Essential Vitamins


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What’s tested

  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin B9 (Folate)
  • Vitamin B12

What is an essential vitamins test?

Our Essential Vitamins test includes three key vitamins for health and wellbeing. Vitamin B12 is important for red blood cell production and preventing cardiovascular diseases, it cannot be produced by our body and is found naturally in our food. Folate, also known as Vitamin B9 or folic acid, is important for making DNA and proteins in your body, as well as producing energy needed for physical activity. Vitamin D is vital for bone health, muscle function, immune modulation, protection against chronic diseases and increased athletic performance. Most of the vitamin D we need is produced in the skin when exposed to sunlight, and some can be absorbed through our diet.

You should take this test if you think you might be deficient in one of these vitamins or you want to monitor the effects of a healthy lifestyle.

What is included

  • A finger prick kit and vials for blood collection
  • A clear set of instructions
  • A pre-paid, self-adhesive shipping label
  • Results from an accredited lab within 3 days of receipt
  • Access to your own online dashboard to view your detailed results

Expert insights:

What supplements should you be taking?

Updates in technology have empowered us towards improved evidence-based personalised health, helping us tailor our medicine, dietary nutrition, lifestyle, and the supplements we take, to our own physical and mental needs. This can help prevent key vitamin and mineral deficiencies and toxicities and prevent the under and over-consumption that leads to poor health.

In our latest article, we explore how you can improve your mental and physical health based on your own personal biochemical evidence and ensure you reach your optimum health capacity.

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The disclaimer provides that such science based information provide here is merely information – not advice. If users need medical advice, they should consult a doctor or other appropriate medical professional.