By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
I eat healthily, shouldn’t my vitamin and mineral levels be good?
I need to eat better, how can I find out which vitamins and minerals my body is lacking?
I eat all organic foods and keep the inflammatory foods low in my diet, so shouldn’t a good multi vitamin/mineral supplement be enough?
I cannot get my kids to eat healthily but I do not want to give them vitamins they do not need.
I do not like greens, are my vitamin and mineral levels really being affected?
I have certain symptoms, can they be from a vitamin or mineral deficiency?
I get so confused shopping online for vitamins or going into a vitamin store. How can I find out what vitamins and minerals I need?
These are all great questions which we hear almost daily from people all over the country! People want to know exactly what their body needs in relation to themselves, not what a vitamin salesperson says or not what their neighbor or friend needs. Many people call up asking, “what will a vitamin, mineral test tell me and will it provide me with the answers I need?”
Our test DOES answer all of the questions listed above and more! People need to know if their diet is good enough as far as getting the right vitamins and minerals for their body and their needs. Sometimes a good multivitamin and mineral supplement is all a person needs, but many times it is not. Many of the protocols I write based on the test results will state a particular multi but, it will also list supplements based on your deficiencies which are identified in the test.
Our vitamin and mineral blood test is an intra-cellular test – it tells you exactly which vitamins and minerals are working in YOUR body FOR YOU and which are NOT.
So, what can a good vitamin and mineral test tell me you ask? It can tell you A LOT!
With every test result, you get the lab analysis plus a personalized protocol that is easy to read and understand.
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Medical disclaimer: Our 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.