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Vitamin Profile

Vitamin Profile

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Vitamin Profile

Discover your essential nutrient levels with our Comprehensive Vitamin Profile. This profile examines your levels of vitamin D, vitamin B12, and folate, crucial elements vital for both your physical vitality and mental wellbeing.

For individuals adhering to a plant-based diet, this profile monitors vitamin B12 levels, essential for sustaining energy and overall health. Deficiencies in folate and vitamin B12 can lead to significant impacts on your blood health and overall vitality.

In the UK, where sunlight exposure can be limited, ensuring optimal vitamin D levels is paramount. Towards the end of winter, up to a quarter of the population experience low vitamin D levels. Low levels can result in a wide range of health issues, such as depression, fatigue, and pain in the muscles and bones.

Test Specifics

Analysis of 3 essential biomarkers: Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Folate (Vitamin B9)


This test only requires a quick finger-prick blood sample, which you can collect at home in comfort. Take your blood sample, register for the test, and then send it back to our lab using the Royal Mail 1st Class Tracked envelope that is provided in the box.


You will receive a comprehensive report by email that includes the results of all your important biomarkers and illustrates how they compare to typical reference ranges. Our internal general practitioners (GPs) analyse all of our test results and flag anything that may require additional testing or follow-up care with a physician. **

*Samples will be processed on the day they arrive in our laboratory, so the
time it takes to get your results back to you is dependent on Royal Mail.

**It is important to note that blood tests alone are not a substitute for seeing a doctor, particularly if you have any symptoms. You should not make a diagnosis or start any treatment without a consultation with a doctor or suitably trained healthcare professional.