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Science Behind Vivoo

Trust in Vivoo to illuminate the path to your personal wellness goals, because when it comes to your health, knowledge is not just power—it's transformation.

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What Does a Vivoo Urine Test Do?

At Vivoo, we go beyond traditional wellness methods to 'unlock the secrets within,' offering a personalized journey towards health that listens to the unique whispers of your body. With our pioneering at-home urine test and mobile application, we provide the keys to empower individuals to take control of their wellness, making the understanding of one's body accessible, insightful, and transformative. 

Experience the power of understanding your own well-being with Vivoo urine tests. Our urine tests analyze your data and empower you to take control of your well-being from the comfort of your home. We combine the accuracy of a comprehensive urinalysis with the latest image processing tech – just pee on the test, scan it, and upload it to the App.

Vivoo gives real-time data on 9 wellness parameters:


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Why Track Ketones?
  • Monitoring Ketosis
  • Optimize Ketone Levels
  • Support Weight Management
  • Evaluating Nutritional Status
  • Evaluating Diet Efficiency


Vivoo’s pH test measures the acidity and alkalinity of your urine. It can act as an indicator of your dietary acid-base load, or the balance of acid- and alkaline-inducing foods, and help track your intake of fruits, vegetables, and meats.

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Why Track Urine pH?
  • Promoting Balanced Nutrition
  • Analyzing Dietary Habits
  • Assessing Diet Effects

Water (Specific Gravity)

Vivoo’s Water (Specific Gravity) test help you understand how hydrated your body is and your hydration status.

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Why Track Water Levels?
  • Assessing Hydration Status
  • Identifying Dehydration
  • Determine Optimal Hydration Levels
  • Avoid Overhydration


Vivoo's protein test analyzes the presence of protein in your urine. Vivoo’s at-home urine test strips offer a convenient, straightforward, and fuss-free way for you to check on your urinary protein levels anytime and anywhere.

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Conditions that can cause a temporary increase in protein levels include:
  • High temperatures (hot or cold)
  • Emotional stress
  • Fever
  • Dehydration


Vivoo’s Calcium test checks your urine for the calcium-to-creatinine ratio. Tracking your urine calcium levels is important. This is because both high and low levels can negatively affect your well-being.

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Why Track Calcium Levels?
  • Assessing Calcium Status
  • Detecting Inadequate Calcium Intake
  • Evaluating the Efficacy of Supplements
  • Guiding Dietary Choices
  • Promoting Overall Wellness


Vivoo's Magnesium test measures the magnesium-to-creatinine ratio in your urine. Ensuring that you’re meeting your daily magnesium requirements is of paramount importance.

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Why Track Magnesium Levels?
  • Assessing Magnesium Status
  • Detecting Inadequate Magnesium Intake
  • Supporting Athletic Performance
  • Evaluating Magnesium Supplementation
  • Supporting Sleep Quality

Vitamin C

Vivoo's Vitamin C test measures Vitamin C in your urine. It is crucial to perform a urine test and monitor the level of vitamin C to prevent adverse negative effects resulting from inadequate or excessive vitamin C intake.

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Why Track Vitamin C Levels?
  • Assessing Dietary Intake
  • Managing Vitamin C Deficiency
  • Supporting Immune Function
  • Evaluating Vitamin C Balance
  • Supporting Optimal Wellness


Vivoo's Sodium test measures sodium in urine. While sodium is normally found in urine, the amount can change based on several factors, including your diet and how much fluid you drink.

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Why Track Sodium?
  • Assessing Sodium Intake
  • Determining Optimal Sodium Levels
  • Detecting Excessive Sodium Intake
  • Identifying Causes of Low Sodium Levels
  • Regulating Blood Pressure
  • Regulating Nerve and Muscle Function

Oxidative Stress

Vivoo's Oxidative Stress test lets you check your urine to see your oxidative stress levels.

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Why Track Your Oxidative Stress?
  • Evaluating Oxidative Stress
  • Implementing Lifestyle Changes
  • Maintaining Balance
  • Promoting Antioxidant Defense



Water (Specific Gravity)




Vitamin C


Oxidative Stress

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Vivoo Wellness Score System

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Complete the Vivoo urine test and be amazed at the results!

The Vivoo App calculates an overall wellness score for users to gain a better understanding of their health. Vivoo assesses nine wellness parameters to determine the overall score, taking into account existing data from users about their physical condition, habits, and activity levels.

For each individual parameter, the scoring system may differ slightly from the overall score. It is normal for some parameters measured by Vivoo to be high in the urine, while others are expected to be found at lower rates. Vivoo's machine learning system then evaluates these results with predetermined thresholds based on scientific research to produce a parameter score for the user.

Get ready to feel empowered as you discover your unique wellness score!

Vivoo Advice Structure

At Vivoo, we allow you to take control of your wellness journey!

Our science-backed nutritional recommendations are tailored according to your urinalysis results, history of chronic diseases, dietary habits, lifestyle, and wellness goals.

We've drawn on:

7500 +

scientific references and invested

11000 +

hours designing the recommendation decision trees

So you can trust that you're receiving advice rooted in credible, accurate evidence. What's more, all the advice you receive is written and fact-checked by qualified dietitians, nutritionists, and doctors.

For example, when you get your Magnesium wellness score, your advice is shown according to your process and the data alongside the personal info you've provided. Then, the most suitable advice is selected from our comprehensive App database.

Our Team

Senior Nutrition Specialist and Requirement Analyst

Esra Kozan

Esra is an experienced dietitian holding a bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She is currently furthering a postgraduate education in health informatics master degree at University of Health Sciences.

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Head of Wellness

Murat Koç

Murat is an experienced clinical dietitian with previous experience across various roles.

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Senior R&D Engineer

Haluk Çelik

Haluk holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics and Bioengineering from Istanbul Bilgi University, followed by a Master of Science in Molecular Biology and Genetics from Istanbul University.

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Head of R&D

Balım Bengisu Caf

Balim first obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Bioengineering from Yildiz Tecnical University and continued her education when she earned her Master of Science in Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering from the same institution.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you passed the home urine test, will you pass the lab urine test too?

Please keep in mind that even within the same day, urine composition can vary. Minor fluctuations are a natural part of our body's continuous changes.

The Vivoo urine test is not intended for diagnosing diseases or other conditions. It should not be used to determine the state of user health for curing, mitigating, treating, or preventing any disease or any of its symptoms.

Are home urine tests reliable?

Home urine tests can be reliable for certain purposes, but their accuracy depends on several factors, including the type of test, the quality of the test kit, and how well the test is conducted.

It's crucial to follow the instructions provided with each specific home urine test kit carefully. Factors that can affect the accuracy of these tests include the timing of the test, the handling of the sample, and the quality of the test kit. In some cases, confirmation through professional laboratory testing may be necessary, especially for critical medical diagnoses.

In our detailed accuracy study, we put the Vivoo system and traditional lab methods in a showdown using artificial urine samples. Our goal was to see how well Vivoo could measure various health parameters. We really rolled up our sleeves and analyzed a whopping 2,618 strips to get the full picture.

Here's the exciting part: When we set a rule that the measurements had to be within one color block of each other, we found that 2,608 out of 2,618 measurements from Vivoo were right on the money. That's a success rate of 99.62% ± 0.24%!

So, to put it simply,  ​​we can proudly say that  Vivoo is a dependable and high-performing wellness tool. It meets all the criteria for both reliability and performance.

If you have concerns about your health or need a definitive diagnosis, it's always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional.

What should you avoid before taking a Vivoo urine test?

Vivoo urine tests are designed to provide insights into your wellness based on the analysis of your urine. While the specific instructions may vary depending on the type of Vivoo test you are taking, here are some general guidelines to follow before taking a Vivoo urine test:

  • Do not use strips after the expiration date
  • Urine strips are intended for single use only
  • Used urine strips should be discarded after testing
  • Discard any discolored strips that may have deteriorated

It's essential to read and adhere to the instructions provided with your Vivoo test screen carefully. If you have any doubts or questions about the test preparation, consult Vivoo's customer support for guidance. Following the recommended guidelines will help ensure the accuracy and reliability of the test results.

How do you make a urine sample?

To easily collect a urine sample, first, wash your hands well. Pee into the toilet for a second or two, and while you're going, position the strip under the stream to catch the urine mid-stream. 

Do not exceed 2-3 seconds of urination on the strip. Once you've got enough, finish peeing in the toilet. After urination, allow the strip to absorb the urine for 90 seconds. A timer is conveniently displayed on the test screen.

What time of day is best to do a urine test?

You can take a Vivoo urine test at any time; there's no wrong moment. While Vivoo isn't intended for diagnosis, you have the flexibility to test whenever convenient. However, for optimal results, we recommend testing during your first or second urination after waking up. Keep in mind that the initial urination is often denser, and this can impact the results. For those incorporating regular Vivoo tests into their routine, we advise testing at approximately the same time each week.

Is there a mobile app for urine tests?

Yes, there is. Vivoo is a wellness app that offers personalized insights based on the analysis of urine test strips. While it's not a replacement for a comprehensive medical urine test performed in a laboratory, Vivoo provides users with some valuable information about their 9 wellness parameters including, water, urine pH, ketones, calcium, protein, magnesium, sodium, vitamin C and other factors based on the color and chemical reactions of the test strips.

How do you get a perfect urine test?

Getting a "perfect" urine test result typically means that your urine sample meets the specific requirements and criteria set by the company or your healthcare provider. Remember that the specific requirements for a "perfect" urine test can widely vary depending on the purpose of the test. That’s why you should follow instructions carefully.