Why has my HHS changed?
Why was body fat percentage added as a metric?
Why is blood pressure assessed?
Why is total cholesterol assessed?
Why does cholesterol form part of the HHS?
What about HDL?
Will a low HDL reading influence my HHS?
What if I'm not satisfied with the HDL reading?
Why is glucose assessed?
What about HbA1c?
Why does smoking status form part of the HHS?
Will vaping/electronic cigarettes/e-cigarettes, pipes, cigars and hubbly-bubbly be considered smoking?
Why are the normative ranges for male and female clients sometimes different?
What if a health professional disagrees with Multiply’s HHS ranges?
What does each variable’s category mean?
How should the HHS colours be interpreted?
Can a person that exercises regularly still have unacceptable values?
What if I am not happy with my estimated body fat percentage?
Why does Multiply not show the body fat percentage?
Will body fat percentage be calculated for a pregnant client?
Will a high cholesterol reading penalise a pregnant client or one that has given birth in the last six months?
How many points does a client earn for completing a health assessment?
How long is a health assessment valid for?
How many times a year should a health assessment be done?