The white blood count is a test that looks at the number and types of white blood cells.
This test requires a blood draw, which can be done at your local clinic. An accredited lab, such as Karolinska, Aleris, or Unilabs will analyse the test. The first results are usually available within 48 hours.
What happens next?
The lab sends the results to your personal dashboard. If results are abnormal, we recommend seeing a doctor and, if appropriate, booking an appointment with a Nordic Wellth nutrition lifestyle specialist.
You may need to make lifestyle and dietary changes.