By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC


Minerals are the nutrients that your body needs in order to properly function. About half the people who take a multivitamin still have a mineral imbalance. This is one of the reasons you should consider our vitamin and mineral test kit. Don’t waste your health and money on vitamins that aren’t working optimally in you. This test kit will let you know if you have a mineral imbalance, that way you can know exactly which nutrients your body needs.


The most common reasons people have a mineral imbalance are:
Not being able to absorb the minerals
Not getting enough fruits and vegetables, eating too much junk food
Food allergies or restricted diets
Interference with other supplements or medication
Difficulty digesting food

Whether you have too little or too many minerals or vitamins it can have a negative effect on your health. That’s why we are seeing more and more people opting for our vitamin and mineral test. Our vitamin and mineral test kits can help you make sure that you do not have a mineral imbalance and that you are only taking the supplements YOU need. Here are a couple of examples of mineral imbalances that are common with calcium and magnesium:

Calcium Deficiency Symptoms: anxiety, irritability, osteoporosis and tooth decay
Calcium Excess Symptoms: arthritis, constipation, depression, kidney stones and fatigue
Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms: high blood pressure, irregular heart beat, muscle spasms and seizures
Magnesium Excess Symptoms: confusion, diarrhea, fatigue, muscle weakness and low blood pressure

Those are just a few examples but you get the point, balance is everything!

Let our test kit help you know exactly what YOUR body needs!

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Medical disclaimer: Our vitamin and mineral test kit and all test kits cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.