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Free Health MOTs to be offered in Nottingham city centre

Feeling a bit run down, want to get in shape for summer or just want to find out more about your inner health?

You can find out more with a free blood test from Medichecks, who are testing Nottingham’s residents’ cholesterol and blood glucose levels on Thursday 14th June.

You won’t need to hang around long as they are providing the results instantly at the Gym Group Nottingham (14 Trinity Square, Nottingham NG1 4AF) free, just turn up from 3pm-8pm.

You will be able to talk through your results with Medichecks’ doctors who are experts in sports and nutrition – and it’s open to members of the public.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]The free tests marks the launch of a new collaboration between Medichecks and The Gym Group where a range of Fitness checks will be available in The Gym Group.[/perfectpullquote]

The tests are designed for anyone interested in becoming more healthy or improving their fitness. It measures a number of essential health markers such as cholesterol and blood sugar, as well as more comprehensive markers that affect fitness ability, including iron, Vitamin D and hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.

In addition, The Gym Group is offering members of the public a free day gym pass at the Nottingham branch with the code MEDIFREEDAY.

Helen Marsden, Founder of Medichecks said, “We want more people to become more informed and empowered to take control of their own health. If you want to get a complete picture of your health then a blood test is really the only answer.

“It is easy for anyone to quickly, conveniently and accurately find out more about what’s going on inside their body. Getting fit, losing weight, feeling healthier – it’s all in your blood.

“Many of us work long days, eat a stodgy sandwich for lunch and have far busier lives than our parents had – but you can quickly see how your diet, exercise and lifestyle is affecting your health with a simple blood test– and often there are little things that you can do – such as taking certain vitamins, eating something different or getting regular sleep that will improve your health for the better.

“We’ve seen a rising demand from both men and women wanting to take control and manage their own health– and we think it’s really important that we continue to ensure that our lifestyle and health tests are affordable, easy to use and available to everyone.”