Vitamin D Home Blood Test

£11.99

Vitamin D Rapid Test

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Description

Our Vitamin D Home Blood Test measures Vitamin D levels in your blood. Our?test is?used to screen for low levels of vitamin D in your blood so you can treat it with a Vitamin D supplement or diet before it causes health problems. If you have symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency, a known bone disorder or a problem absorbing calcium, a vitamin D test may be used to see if a lack of vitamin D is causing your condition. If you would like to check your Vitamin D levels at home this test kit is perfect for you.

What it does?

Vitamin D Test Tells you if you’re low in Vitamin D.

Who is it for?

Young adults, elderly people and women all need to keep their vitamin D level in mind because they are at a higher risk.
Why would I want to do this test?

The MyBio? Vitamin D Test delivers a reliable, quick and clear answers to the question ?Have I low levels of Vitamin D?” in the privacy of their own home.

How does it work?

A full test kit is provided including a lancet device for finger-prick blood taking, an alcohol swab, pipette, buffer and test cartridge. Follow the instructions on the pack and ensure your hand is warm (this makes your blood flow more smoothly) before taking the test. The blood sample is then placed in the cartridge with the buffer to provide a sufficient – insufficent – deficient range.

The science

Why do we need Vitamin D? It regulates the amount of calcium and phosphate needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy.
Early Diagnosis – If you’re deficient and know it, you can take action. A vitamin D deficiency can severely impact your life, so it?s important that you get tested if you start to experience symptoms or are in a high-risk group.
Vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as a global epidemic.
Strong bones and muscles, mental fitness, prevention of osteoporosis and better athletic performance are just a few of the benefits that are linked to healthy vitamin D levels.

For a full blood test please see a practitioner who can refer you to a laboratory.?

Additional information

Weight 0.2 g
Dimensions 14 × 9 × 2.5 mm