By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC

vitamin deficiency test kitMany people take a daily vitamin, sometimes called a One-A-Day, but is it really delivering all the vitamins and minerals your body needs to maintain a healthy body and mind? Most likely it’s not enough, but a vitamin deficiency test kit can help you determine what you’re lacking, both from your diet and supplements you may be taking. Studies have shown that 50% of people taking a multi-vitamin are still functionally deficient in essential nutrients that are vital to long term health.

“But I eat a healthy, well-rounded diet, and I take all kinds of vitamins that my friends and family said have worked wonders for them. Why don’t they work for me? “ Sound familiar? No two people are alike, and how your body absorbs vitamins and minerals is no exception to this rule. What works for your neighbor or your mom may not help you at all, and can even cause harm.

“How do I know what to take and what not to take? “ That seems to be the main vitamin supplement question we hear. That’s where a vitamin deficiency test kit comes in. Once you order the test from us we will mail it to you and direct you to the nearest lab to have the blood drawn. The results are available in about 4 weeks and you’ll know what your body needs for vitamins and minerals going forward. Your body can go for months, even years, without showing symptoms of a vitamin deficiency, so the earlier you take this test, the better!

Once your body is given the vitamins and minerals it truly needs, your quality of life can be improved and disease prevention can be supported and achieved.

We care about you and are here to help you get to the bottom of your vitamin deficiencies.

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Medical disclaimer: Tests 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.