Glycated Hemoglobin (HgbA(IC)),
Cardiac Risk Factors - a battery of Tests
25-OH Vitamin D-3
Alas, I can think of a lots more, these may not be a good choice.
At the Ancestral Health 2011 & 2 conference a talk was given on a new approach to medical insurance tests and care that is saving a lot of money. It was given by Rob Wolf. He has a web site, you can email or phone him for further information.
Carrying a woman up two flights of stairs
Running through a wall of ice
THOSE are health markers.
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Running through a wall of ice[/QUOTE]
Is that kind of a like running through a cornfield backwards? I hear you are in to that.
[QUOTE=not on the rug;1238114]Is that kind of a like running through a cornfield backwards? I hear you are in to that.[/QUOTE]
And my cover is blown.
[QUOTE=RichMahogany;1238123]And my cover is blown.[/QUOTE]
Haha... no jits today?
[QUOTE=not on the rug;1238132]Haha... no jits today?[/QUOTE]
1 PM. In the middle of light squats, bench press, deadlift, dips, and backwards cornfield running.
[QUOTE=RichMahogany;1238141]1 PM. In the middle of light squats, bench press, deadlift, dips, and backwards cornfield running.[/QUOTE]
Cool. I am working out the black ops 2 muscles right now, but plan on hitting a deadlift and pullup workout in a bit. Might as well. I might break out the kayak this afternoon if the weather holds