Essential Vitamin and Minerals Blood Test

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies are common and symptoms can be vague. This comprehensive blood test checks your essential vitamin and mineral levels.

You can either arrange your own venous blood draw or visit one of our partner clinics to have your blood taken. You'll receive a doctor's report going through your vitamin and mineral test results with recommendations on any actions to take.

  • Results and doctor's report in 4 days or less
  • Free, next-working day delivery
  • Includes zinc, magnesium and selenium

£210.00


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Dr Claire Merrifield

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP, PhD and our Medical Director

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What you need to know about our Essential Vitamin and Minerals Blood Test

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Dr Claire Merrifield

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP, PhD and our Medical Director

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies are common but may not cause any symptoms or cause vague problems like tiredness. Deficiencies are more common if you follow any dietary restrictions, such as a plant-based or gluten-free diet. This comprehensive blood test checks for the commonest vitamiin and mineral deficiencies and includes the trace mineral magnesium, selenium and zinc.

What are the symptoms of vitamin and mineral deficiency?

You can often have mild vitamin and mineral deficiencies that go unoticed because they don't cause obvious symptoms. Any symptoms you do get will depend exactly what vitamin or mineral you're deficient in.

Some common symptoms of vitamin or mineral deficiency include:

  • tiredness and fatigue
  • repeated infections
  • muscle cramps or weakness
  • low bone density (osteoporosis)
  • hair loss
  • weight loss
  • anaemia (low haemoglobin)
  • diarrhoea
  • tingling and numbness
  • irregular periods

What's tested in your Essential Vitamin and Minerals Blood Test?

  • Essential Minerals

    Check the levels of a comprehensive selection of essential minerals including iron, zinc, selenium, magnesium and calcium.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?

  • Essential Vitamins

    Folate (B9), vitamin B12 and vitamin D are three of the commonest vitamin deficiencies.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?


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