Vitamin D Test

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A vitamin D test will tell you how much vitamin D you have in your body. If it turns out your vitamin D levels are low, you can then work on replenishing your vitamin D stores and start moving towards the healthiest version of you. A vitamin D test can help you to understand your body’s natural dips in energy so that you can start taking the right supplements to replenish any missing nutrients. Read More

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Nutrivitality Vitamin D Nutritional Deficiency Test

Vitamin D is responsible for building strong and healthy bones, and regulating many other cell functions. Vitamin D is a vital nutrient that many of us just aren’t getting enough of. During the winter months especially, vitamin D is scarce. The sun is a natural supplier of vitamin D, but with darker nights and mornings from October to March, we miss out on those all-important sun rays that produce vitamin D.

If you’ve been feeling less like yourself and think it could be down to a vitamin D deficiency, using a Nutrivitality vitamin D test kit will have the answers you’re looking for. Once you’ve taken the two-minute at-home vitamin D test, you return it to us and then receive a personalised analysis of your vitamin levels. We’ll also send guidance on what to do next to increase your vitamin D.

Surveys have shown that 1 in 6 adults do not have sufficient levels of vitamin D. Using a Nutrivitality vitamin D test removes the endless trial and error of taking various vitamins or using supplements that aren’t getting to the root of the problem. It’s a quick and effective vitamin deficiency test that could bring about a big change to your overall health and give you the boost you need each day. Learn more about nutrient testing with Nutrivitality.

What is measured?

Both vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 levels. 

Ensuring you have the correct vitamin D levels can help maintain a healthy immune system, maintain your teeth, bones, and muscular health and reduce inflammation.

Who is the test for?

Everyone. Some government data suggests that 1 in 6 adults in the UK could be deficient in vitamin D levels. It is especially common during autumn and winter months when there is less sunlight. 

Those most at risk of low vitamin D levels are vegans, vegetarians, those with darker skin, people with gut, kidney or liver issues/diseases, anyone over the age of 50, those with a poor diet, individuals that do not go outside much or are sedentary, athletes and anyone on medications or antibiotics. 

Product contains: DBS (dried blood sample) collection device, lancets, plasters, a resealable bag with desiccant, sample collection instructions and a prepaid return box.

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